2017 I Forgot Day

Annual Fall

2nd July

List of I Forgot Day dates by year

20182nd JulyMonday
20192nd JulyTuesday
20202nd JulyThursday
20212nd JulyFriday
20222nd JulySaturday
20232nd JulySunday
20242nd JulyTuesday
20252nd JulyWednesday
20262nd JulyThursday
20272nd JulyFriday

I Forgot Day, by definition, today is not a day to remember. So, just what are you forgetting? Can you even remember? Is it important? Hopefully, not.

Some days are days to remember and to cherish all of our lives. Others, like today, are ones to be forgotten. If you are having a bad day, it's just as well that today is I Forgot Day. We do hope that you are not getting married or having a baby today.

I Forgot Day

Some people view today as an opportunity to express their regrets for forgetting something, and to make amends. They do so by sending cards and flowers, apologizing for their memory lapse. The trouble is, if you forget something important tomorrow, you have to wait a whole year for the next I Forgot Day to arrive.

Failing to retrieve an event does not mean that this specific event has been forever forgotten. This could just mean the information was not encoded well. Research has shown that there are a few health behaviors that to some extent can prevent forgetting from happening so often. One of the simplest ways to keep the brain healthy and prevent forgetting is to stay active and exercise.

I Forgot Day is closely related to I'm Sorry Day.




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