National Daylight Appreciation Day
National Daylight Appreciation Day is observed on June 21 of each year. National Daylight Appreciation Day is recognized as the summer solstice, which is the longest day of daylight in the northern hemisphere and this encourages people to celebrate the various benefits of the sun. It is the day to learn more about the importance of the daylighting. Daylighting is using the skylights, windows and some other architectural openings to the natural light interior spaces. It is useful in various ways, not only helps to reduce the power consumption but may also have multiple health benefits.
“Shorter daylight hours can affect sleep, productivity and state of mind. Light therapy, also known as phototherapy, may help. It uses light boxes emitting full-spectrum light to simulate sunlight.” – Andrew Weil
History Of National Daylight Appreciation Day
National Daylight Appreciation Day is sponsored by the Solatube International, Inc., who is the manufacturer of Tubular Daylighting Devices. The day is observed on June 21st of each year. Since the time out of mind, humanity is aware of the ever-changing pattern of the year, the cycling of the long periods of the daylight. Many people are celebrating this day for thanking the sun god for providing the life source to them.
Other Celebrations on June 21
June 21 is also celebrated as
- Take Your Dog To Work Day
- International Yoga Day
- World Music Day
- World Giraffe Day
- National Peaches and Cream Day
- World Humanist Day
- Go Skateboarding Day
- National Selfie Day
How to Celebrate National Daylight Appreciation Day
Celebrating the National Daylight Appreciation Day is very easy, you can get outside and spend some time in the sunlight, you can walk in the forest. You can also find some picnic spot for the celebration of the day. You can have the chill ice cream in the sunlight to celebrate it differently. The main reason for the creation of this day is to thank the sun, so you can make your part in that by making the appropriate events with your friends. You can share your views and thoughts on social media using the hashtags #NationalDaylightAppreciationDay.