National Whiner’s Day
National Whiner’s Day
Celebrated annually on every December 26th, the National Whiner’s Day encourages us to whine about literally anything that’s bothering you! Got lots on your mind? Whine all you want without being judged today while remembering to be thankful for all that you have received and have in your life!
|2020||26th December||Saturday||United States|
|2021||26th December||Sunday||United States|
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Why Whiner’s Day?
Rev. Kevin Zaborney founded the day by watching many people who whine constantly about what they don’t have. He also created the National Hugging Day as everyone is just whining about their problems and fewer are those that give a hug and comfort you!
Whining is common in our day to day life. Our life is not perfect so there’s going to be whining until the end of the world. We whine or see others whining when certain things or situations are not enjoyable. Whining is as old as mankind itself. It can also be traced back to the exodus of Israelites from Egypt. Where they whined about food and water to God himself! Well God answers by sending Manna from the heavens and water from a rock but that seems to be a topic for another day.
Whining is not all bad. You are human and you need to let out the troubling matters. Everyone needs someone who can listen to how bad their day was or whose mistake it was. But too much whining is not healthy either. It could strain relationships with loved ones and at the workplace too. So this day gives you the liberty to whine about the task you need to complete, that book you need to finish, the health issues in the family, the limited finances, that dream job you missed, and much more.
After you are done whining today, it’s time to be thankful for all the blessings you have. The very reason you are alive is one of the best reasons to be thankful for. If you have a family that loves you, no matter what, you have the potential to achieve greater things! You have to be thankful again because not everyone sees a new day, many are battling for life and the pain of those who have lost their loved ones, people who struggle for one square meal, and many without good clothes and shelter.
So today whine all you want! Tomorrow pack all your winnings and focus on all the little and big blessings you have!
How Can We Observe National Whiner’s Day?
- Whine about your whining
It may seem weird, but try whining about your whining and you will understand how your whining can cause others to whine
- Whine about your Chores
You can celebrate the day by whining about the chores that you need to do all by yourself! Whining can make you feel better a little but will not do the work for you. So put on those gloves and move on!
- Watch others whine
You may also celebrate the National Whiner’s Day by watching people about the product they purchased, the husband who doesn’t help with chores, the boss who is always giving more work, the wife who doesn’t let you hang out with your man gang!
- Throw a “whine” party!
Well, celebrations don’t end without a party. Do they? Invite buddies and colleagues for a “whining” party! Play a round of games where you get a chance to whine about something and drink some wine!
- Help yourself and the whiners to break the whining habit
Read books or articles to overcome whining. If you can work it out, consider helping a friend or colleague today
- Encourage participation through social media
Encourage friends and family on social media to celebrate the National Whiner’s Day! You can share your thoughts about whining and tips on how to be thankful using hashtags #NationalWhiner’sDay and #Whiner’sDay
Interesting Facts About National Whiner’s Day
Here are some interesting facts about whining in kids and adults!
- People whine as they want to feel connected to other people
- When deeply distressed by things you cannot change you have higher chances of whining
- People whine to comfort themselves
- Whiners feel both anger and sadness about the situation and often blame themselves for it
- Not responding to kids immediately when they need attention is going to play a major role in making them whine
- Today’s whiners are tomorrow’s whiners too
- Many corporate offices have a “No Whine” policy
History of National Whiner’s Day
The National Whiner’s Day was founded in 1986 by Rev. Kevin Zaborney to encourage people to be thankful instead of whining unhappily for what they did not have! The National Whiner’s Day is celebrated as a fun holiday across the US.