- March 2 -

Old Stuff Day

At first glance, it would seem that Old Stuff Day would celebrate the nostaglic items of years past. In reality, the intent of this holiday is just the opposite - a day to ditch the same old stuff that you usually do and to do something new, exciting and most importantly different. Thus, today is a...

Old Stuff Day

At first glance, it would seem that Old Stuff Day would celebrate the nostaglic items of years past. In reality, the intent of this holiday is just the opposite - a day to ditch the same old stuff that you usually do and to do something new, exciting and most importantly different. Thus, today is a day to try a new hobby, have a new food, do something you've never done, or go somewhere you've never been.

This is a day to do something different and step out of your comfort zone.

Life is not boring and Old Stuff Day is a day to remind yourself of boring routines, or negative habits that have crept into your life.

Everyday we should embrace something new, but now we know that once a year, always on March 2nd, there is an official day to remind us of such. What did you do differently today?

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