As you can see, there isn't much information about this annually observed holiday as we don't feel like doing any research. We don't appear to be doing anything at all. We are now in our hammocks with a few of good books and glasses of lemonade and iced tea. Yes, it is a Lazy Day. Rather than learn more about this day, we choose to be lazy rather than reveal much more about it.
How to celebrate national lazy day in a variety of ways
Prepare yourself for the day by taking this quiz to prepare yourself for the day. #724321436134242424242424 Lazy people's truth #7243214372641342424. If you were too lazy to read that number, you're set to celebrate this day.
If you can't reach it, you don't need it. The number one rule of any lazy day is that if you can't reach it, you don't need it. Don't break the rules.
For the day, we were given an alternative term for lazy. We call it very loose.
What is #NationalLazyDay's official exercise? Diddly squats.
A Pint-Sized Life Blog has some tips on how to have a fruitful lazy day visit. We were too drained to give you our own list.
History of national lazy day in the United States has a rich tradition
#NationalLazyDay's creator and source of #NationalLazyDay could not be identified.
Have a great day!
National lazy day faq FAQ
Does lazy people live longer? Q. Do lazy people live longer?
A. Possibly. According to a 2018 report by the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, being lazy can prolong your life.
Q. What other lazy days are on the calendar?
National Lazy Mom's Day is celebrated in September. Every once in a while, you know they deserve a lazy day. We're allowed to dress lazily on January's International Sweatpants Day. National Hammock Day, July 22, also suggests a sluggish day.
Q. What are the best ways to relax?
A. Massage, stretching, and hugging are all of the best ways to relax (or get the lazy feeling) in the best ways to unwind.