We know that we’ve come across some holidays that have pretty long names, but the holiday Toss Away The “Could Haves” And “Should Haves” Day has to take the cake. This is one of the longest holiday names that we’ve come across recently. However, while the name of the holiday might be a mouthful, the meaning behind this holiday is pretty simple.
The message is to live life fully so that you don’t have any regrets when it’s over. It’s a day to bag up all of the “should haves” and “could haves” of the past and toss them in the trash. Once that’s done, forget the past and live life to the fullest possible. And that’s all you have to do when this holiday is observed on the third Saturday in July.
The History Of Toss Away The “Could Haves” & “Should Haves” Day
This holiday was first created some years ago by Martha J. Ross-Rodgers. She’s a motivational speaker and author who specializes in helping people live in the moment and attain their full potential. Although we’re unsure what year this holiday was created, we do know that it’s been around for a few years now.
Learning How To Live In The Moment
Although we don’t have all of the answers to living your life to the fullest, we have found the following tips on how to live in the moment. We’ve listed those facts below.
- Get rid of past resentment towards others by forgiving them.
- Find a job that you love.
- Appreciate every single moment of the day fully.
- Smile more.
- Work hard now, while you’re dreaming about the future.
- Stop worrying about things that you can’t control.
Observing Toss Away The “Could Haves” & “Should Haves” Day
We think that how this holiday should be celebrated is pretty straightforward. All you have to do is to put past regrets away and start living your life from this moment on. In that sense, this is a holiday that’s observed all year round and not just one day of the year. So we suggest that you start your way to a better life on this holiday but keep it up all year round.
When is Toss Away The “Could Haves” And “Should Haves” Day?
|This year (2022)||July 16 (Saturday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Next year (2023)||July 15 (Saturday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Last year (2021)||July 17 (Saturday)||Multiple dates - more|