Getting Ready for the Holidays

If you think about it, summer is a relatively holiday-less time of year. I consider summer one giant holiday in & of itself. (because my birthday falls in August & I’m a teacher).

My zodiac is Leo, making me a self centered douche in the summertime. But once fall hits, I’m all about the holidays. I love learning about holidays & how each is celebrated.

From Labor Day to Thanksgiving to Festivus, for the rest of us…

Autumn Holidays

  • Autumnal Equinox (September 23rd, 2019)
  • Johnny Appleseed Day (September 26th, 2019)
  • Rosh Hashanah (September 29th, 2019)
  • Indigenous People Day / Columbus Day (October 14th, 2019)
  • Diwali (October 27th, 2019)
  • Mischief Night (October 30th, 2019)
  • Halloween (October 31st, 2019)
  • All Saints Day (November 1st, 2019)
  • Dia de Los Muertos (November 1st-2nd, 2019)
  • All Souls Day (November 2nd, 2019)
  • Daylight Savings Time (November 3rd, 2019)
  • U.S. General Election Day (November 5th, 2019)
  • St. Martin’s Day (November 11th, 2019)
  • Veteran’s Day (November 11th, 2019)
  • Thanksgiving (November 28th, 2019)

Winter Holidays

  • Winter Solstice (December 22nd, 2019)
  • Christmas Eve (December 24th, 2019)
  • Christmas (December 25th, 2019)
  • Advent (December 1st-24th, 2019)
  • Kwanzaa (December 26th, 2019-January 1st, 2020)
  • Chanukah (December 22nd-30th, 2019)
  • Fetivus (December 23rd, 2019)
  • St. Nicholas’ Day (December 6th, 2019)
  • Three Kings Day (January 6th, 2020)
  • Chinese New Year (January 25th, 2020)
  • Bodhi Day (January 2nd, 2020)
  • Japanese New Year (January 1st, 2020)