Stay Home Because You’re Well Day is a holiday that encourages people to take a well-earned day off. While keeping your nose to the grindstone is an admirable trait, it can also quickly lead to a person feeling run down and exhausted. Sometimes it is just better for a person’s mental health if they take a day off from work every once in a while.
A day of playing hooky can revitalize the body, mind, and spirit and prepare a person for another extended period of work. Anyone wishing to celebrate this day is going to want to make sure they can take a “sick day” so they don’t get in trouble, but if that isn’t a problem, then they should feel free to observe on November 30th.
The History Of Stay Home Because You’re Well Day
This holiday was invented a few years back by Thomas Roy and Ruth Roy of the website Wellcat.com. For anyone familiar with this website, it’s one that has a bunch of crazy holidays on it that were created by the couple over the years.
Observing Stay Home Because You’re Well Day
Anyone who is sure that they can take the day off can go ahead and observe Stay Home Because You’re Well Day. Once you’ve taken the day off, the only thing that you have to figure out is what to do on this glorious day. So what are you going to do on your impromptu “sick day?”
Are you going to catch up on your reading, catch up on that television series you’ve been watching, or spend the day sleeping? Maybe you’re going to spend the day at the park or spend some time with friends. What you do is up to you, just be sure that you take advantage of the extra day off of work.
When is Stay Home Because You’re Well Day?
|This year (2023)||November 30 (Thursday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Next year (2024)||November 30 (Saturday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Last year (2022)||November 30 (Wednesday)||Multiple dates - more|