February 1st is National Wear Red Day.
I miss this every year because I don’t remember until I switch my calendar over to February, and by then I’m already dressed and at work. I hate it when things fall on the first day of the month. Thank goodness Groundhog’s Day is on the 2nd. I really hate to miss that one.
This is why I am trying to spread the word now. So people can “get their red on” and support the awareness campaign about heart disease in women. And since we are on the topic of February, Actually I am discussing the topic and you are reading it – which is really cool! But I digress…
- Black History Month
- National Children’s Dental Health
- American Heart Month
- National Wise Health Consumer
- National Condom Month
Other things in February you should know about:
Feb 11th – 17th: National Random Acts of Kindness Week.
Feb 14th: National Condom Awareness Day. Are we supposed to send out condoms instead of romantic heart covered cards & candy now? I feel a rant coming on…
Feb 22nd: World Thinking Day. (Girl Scouts)
Feb 24th – Mar 2nd: National Eating Disorder Awareness Week.
OK, so now you know to wear red on Friday, February 1st. My mission is accomplished 🙂
For a more complete listing go to: National Wellness Institute