This calendar for the national days of January gives a quick look at the month to find out what food, drink or topic the month celebrates. Every day of the month is like a new chapter in a book that you haven’t read before. Use this handy list to help plan for the month ahead for your favorite national day.For many of us, January is a month where a blanket of snow covers the landscape. This makes it a time for outdoor cold weather activities, as well as having fun with family indoors, too. The National days during the month of January are geared to comfort food, organizations, resolutions and so many more activities.
The birthstone of January is the garnet, birth flowers are dianthus or galanthus, and the zodiac sign is Capricorn up to January 19 and Aquarius beyond that date.
National Days of January
January is named for Janus – the god of beginnings and transitions. It is fitting that this name is used, since so many people have a restart of not only their calendar year, but also of their life with New Year’s resolutions. Julius Caesar gave the month 31 days but the month originally had only 29 days in the 8th century as part of the lunar calendar.
The calendar below lists the National Days of January, day by day. Some of the days are links to pages on my site where you can find more information about that fun national day. I will update this page often with new links and fun facts about your favorite national day so be sure to check back to see what is new.
There is a lot to celebrate in the month of January. From hangover day on January 1 to recover from the party of the night before, to Inspire Your Heart With Art Day on the 31, the month of January is filled with fun opportunities to celebrate and honor national days.
If you are mainly a foodie, be sure to check out my January food calendar for lots of ideas for recipes you can make this month.
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All the resolutions that we try to keep in January seem to make the month a long one. But we are already half way through! There a still so many- more fun national days to celebrate ahead. Check out these special days.
I hope you have enjoyed this month of national days. As you can see, no matter your interests, there is a national day for you to give some special love. Do you celebrate National Days? Which day in January is your favorite day to honor?Celebrate all the National Days every day of the year at Always the Holidays. Click To Tweet
Need More Inspiration?
Looking for some inspiration for discovering more about National Days? Check out my National Days board on Pinterest. It has loads of pins for articles about the topic.
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