You only tell the truth all day. Read more about human rights defenders such as Mohandas Karamchand, Gandhi, Oskar Schindler, Rosa Parks, Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King, Jr.
What wisdom, activity or advice does this day bring you?
International Day of Truth
World Meteorological Day
Did you know that the oceans, which cover about 70 per cent of the Earth's surface, are a significant factor in weather and climate? On this day of meteorology, learn about the origin of various weather phenomena worldwide.
World Water Day
Water is life, so let us handle it carefully. Instead of a bath, we can take a quick shower and carefully turn off the tap when we don't need water, such as brushing our teeth or grinding. We water the garden with rainwater and make sure that the plumbing is well sealed.
International Day of Forests
Forests are the lungs of our planet. So let's head to the forest to breathe in the fresh air on this day. Let's help preserve forests by planting a tree, drawing attention to the consequences of excessive tree cutting, learning about tree species, or building a treehouse.
International Day of Happiness
We multiply happiness if we share it! So give a smile, a hug and a little attention among the people you meet today. Have you ever tried to give a compliment to a complete stranger?
World Sleep Day
Roll up the curtains, slip into bed and sleep all day without a guilty conscience.
Global Recycling Day
Consumerism has resulted in, among other things, an increasing accumulation of waste suffocating our planet. Make a cleaning campaign - clean the apartment, recycle waste, and create new useful items from old pieces.
ST. Patrics Day
Let's celebrate today's traditional Irish holiday in style - put on green clothes and hop into the nearest pub for a pint of cold beer.
No Selfies Day
Are you obsessed with selfies? Today, just for one day, skip taking photos or recording yourself and try to take a creative photo of the world around you.
National Napping Day
The day after an hour is inexplicably stolen by the daylight savings time change (which you'll get back at the end of October) is dedicated to napping. So take little naps all day.