Stay Home Because You're Well Day
Stay Home Because You're Well Day gives us a reason to stay in for the day on November 30th. We all need a break, and it's great to take it when we are healthy and enjoying it. Were well, but chaos would ensue if everyone in the work world took the same day to stay home because we were well.
We all need time alone. It's vital to step away from our daily routines. We often get a rundown of what we need to do. Others have no idea what we'd do left to our own devices.
Being home when we are well-being can also bring a sense of accomplishment. We'll get to the tasks we've been aiming for a while. It could also be a chance for some much-needed relaxation. Everyone thinks of a healthy day differently. Use it as you see fit.
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Stay Home Because You're Well Day has no other goal than to spend a healthy day at home. But the opportunities are endless! You determine what you do with it.
Try these tips: Try these tips: Try these tips:
- Catch up on some of the latest news
- Take a walk
- Get to work on your Christmas cards by clicking here
- All day long, a toddler follows a guide. Remember, you do feel well
- Take a friend to lunch
- Keep your calendar up to date
- Make a new dish and make extra to share with someone who wasn't feeling well today
- Take a nap
- Plan your next trip
- Make a list of all your single friends and match them up as potential mates
- All the pictures on your phone were organized
- Art work on display
- Donate or clear out your closet and donate
To post on social media, stay home and use #StayHomeBecauseYoureWellDay.
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Thomas & Ruth Roy of Wellcat Holidays created Stay Home Because You're Well. Thomas & Ruth Roy of Wellcat Holidays created Stay Home Because You're Well. You're Well.