National Be Late For Something Day is celebrated on September 5, and this day is the perfect excuse for you to be late. People across the United States celebrate Be Late for Something Day every year as this day allows people to take a rest from their busy daily life routine. On this day just slow down, sleep a little bit extra today and enjoy the small pleasures of life, adore the scenery, Stop and smell the roses, take a few minutes longer for breakfast, etc.,
“I have noticed that the people who are late are often so much jollier than the people who have to wait for them” – E.V. Lucas.
History of National Be Late For Something Day
Procrastinators’ Club of America created the National Be Late For Something Day. In the year 1956, Procrastinators’ Club of America was founded by Les Waas, soon after the club’s starting, the committee of the club announced September 5 as National Be Late For Something Day, an unofficial holiday. This day was created to encourage the active elements of procrastination. On this busy world, there are pressures put on us to be here and there at the fixed time, so most people think they are always watching the clock, and they don’t even have a chance to slow down, take a breath and adore the world around them. Waas says, ‘This day tries to ease that factor.’ So, on this day just relax and stop and smell the roses. It may be undoubtedly hard for some of us to be late as we are taught to be punctual at all times but today just take an excuse and be late for something.
Other Celebrations on September 5
September 5 is also celebrated as
How to observe National Be Late For Something Day
On this day, Take some time for yourself and Be late to something on purpose. We Don’t usually encourage you to be late always on any other day but on September 5 allow yourself to be late for something. Also, post pictures and share your thoughts about the day on social media with the hashtag #BeLateForSomethingDay.
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