2017 Old Stuff Day

Annual Fall

2nd March

List of Old Stuff Day dates by year

20182nd MarchFriday
20192nd MarchSaturday
20202nd MarchMonday
20212nd MarchTuesday
20222nd MarchWednesday
20232nd MarchThursday
20242nd MarchSaturday
20252nd MarchSunday
20262nd MarchMonday
20272nd MarchTuesday

Always celebrated on March 2nd, it is National Old Day Stuff.  One may think it is a day to to do the same old thing that you do on a daily routine.  However, this day is actually the opposite, it is a day to do something different, something new.

When asking someone "What's new?" or "What's happening?", how often do you hear "Nothing really, same old stuff".

Well, today, is Old Stuff Day, in recognition of this all too common response. It is suggestive of a boring time period, or a boring life style. ....how sad.

Old Stuff Day

Old Stuff Day is not a day to do the same old stuff. Rather, it's a time to recognize the boring nature of your daily routine, and make some exciting changes. Find new and different activities, projects, and hobbies. Attend an event. Do something, anything, different. You will be glad that you did!




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