2020 Cuddle Up Day

Annual Fall

6th January

List of Cuddle Up Day dates by year

20216th JanuaryWednesday
20226th JanuaryThursday
20236th JanuaryFriday
20246th JanuarySaturday
20256th JanuaryMonday
20266th JanuaryTuesday
20276th JanuaryWednesday
20286th JanuaryThursday
20296th JanuarySaturday
20306th JanuarySunday

Cuddle Up Day is an opportunity to snuggle up to someone on a cold winters' day or night. Chances are it's cold outside. So, cozy up to a special someone, and enjoy the warmth and love. This day is enjoyed by both young and old.

Cuddle Up Day

Of course, you do not have to cuddle up with someone

- Cuddling up in your easy chair is a great idea.

- Cuddling up to a pet is rewarding.

- Cuddling up to a stuffed animal is quite secure and comforting.

- Cuddling up with a good book is enjoyable.

- Cuddling up by the fireside is warm and cozy.

- But, nothing will beat cuddling up with a special someone.

Cuddle Up Day takes place on January 06, 2016. Cuddle Up Day should be a cosy and relaxing day to simply feel good. The creator of Cuddle Day is not known but he or she certainly wanted to make the world a more comfortable place. Everyone can take part in Cuddle Up Day activities. He or she simply needs to be in a homelike mood and have some free time. This text has been taken from www.cute-calendar.com

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