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NATIONAL NOTHING DAY
This is a real day, honest to pete. It is a day designed so Americans can sit and relax and enjoy the day with nothing at all to celebrate. Nice idea.
However, if you are like me, you are a celebrator. I love to celebrate. I had a teacher once who said it was important to celebrate before the exam. You've prepared and done the work, so celebrate and relax before the exam and you'll do better. Not sure if that's a good policy of not, but it was his policy.
So, since I like to celebrate, it is also National Fig Newton Day. Pretty clear how to celebrate that, right. I've always loved Fig Newtons and their many iterations. With a nice glass of milk, mmmm.