What wisdom, activity or advice does this day bring you?

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Valentine´s Day

Slovenia is the only country in the world that has the word love in its name and one of the few countries in the world that have preserved its dual, of which we Slovenes are incredibly proud. So tell people close to you that you love them.

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World Radio Day

Turn up the volume on your stereo! Choose your favourite radio frequency and listen to a music program or some exciting radio shows. Are you interested in the history of radio and how the development of this medium has affected humanity? Well, today is the right day to bury yourself in the years and data.

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Darwin Day

Join in the celebration of International Darwin Day, which celebrates the birthday of naturalist Charles Darwin. Darwin developed and presented a theory that assumes all living things evolved from a common ancestor. Based on observations and experiments, he also discovered the mechanism of these changes - natural selection. Celebrate today by exploring and studying nature, living things and natural phenomena.

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International Day of Women and Girls in Science

On this day, the United Nations General Assembly seeks to encourage women and girls to pursue a science career and promote participation and equal opportunities in science. Browse the web and learn about the discoveries made by women scientists.

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Ilka Štuhec became the ski queen for the second time in a row

On February 10, 2019, the Slovenian ski champion Ilka Štuhec became the world ski champion for the second time in a row with an excellent performance in Aare.

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Pizza Day

It's pizza time! Go to a pizza place or bake it yourself at home. Which one will you choose?

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Prešeren day

On February 8, the citizens of Slovenia celebrate their cultural holiday, called Prešeren's Day, after the famous poet France Prešeren. Prešeren created the Slovenian national anthem and left an indelible mark with his rich poetic opus.

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Secondhand warderobe week

The National Second-hand Wardrobe week is held between 6 and 12 February to raise awareness of sustainable consumption, encourage the re-use of clothing and reduce pollution and pollution. If you want to declutter your wardrobe, turn to a second-hand shop, or attend a clothing exchange event. Consider giving away clothes you no longer need to someone who can't afford to buy them.

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World Days without a Smartphone

Do you know this modern-time disorder called nomophobia? It is a type of anxiety disorder that occurs when a person experiences unpleasant feelings when not in contact with their cell phone. It comes from the English phrase 'no-mobile-phone phobia'. On today's Day Without Mobile Phone, try to spend as much time as possible without using it and talk about how dangerous addiction to smart devices is.

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World Nutella Day

Today we celebrate the sweet cocoa-hazelnut spread, known as Nutella. Nutella was created in 1964 under the auspices of the Italian brand Ferrero. Sweeten your day with Nutella – create a new sweet dish or give a jar of Nutella to your friend.

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The first race on the 90-meter ski jump in Planica

On this day in 1934, a new 90-meter ski jump was opened in Planica, where several world records were broken, and in the same year, the milestone in the 100-meter jump was exceeded. In the last two decades, Planica has hosted the traditional final of the World Cup in ski flying in mid-March.

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Optimism Day

What a lovely day! Even though clouds are already gathering in the sky, the weather will definitely last until the evening. And today everything will go like clockwork! Even if you are already a little late for a meeting or submitting a school assignment, you know that everything will be fine in the end. Even in difficult and unpleasant moments, look on the bright side and stay positive. Remember to cheer up pessimists and encourage them to think more optimistically.

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World Wetlands Day

Wetlands are reservoirs of drinking water, a source of food, a habitat of many plants and animals that at the same time offer space for recreation. Yet, did you know that people have destroyed more than 87% of the world's wetlands in the last 300 years?

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Library Lovers’ Month

Go to your favourite library and choose a book to your liking. A good book can be our best friend. Irish writer Richard Steele stressed the importance of reading with the famous phrase that "Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body."

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Backward Day

January 31 is a backward day! How fun is that? Today, do everything oppositely. Wear your clothes with the back in front, say goodbye on arrival and say goodbye when you leave. Turn your back to the person you are talking to, start lunch with the dessert, and finish it with soup.