Fri Dec 15th

National Wear Your Pearls Day

On December 15th, National Wear Your Pearls Day reminds us that even if life throws dirt our way, we all have value in the end. One irritable grain of sand can cause an iridescent pearl to appear, resulting in the stunning result of nature's art.

People and the types of trials introduced into our lives come in a variety of sizes, shapes, and colors, as pearls come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors. We make our own beauty from our lives' tragedies, but we don't get to see it often. We devalue ourselves and, as a result, lose motivation to be a part of life. Layer by layer becoming more durable and more dependable, like pearls, we create a process to shield ourselves from further harm, layer by layer becoming more popular and more resourceful. Recognizing our strengths' collective value is similar to wearing our pearls.

How to celebrate #wearyourpearlsday

If life brings dirt your way, wear your pearls as a reminder that you have value regardless of your current situation. Use #NationalWearYourPearlsDay to post on social media, and wear your pearls on December 15th.

Your pearls day history is a tale of national wear your pearls day in the United States

DeAnna Bookert, a best-selling author and motivational speaker, founded National Wear Your Pearls Day because pearls told the tale of her life and how she battled with depression. "I wear pearls as a reminder that I have purpose and value."

The observance was approved by the Registrar in 2015, but the first year is December 2016.

Pearls FAQ

Q. How are pearls made? When an irritant such as sand, a parasite, or other harm is causing, pearls are ruined by A. Marine oysters and freshwater mussels. The shellfish excrete nacre, which surrounds the irritant. The nacre is what gives the pearl its shape.

Q. What color is a pearl?

A. Pearls come in a variety of colors, including white, pink, brown, and black. The color is determined by the type of shellfish and where they live.

Q. What is the difference between a cultured pearl and a natural pearl?

A. Cultured pearl is one that was grown on a farm. These companies raise oysters and mussels for the sole purpose of harvesting the pearls. Natural pearls grow without a human being introduced an irritant.