National Old Stuff Day is celebrated on March 2 of every year. It is a day to appreciate the beauty of things that are old, vintage, antique. On this day you have a chance to get rid of the old stuff that you do. So, National Old Stuff Day is an opportunity to do something fresh as a new hobby.
“I don’t listen to a lot of new stuff. I just like the old stuff. It’s all quite dramatic and atmospheric. You’d have an entire story in song. I never listen to, like, white music – I couldn’t sing you a Zeppelin or Floyd song.” – Amy Winehouse
History of National Old Stuff Day
The creator or inventor of National Old Stuff Day was still unknown. Some peoples often see some old things as something that is to be replaced by newer, shinier things and not all of them are useless. For Example wines, they are tastier and more valuable when they grow older. Many things like maps, jewelry, clothes, artifacts, and books will gain more value when they become aged. This is because of the aesthetics and quality of the old historical era and technology that may not exist in present times. More than inanimate items, wisdom, and knowledge are the things that we can get from old people. From the old family members, one can know their family members, old genealogy, and ancient origins. Old people will give you the high and most colorful accounts of the early days that any history book can. Hence National Old Stuff Day is a day to learn new things.
Other Celebrations on March 2
March 2 is also celebrated as
How to Celebrate the Day
Just find some old photographs, toys, and memorable things, then share those old memories with family members or friends who are related to that stuff. Learn new things by watching the history channel, searching through Wikipedia, and by reading books. Spend some time with your grandparents and ask them to tell their childhood stories. To show your feelings on Social Media, you can use #OldStuffDay.
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