Jan 31 – National Hot Chocolate Day
There’s nothing quite like a cup of hot chocolate on a cold winter day. January 31 is National Hot Chocolate Day, and what better way to celebrate than by enjoying a delicious cup of this rich, chocolatey beverage. Whether you like your hot chocolate with marshmallows, whipped cream, or just a sprinkle of cinnamon, there’s no wrong way to enjoy this winter treat. So cozy up with a mug of hot chocolate and enjoy the winter weather
Jan 30 – Draw a Dinosaur Day
January 30 is a day to celebrate one of the most popular and well-loved animals in the world – the dinosaur! This day is about getting out your crayons and markers and creating your own mighty dinosaur. Whether you choose to make a ferocious velociraptor or a hulking T-rex, make sure to have fun with it! Don’t forget to add some personality to your dinosaur – after all, they’re your creation!
Jan. 29 – Curmudgeon’s Day
January 29 is Curmudgeon’s Day. It is celebrated in honor of all the cranky and fussy people in our lives. It’s a day to laugh at the grumpy old man down the street and to enjoy the company of our own personal curmudgeons. Whether they’re family members, friends, or acquaintances, we all have someone in our lives who grumbles a bit too much. On this day, we celebrate their quirks and enjoy their company. After all, life would be a lot less interesting without them!
Jan. 28 – National Kazoo Day
National Kazoo Day is celebrated on January 28th each year.
Invented in the early 1840s, the kazoo is a simple musical instrument that anyone can play. All you need is a length of a hollow tube with a membrane stretched across one end. When you hum into the kazoo, the vibration of your voice causes the membrane to vibrate and create a unique buzzing sound. Don’t have a kazoo for today? Grab a comb or an empty toilet paper tube and wax paper!
Jan. 27 – Chocolate Cake Day
Dear Chocolate Cake,
You’re the best. There’s no cake that can compare to your deliciousness. Whether you’re layered, bundt, fluffy, mousse-y, or decadent, We love you all the same.
Your special day may only come once a year on January 27th, but you’re the reason we know what happiness tastes like. Whether it’s a birthday or a special valentine, you always know how to celebrate in style. You are always there for us when we need a pick-me-up, and you never let us down. You are the one food that we can always count on, no matter what.
Thank you for always being there for us!
Jan. 26 – Toad Hollow Day
We celebrate Toad Hollow Day of Encouragement on January 26 every year.
In a world that can often feel harsh and cold, it’s so important to have days where we can come together and celebrate compassion and kindness. Toad Hollow Day of Encouragement is definitely one of those days. So today, let us encourage one another to be the best that we can be. Let’s celebrate our uniquely special qualities and lift each other up. and remember that we are all connected and that we are all in this together. We are reminded that no one is perfect and that we all have something to offer. Toad Hollow Day is a day to celebrate life, love, and happiness.
Jan. 25 – Opposite Day
January 25 is Opposite Day! This means that everything you say or do today is the opposite of what you say. So have some fun with it. By declaring today is opposite day it is not, in fact, opposite day because the opposite of opposite day is a normal day. So is it actually the opposite day? Be as silly as you can and enjoy this wacky day!
Jan.24 – Belly Laugh Day
Belly Laugh Day is on January 24th and it’s a day to let loose and have some fun. Laughter is the best medicine, so let’s all take a break from our stress and worries and just enjoy some good old fashion laughter. It’s also a great way to Bond with friends and family. So go ahead, make someone laugh today!
Jan. 23 – Pie Day
Pie is a delicious dessert that can be enjoyed any time of year, but National Pie Day on January 23rd is the perfect excuse to indulge in this tasty treat! There are so many different kinds of pies to choose from, from fruit pies to cream pies to savory pies, so there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Whether you bake your own pies or pick them up from your local bakery, make sure to celebrate National Pie Day with a slice (or two!) of your favorite pie