The beginning of the year presents with everything new making January the month of opportunities. This month becomes meaningful for people and business owners because new set goals and aspirations are opened. The enthusiasm for this month brings lots of January national holidays and celebrations.
New Year is when a new calendar year begins, and the number of calendar years increases daily. Since this is the most widely used calendar, holidays are usually celebrated after New Year’s Day in the Gregorian calendar.
World Braille Day recognizes the birthday of Louis Braille, the inventor of Braille, who helped blind and visually impaired people to read and write.
Trivia Quiz Day is a great day to share all the stupid little facts that almost no one knows, and it’s a fun and entertaining day to spend with friends and family.
This holiday is the birthday of Aaron “Bunny” Lapin, the founder of ReddiWip. Aaron, who invented the Red di-Wip in 1948, was born on January 5, 1914, and died on July 10, 1999.
Epiphany is a Christian holiday celebrating the revelation of God who reincarnated as Jesus Christ, also well known as Theophany, Denya, Little Christmas, or Three Kings Day
National Bobblehead Doll Day is held on January 7th every year. On this day, you can see the holidays of all the feathered head lockers.
Officially recognized in Russia. 256 days each year, this day honors all programmers. 256, represented by 8-bit bytes, is equivalent to 2 to the 8th power.
Bodhi Day is a Buddhist holiday remembering the historical Buddha Siddhartha Gautama (Shaka Nyorai) became enlightened and is also known as bodhi in Sanskrit and Pali.
January 9th is a day of static electricity celebrating the shocking, funny, with the hair-rising phenomenon. Don’t worry it’s harmless
National Clean Off Your Desk Day is held on the second Monday of January. This day is an opportunity to start the new year in a clean and tidy workplace.
The day encourages people to reduce energy costs and save on energy bills.
The annual celebration that celebrated on January 11th every year. We often forget to say thank you. It is important to thank those who have made your life better and happ ...
World Sketchnote Day was launched in 2016 by creators Microde and Maurotseri. Together with a small group of designers and producers, these two individuals founded a company called Sketchnote Army to introduce Sketchnotes and its artists worldwide....
Kiss A Ginger Day is an informal holiday celebrated worldwide on January 12th. The purpose of this holiday is to show how much you care about that special ginger in your life by kissing them on the cheeks or lips if necessary.
National Sticker Day takes place every January 13th. This day celebrates everything related to stickers, from custom printing to sharing stickers. We know that every sticker has a story.
On January 14th, every year, this day is a special day for your pet. Dress Up Your Pet Day was created to celebrate them and support the pet fashion community.
National Hat Day is an informal holiday that takes place on January 15th each year. It celebrates one of the most ancient human accessories.
Nothing Day been celebrated since 1973. This day is literally about doing nothing at all.There is no purpose or intended structure for this meaningless celebration.
It was founded in 1950 by the National Baha’i Spiritual Assembly of the United States to promote interfaith understanding.
January 17th or Ditch New Year’s Resolution Day is generally considered by many to be the day when many give up their New Year’s aspirations.
January 18th is Thesaurus Day. Impress your family and friends with big, complex, and flashy words to celebrate this lexicographic holiday.
Buddhists of the Mahayana tradition celebrate a New Year by cleaning their homes and greeting their friends. Buddhists review their thoughts and deeds and seek to cleans ...
This old-fashioned treat is sweet and tasty, caramelized, buttered or plain, shaped into candied balls, or a mixture of nuts and chocolate. But you can enjoy it, so please enjoy it on January 19th, National Popcorn Day.
It’s the day to spoil yourself with a tray of several of your favorite cheeses. A cheese-tasting party with your friends will make this day unforgettable.
Celebration Of Life Day is a day to thank our children and grandchildren. It’s an opportunity to look at the lives of our little children from a different angle.
World Leprosy Day is celebrated around the world on the last Sunday of January each year. The day was started in 1954 by the French philanthropist Raulforello and drew attention to the fact that it can raise global awareness of this deadly ancient illn ...
National Compliment Day is an informal holiday that takes place on January 24th each year. The purpose of this holiday is to say something good to friends, family and colleagues.
International Customs Day (ICD) recognizes the role of customs officers and agencies in maintaining border security. It focuses on the working conditions and challenges customs officers face.
National Geographic Day is an informal holiday commemorating the launch of National Geographic magazine and first became famous for its balanced portrayal of North America compared to the countries behind the Iron Curtain.
Puzzle Day is your chance to get back to basics. Solve jigsaw puzzles, solve crossword puzzles, buy Rubik’s Cube and annoy your friends!
Held annually on this day, you can listen to recorded voicemails and answering machine greetings instead of “ridiculous” and “nuisance” ones.
Mad Magazine artist Don Martin created the idea for Gorilla Suit Day on the 1963 comic strip. In this cartoon, the character ridicules the holidays and is attacked by gorillas and people in gorilla suits.