Put your phone away and schedule your auto responder; take a vacation you busy worker bee. Decide how balance can benefit you, maybe lighten your load with less material clutter (we hear the book, The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up will help you in this process), or drop a weekly commitment that’s robbing you of your joy. Are you halfway into something? Jump in headfirst or get out. Celebrate friendships. Watch the first time we landed on the moon. Think in awe about all that you couldn’t have accomplished without your independence.
It’s a contemplative month with some cleaning up to do. Arm yourself with knowledge and wisdom about the things that are important in your life as you get ready for all that life has to offer! See our July social causes and important holidays below.
Celebrate the Month:
Independence Day – July 4, the adoption of the Declaration of Independence, July 4th, has been celebrated as the birth of American independence. Celebrate the day with fireworks and friends.
Workaholics Day – July 5, this day is for the workaholics, the ones who are busy at all times and never stop working. If you are a workaholic, take the day to relax and take a break!
National Simplicity Day – July 12, in our ever-increasing busy lives, this is a day to take a step back and begin to simplify our lives. Celebrate the day by creating balance and enjoying the simple things in life.
National Moon Day – July 20, Moon Day commemorates the day man first walked on the moon in 1969. “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind”
All or Nothing Day – July 26, a day when a person decides that they are going to take risks and overcome their fears. It is the time when people can shine. Celebrate the day, live life to its fullest.
International Day of Friendship – July 30, proclaimed by the UN General Assembly. Friendship between peoples, countries, and cultures inspires peace and builds bridges between communities.