National No Housework Day is celebrated on April 7 of every year. This day is marked by doing no household chores. Housework is the management of duties and chores involved in the running of a household, such as cleaning, cooking, home maintenance, shopping, laundry and bill pay. These tasks may be performed by any of the household members, or by other persons hired to perform these tasks. This day calls for an off to all the household chores and has a relaxed time for themselves. This day can be great excuse to give others and to yourself to stay away from sweeping, dusting, laundry, dishes and all the other items that fall into the housework category. Spend this day on a book, TV show, have some coffee with your friends, and anything that you wanted to do for a long time. On National No Housework Day, take a chance to be a crook and leave the dishes, cleaning for the next day. It is sometimes OK to do nothing in the house.
“Housework is what a woman does that nobody notices unless she hasn’t done it.” – Evan Esar
History of National No Housework Day
National No Housework Day was believed to be created by Thomas and Ruth Roy and are listed in Chase’s Calendar of Events. This calendar has the unique, fun, weird holidays. This day must be created to remind everyone that all of us deserve a chance to let it all go, and relax in our untidy home. It is a day for people to enjoy being lazy and happy. It is necessary for everyone to calm and rest themselves from all the work stress that they undergo each day.
Other Celebrations on April 7
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How to celebrate National No Housework Day
National No Housework Day is simple to celebrate. It can observe by not doing any household chores. Put yourself first on this day and do things that make you happy. Celebrate the day by ignoring the dirty dishes in the sink and the piles of laundry that need to be done and give yourself a day of leisure. It is also a national Beer day, so grab a beer and have some fun. Post pictures and share your thoughts on social media about National No Housework Day by using the hashtag #NoHouseworkDay.