Although shoes do a commendable job of protecting our feet, all while looking stylish at the same time, sometimes you just want to kick off your shoes and enjoy the feeling of being barefoot. Normally, day-to-day life doesn’t allow this to happen very often, but there is one day on which people can shed their shoes and go barefoot. That holiday is National Go Barefoot Day and it’s observed on the 1st of June every year. It’s the perfect holiday to go footloose and fancy-free through the day and do it without being burdened with putting on socks and shoes.
The History Of National Go Barefoot Day-to-day
Even though this holiday has since become a reason for people to shed their shoes, this holiday has an origin story that’s a little more serious. This holiday was created in 2004 by Soles 4 Souls-a global charity organization that provides new shoes for children in need. Therefore, the real reason this holiday is observed is to encourage people to donate shoes to those in need.
Observing National Go Barefoot Day
Giving a pair of new or slightly used shoes to people in need or to organizations that help people in need is a great way to observe this holiday. This is also a good day to take off your own shoes and go barefoot through the grass. And the final way to observe this holiday is to use the hashtag #NationalGoBarefootDay on social media to spread the word about this holiday as well as the joys of going barefoot.
When is National Go Barefoot Day?
|This year (2022)||June 1 (Wednesday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Next year (2023)||June 1 (Thursday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Last year (2021)||June 1 (Tuesday)||Multiple dates - more|