No Brainer Day is commemorated on February 27 of every year. No Brainer Day reminds people that most of the things in the world are simple and the problems that we face daily have easy and obvious solutions, so we no need to overthink analysing problems. “No-brainer” is a word that is used to indicate a problem that supposedly has a very easy and simple solution obvious to all. It was celebrated from the year 1995.
“I think conservatives should be confident in our beliefs and go push them everywhere we can and go to non-traditional communities. It’s a no-brainer” – Paul Ryan.
History of No Brainer Day
No Brainer Day was established in the United States by Adrienne Sioux Koopersmith, an “America’s Premier Eventologist“. The day got its name from the phrase in the English language “no-brainer“, which refers to solutions or choices that need very little thinking and effort. This term began in engineering jargon but only during the 1990s and 2000s it gained popularity and this term is now commonly used in business environments. The claim that a difficulty or problem is a “no-brainer” may be a method to shut down a dispute. As some of our daily tasks need a lot of thinking, at least on this day give some rest to your brain.
Other Celebrations on February 27
February 27 is also celebrated as
- International Polar Bear Day
- National Strawberry Day
- National Kahlua Day
- Digital Learning Day
- National Chili Day
How to Celebrate No Brainer Day
Celebrate the day relaxing your brain and be free from all worries and stress and stop yourself from overthinking and examining problems. Give your mind a holiday, take a break, enjoy the day and be happy. Then post pictures and share your thoughts about the day with others on social media using the hashtag #NoBrainerDay.