NATIONAL UPSY DAISY DAY

I found this on National Calendar Day this morning, What a fun way to start the week!


Each year on June 8th, National Upsy Daisy Day is set aside to encourage you to face the day positively and to get up ‘gloriously, gratefully and gleefully’ each morning.

Every day is a gift and if we remember that as we rise each morning, it will help us carry a good attitude throughout the day, whatever the day may bring us. Life is full of challenges and bumps in the road, and it is our attitude that helps us over the bumps and through the challenges to move onward with a smile.

Give it a try. Be grateful and thankful for what you do have such as a bed to sleep in, food to eat, friends, and family. Try a smile and see how it feels. It may surprise you that it feels good on the inside also and how other people will smile back. You may just brighten up their day!  Upsy Daisy!

HOW TO OBSERVE #UpsyDaisyDay

There are several ways to celebrate this fun holiday.

  • Leave an anonymous note encouraging someone to have a great day.
  • Make a donation to a food pantry or your favorite charity. It doesn’t matter if it’s large or small. Every little bit helps.
  • Give to yourself! Start a savings account or jar for a rainy day.
  • Call a friend you’ve not spoken to in a while. Let them know you’ve been thinking about them. Take time to catch up with them.

Use #UpsyDaisyDay to post on social media.

NATIONAL UPSY DAISY DAY HISTORY

Stephanie West Allen created National Upsy Daisy Day in 2003. Her desire in creating the celebration was to make humor, laughter, and a positive attitude part of the Upsy Daisy Day way.


Now go out and have an Upsy Daisy Monday. ❤❤

#UpsyDaisyDay

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