At first, National Upsy Daisy Day is a holiday that might not seem very clear as to how it should be celebrated. After all, the term “upsy-daisy” is a term that’s traditionally used to expressed encouragement to a child that is being lifted or who has just fallen. Then it hit us, the purpose of this holiday is to encourage all of us to “upsy-daisy” ourselves. It’s a day on which we encourage ourselves to get up and face whatever challenges we’re facing. On June 8th, we will all get out of bed and face our days with renewed resolve.
The History Of National Upsy Daisy Day
National Upsy Daisy Day was created in 2003 by Stephanie West Allen. She wanted to create a holiday that expresses positivity and encouraged people to face their life challenges with a positive attitude and humor.
Observing National Upsy Daisy Day
National Upsy Day is a holiday that encourages everyone to be positive and to work towards their dreams. We all face challenges in our lives and these challenges can make it hard for us to want to get out of bed in the morning. However, most of us will find out that getting out of bed is the first step towards a successful day and it’s for that reason, we all should practice this holiday in spirit, not just on this day but all year round. While you’re observing this holiday, just don’t forget to use the hashtag #NationalUpsyDaisyDay on your social media accounts.
When is National Upsy Daisy Day?
|This year (2023)||June 8 (Thursday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Next year (2024)||June 8 (Saturday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Last year (2022)||June 8 (Wednesday)||Multiple dates - more|