Observed annually on May 4th, National Renewal Day was created for new beginnings.
According to Merriam-Webster dictionary, renewal is defined as “the state of being made new, fresh, or strong again: the state of being renewed.”
A day that has been correctly placed in the spring, National Renewal Day is meant to reinvigorate us after a long winter. Whether we choose to refresh our souls or replace our old rugs with new, we are to set to work polishing up our state of being.
Where the house might need to be infused with a little fresh air, our friendships might need some reconnection to renew them. Has the romance gone stale? Add a spark and bring some new life to it. Has the diet seen better days? Find a little color to add to it, and you might find a little pep in your step to renew yourself.
Whatever your approach to this day is, keep it confident and National Renewal Day will be a success.
HOW TO OBSERVE
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Within our research, we were unable to find the creator and origin of National Renewal Day.
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