National I Forgot Day
If you are anything like us, it is impossible to remember holidays, anniversaries and doctor’s appointments. It’s impossible to remember everything in this busy world.
Unfortunately, this means that we have to apologize to people who miss appointments or parties. National I Forgot Day allows you to jumpstart all the apologizing and make up the difference.
Ironically, we forget to remember the important things but forget the less important ones.
Are you forgetful? Some people can’t remember the birthdays of their loved ones, or special events even though they live with them. Some people have a long list of things that they want to do, but forget. Even forgotten weddings have been reported!
You may believe that this is impossible for the extremely organized. If you’re anything like most people, however, you will find that sometimes life can feel overwhelming and that it is difficult to keep up with all the happenings. This is why we have created a day to help you!
National I Forgot Day is your chance to make amends for all you’ve forgotten. You can now make amends, regardless of whether it was someone’s birthday, or if you didn’t do something that you promised to your partner.
You may have forgotten too many things that it is impossible to do it all in one go. If that’s the case, create a list and start to tick off what you have completed.
You can find many great quotes online. If you want to make someone smile, you can also combine them with an apology to your friend/loved one for not remembering something. One example is:
This quote could be sent to a loved one with an apology. I’m sure they will forgive and forget what it was you forgot!
We would like to tell you the origins of National I Forgot Day, but we seem not to have any clue. It was likely that the original creator forgot something, which led to the creation of yet another day that he would inevitably forget.
It still provided a great opportunity for chronically forgetful people and offers a chance to make a difference in the future. It’s National I Forgot Day. Now is the time to stop forgetting and organize your life so you don’t forget.
Many factors can cause forgetfulness. These include stress, poor diet, and illness. The most bizarre is actually when you walk through a door. Your brain may perceive the world as a series of scenes or frames, and if you pass through the door it dumps all the information from the previous room. It sounds bizarre, but it is fascinating!
National I Forgot Day’s purpose is to apologize for things you have forgotten, to admit to people who were affected by your forgetting and to let them know you still value them. You can do this most effectively by writing a note of apology expressing your deep regret at forgetting their birthday or any other special occasion.
Everybody has a smartphone these day (and if not, we don‚Äôt want to speak to you). All of those smartphones have built-in calendar apps. You can organize all the things that you have forgotten in your calendar and set reminders for the future so you don’t forget them.
National I Forgot Day offers an opportunity to make things right and ensure that the next year has fewer “I’m sorry, I forget” days.
You might also like to spend the day creating reminders and notes to remind you to take out the trash. Are you prone to forgetting to empty the trash bins on the day it’s collected? You might be supposed to call your parents on Mondays, but you forget to do that. You can save yourself the trouble of forgetting anything by buying some Post-it notes and cute memos.