written by Nina Shantel, blog: RealDietHelp.com, published October 28, 2022
There are some unusual holidays in November. I was happy to see that November 1st is World Vegan Day, but that date is also shared with National Calzone Day. Calzones are pizzas topped with cheese, cured meats and veggies. To comply with both holidays, ask for a cheese-less Calzone with veggies.
National Sandwich Day is the third.
The fourth is Use Your Commonsense Day. Shouldn’t that be every day?
The 4th is also National Candy Day so I’m not sure what to do with the candy.
The 5th is National Redhead Day. Do I send a card?
The eighth is National Dunce Day. There are a bunch of people’s faces I would like to attach to this day, but I will resist the temptation.
The 14th is National Pickle Day. I wonder if more people play pickleball on Nov 14th.
The 17th is National Unfriend Day and National Take a Hike Day, that’s appropriate.
The 18th is Use Less Stuff Day and Mickey Mouse Day, but I don’t know how to dress up like Mickey without the useless ears.
The 21st is Old Socks Day. Am I supposed to throw out old socks or clean with them?
The 25th is Black Friday and Buy Nothing Day. I guess I’ll buy new socks and more stuff I don’t need on the 24th.
The 30th is National Personal Space Day, which should be every day, thanks to COVID-19. Too bad every day isn’t World Vegan Day
Information obtained by Jim Vitello’s, Real Estate Agent, monthly calendar
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