No Brainer Day
A day that requires little thought, or encourages you to do something that requires little thought, or just try not to overthink it! On February 27th, many people will observe No Brainer Day. An easy definition would be to say that it is a day of doing something that sounds good like it seems like a no-brainer to go and do. Let’s take a look at the origins, and see how to observe No Brainer Day.
What Is No Brainer Day?
It comes from the brain of Adrienne Sioux Koopersmith who was labeled ‘The Premier Eventologist in the History of The World by the Chicago Tribune in Jan 2001. Creating such a day seems like an obvious one, but it was a concept that encourages others to consider how most things don’t require overthinking and to not stress about decisions. No more second-guessing, instead, we should all be making decisions that require little thought, as this is where we feel most comfortable.
We’re all for giving as little thought to things that cause us to overthink, so no brainer day should be observed by all.
How To Observe No Brainer Day
The best way to observe No Brainer Day is to act upon a decision that you know you are overthinking. A decision is probably easy to make, but your reluctance to commit may be holding you back. Submit that application for that course, call that person you haven’t spoken to for a while or book that holiday you know you deserve.
Something that can help you to clear your mind is to get rid of all clutter or to do some small tasks such as take out the trash. Make a plan to achieve something you have been meaning to such as eating well and exercising to reach that health goal. Whatever you do, be sure to share your thoughts on #NoBrainerDay so others may be encouraged by your efforts.