All of us could sometimes use a fresh start. A chance to wipe the slate clean and start again. A day to start something new and fresh. Fortunately, there’s a holiday that encourages all of us to start again. This holiday is called National Renewal Day and it’s observed on the 4th of May each year.
It’s the perfect day for all of us to put the past behind us and to begin again. And since this holiday is located some 15-17 days before the start of Spring (depending on whether Spring that year falls on March 19th, 20th, or 21st for that year) it’s the perfect time to clean away all the junk you’ve collected during Winter and get an early start on spring cleaning.
Some Tips For Making A Fresh Start
Saying that you’re going to have a renewal is one thing but actually doing it is another. After all, change can be difficult. That’s why we’ve decided to go ahead and list some of the tips that people have used to make new beginnings. Hopefully, it will be as helpful to everyone reading this as it was to us.
- Don’t be afraid to try new things or to fail.
- Expand your network of colleagues and friends.
- Be flexible and willing to change.
- Write a personal mission statement outlining your goals.
- Don’t worry about being perfect and don’t let perfect be the enemy of the good.
- Don’t try to make one huge change. Instead, break it down into manageable easy to reach portions that will cumulatively lead to your bigger change.
Observing National Renewal Day
As we said, this is a day to start again and that can mean any number of different things to different people. It might mean changing your attitude about a particular subject, cleaning out some of the old junk that’s accumulated in your life, or starting something new. It’s all up to you. Just let all of us what you’re renewing on this day by posting to your social media account using the hashtag #NationalRenewalDay.
When is National Renewal Day?
|This year (2022)||May 4 (Wednesday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Next year (2023)||May 4 (Thursday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Last year (2021)||May 4 (Tuesday)||Multiple dates - more|