Ditch New Year’s Resolutions Day is an annual celebration observed on January 17th of every year. It had not been so easy to follow the resolution you have taken on the new year eve for so long. It is not always the case to strictly follow the new year resolution. At times, you have to acknowledge and withdraw it for any reason. Enjoy being yourself without having any restrictions as resolutions on this Day. Take time to ditch those resolutions on a Day in the calendar on the Ditch New Year’s Resolutions Day.
“Character is the ability to carry out a good resolution long after the excitement of the moment has passed.” – Cavett Robert
History of Ditch New Year’s Resolutions Day
The history, origin, and the year from which this Ditch New Year’s Resolutions Day has been celebrated are unknown. There is no exact mention about the founder of this celebration Day. We could assume that this Day has been in existence since the new year celebration. It is the perfect Day to go back to your old form of habits by ditching your new year resolution. Abandon or give up your resolution on this Day and make yourself indulge doing without feeling guilty. As soon as the new year arrives, all of us would make plans to follow some new habits as s form of resolutions. But at times, it may seem to be little stupid and unnecessary, and you can give them as this Day is a perfect excuse for those who prefer ditching them.
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How to Celebrate Ditch New Year’s Resolutions Day
Celebrating the Ditch New Year’s Resolutions Day is quite simple. If you have followed your new year resolution until now, then you have achieved something great. Get out them by giving up your resolutions on this Day to enjoy and go back to your old form. Feel relaxed and guilt-free for breaking those resolutions. You no longer need to be limiting yourself while seeing an ice cream or your favourite foods. Make an excuse and be yourself for no reason. Don’t forget to share those lovely moments on this Day on the social media using the hashtag #DitchNewYearsResolutionsDay.