Break The Monotony Day
Many of us do the same things day in and day out. We get up, take a shower, eat breakfast, brush our teeth, and then head to work. At work, we do the same things that we do every day and then we fall into the same daily routine when we come home.
In other words, most of our days are monotonous and if someone were to make a television show about it, then it would be an immediate flop. But that doesn’t have to be the case.
We can take the time to break up our routine a little bit so we can get out of that rut we’ve dug ourselves into. We can start to do this on Break the Monotony Day. This holiday falls on the third Saturday in August every year and reminds all of us that we need a little variety in our lives.
The History Of Break The Monotony Day
We’re not entirely sure when Break the Monotony Day was created. We’re sure it was created by someone who was tired of being in the same rut that they’ve been in for a long time, but we just can’t pinpoint exactly who invented this holiday.
We do feel that this holiday probably hasn’t been around for very long, as we can’t locate any references to it before the past few years. As usual, we’ll continue to try to find the origins of this holiday until we have satisfactory answers, but until we do, this history will just have to stand as it is.
Some Exciting Facts About Boredom
Let’s take a few moments to talk about boredom, shall we? This seems like a good conversation to have in this article because monotony is a boredom state, so if we knew more about boredom perhaps we can avoid monotony. Well, at least that’s our theory.
- Boredom is a physiological state. In fact, it may even be a stress state.
- Before the modern age, boredom was less common. That’s because people tended to keep busy from morning to dusk with very few breaks in between.
- Teaching kids how to deal with their boredom can help them develop life skills.
Observing Break The Monotony Day
We can’t tell people how to celebrate this holiday. After all, each one of us settles into our own daily routines. We all do this to make our lives more efficient, but what it ends up doing is breeding monotony in our lives.
That’s why every individual has to take the time to figure out where they are in their own particular rut and then make changes to add a little bit of variety to their lives. While they’re doing so, they can feel free to use the hashtag #BreakTheMonotonyDay on social media to spread the word about this holiday to other people who might need to observe this day as well.