Roses Speak Today – Juliana Frances

Roses Speak Today

Weed Appreciation Day

Weed Appreciation Day

Weed Appreciation Day is specially dedicated to observing and learning more about weeds. Weeds can either be foes or friends. Even roses benefit with a carpet of weeds as their roots intermingle advantageously together. Look at the bigger picture of things, and appreciate the true importance of weeds, that is supporting and nourishing life on Earth.

Celebrate Exchange Day

Celebrate Exchange Day

Volunteer work is a great way to Celebrate Exchange Day, as essentially it provides a sense of purpose. Being of service to the community through exchanging ideas and volunteer work for the greater good.

Solitude Day

Solitude Day
Solitude Day is the perfect day to take some time off to be by yourself when we celebrate being alone. Spending time alone allows you to invite silence and relaxation in your mind, body, and soul with less distraction to process your thoughts enjoying some good quality alone time.

Tolkien Reading Day

Tolkien Reading Day

To all you J.R.R. Tolkien fans our there, today we’re celebrating Tolkien Reading Day. Today is all about reading and discussing your favorite works from J.R.R. Tolkien with other fans or through social media. Exchange ideas with other fans, use hashtags and fall in love with Tolkien’s works once again. The big question is: what are you going to read from his books today?

International Day for Achievers

International Day for Achievers
International Day for Achievers is the perfect day to take a step back and look at your life experiences, and how much you’ve learned from them to be the person you are today. Give acknowledgment for all the outstanding discoveries, breakthrough inventions, and amazing innovations to those who have changed the world for the better. Happy International Day for Achievers and congratulations on all your achievements so far! 

World Meteorological Day

World Meteorological Day

What we all can do on World Meteorological Day is to bring awareness to the weather changes that are affecting the freshwater supplies around the world. Become better citizens of the planet, by reducing our footprint, and to use biodegradable products to prevent groundwater pollution.

World Water Day

World Water Day
World Water Day 2020 wants to bring more awareness to water pollution and freshwater scarcity related to climate change. The issue is growing with every year passing by.

International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
Millions of people suffer from physical and mental trauma due to racism and racial discrimination. When the world will understand that what being human is the most important thing we all have in common, we would learn to embrace and love people of different races and ethnicities.

International Day of Happiness

International Day of Happiness
Today is the day to be happy, by choice. The world changes before our eyes, things come and go, one day you’re up here and the next you’re down there. But your own personal happiness is not something that just happens, it’s something you choose, intentionally or not, with every second of the day. Make every moment of every day to be filled with happiness.

Let's Laugh Day

Let's Laugh Day

What a great day for a good laugh! Yes, today is hahaha… Let’s Laugh Day. Hilarious or not, today is the day to LOL and LMAO. Laughing is such a natural and valuable human expression, related to joy and happiness. Sure thing it deserves a day on its own.

Goddess of Fertility Day

Goddess of Fertility Day

Goddess of Fertility Day celebrates women, mothers, sisters, their power to create a new life and their unconditional love.

Women are the symbol of fertility because of their unique power to birth children and create new worlds. Every woman is a world in herself and when she blooms with happiness, trust and confidence, a myriad of miracles come out of her.

St. Patrick's Day

 St Patrick’s Day
St. Patrick was a Christian missionary and the Apostle of Ireland. One legend said that St. Patrick used the shamrock to explain the Holy Trinity. Later on, the three-leaved shamrock and its bright green color, become the symbol of Ireland.