National All Is Ours Day

National All is Ours Day is a holiday that’s observed annually on April 8th and encourages all of us to take a few moments out of our day to appreciate all of the wonderful things in our lives. It’s a day to venture out into the world, enjoy parks and trails, and appreciate the things we have instead of thinking about the things that we don’t have.

It’s also a good day for all of us to spend time with friends, family members, and community members. The world is something that belongs to all of us, so we should take the time to appreciate it on this holiday.

Amazing Facts About The World We Live In

We so rarely get a chance to talk about the entire world, so we just couldn’t resist when we came across this holiday. We gathered together a number of great facts about planet Earth that we feel everyone celebrating National All is Ours Day is going to appreciate.

  • The best place in the world to see rainbows is the U.S state of Hawaii.
  • Cuba and North Korea are the only two places in the world you can’t buy Coca-Cola.
  • More people visit France than any other country in the world.
  • The U.S is the only country in the world that doesn’t use the metric system.

Observing National All Is Ours Day

To observe this holiday people should walk out their front doors and find an adventure that means something to them. The whole premise of this holiday is that the world belongs to all of us, so we should take the time to appreciate the beauty, joy, and love that exists in the world.

This can be done by taking a trip to a local park, hiking a trail in a National Park, or going to a local zoo or botanical gardens. People can also the hashtag #NationalAllIsOursDay to spread the word about this holiday to everyone who needs to celebrate it.

Where is National All Is Ours Day celebrated?

There is no specific location where this holiday is celebrated.
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