Fun March Holidays
No need to settle for just one fun holiday to have a party. Get comfortable and join me on a quick journey through some not-so-traditional fun holidays to celebrate in the month of March.
International Mirth Month
It¡¦s time to bring on some fun because March is International Mirth Month. ¡§Mr. Jollytologist¡¨ Allen Klein created the Mirth Month to help us all find humor in stressful situations. Everyone needs a good laugh, especially in those moments that don¡¦t typically lend themselves well to laughter. The world is full of bad news, but we don¡¦t have to dwell on it. Pick up a funny book, watch a comedy, or grab someone and head out to a comedy club for some much needed comic relief today.
National Craft Month
Don¡¦t wait until March to get crafty. Any day is a good day to celebrate creativity at any age. Why not upcycle or recycle unused items into something pleasing to look at or use? There are many ideas on the internet for things that can be used and re-used. Think of what you could do with soda cans, baby food jars or other things that you typically throw out. It¡¦s also a good time to finish those I¡¦ll-finish-it-later projects. It¡¦s later¡Kƒº
Dadgum That¡¦s Good Week 20-26 (3rd full week)
What started out as a recipe book for smoking, grilling, frying, boiling and steaming food has blossomed into its own holiday. So no matter how you like to cook your poultry, meat, fish or other foods any week is a dadgum good week to try a new recipe or refine a tried and true one. Get creative with your cooking today!
Act Happy Week 21-25 (Starts 3rd Monday of the Month)
Smiling, even when you don¡¦t want to can actually make you feel better and all the more reason to do it. Act Happy Week can be any week or day of the year. When you smile and act happy your brain will start to release endorphins (and other happy chemicals in your brain) which will help to fortify your immune system and promote over all well-being. Smile and laugh often, it will make people wonder what you¡¦re up to.
Dr. Seuss Day March 2nd
Cat in the Hat, Fox in Socks and Hop on Pop are but a few of the well-loved children¡¦s classics by Dr. Seuss. March 2nd Dr. Seuss will turn 112. It doesn¡¦t seem possible that he¡¦s been around that long. Bring out your favorite Dr. Seuss or other story books and celebrate by reading. So even though he is no longer with us we can still honor his contribution by reading or even hosting a fun and eccentric party to celebrate! How about a costume party? Everyone has to come dressed as their favorite Dr. Seuss character. Let your imagination run wild. You¡¦ll be glad you did.
The Bikini Bottom Free (Crab cakes Day) Spongebob Square Pants March 8th
From marine biologist to animator, Stephen Hillenburg made a big hit with the character Spongebob Squarepants and his friends. It premiered on May 1st, 1999 on Nickelodeon and has been running strong ever since. Why not grab your kids, your friends and your neighbors and have a Spongebob potluck. Rent your favorite Spongebob movies and watch the series. Enjoy some Krabby Patties and Barnacle Loaf then wash it down with some Coconut Milk.
These are only a few of the many reasons to celebrate in March. Try one or try them all. Start a fun holiday tradition for the whole family to remember. Any day is a good day to laugh and have fun! Enjoy, take pictures and share with your friends on Facebook or Twitter.
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