National Whiner’s Day

National Whiner’s Day

Don’t let the fact that things aren’t going your way make you feel tired or discouraged. This day is a good time to do this, especially. National Whiner’s Day encourages people to be grateful for what they have, rather than complaining about what they don’t. It was established by Reverend Kevin Zaborney, Caro, Michigan, in 1986. This is especially true the day after Christmas. Some people feel entitled to Christmas gifts and may complain the next day if they don’t get what you want. But Rev. Rev. Zaborney believed that a better way to approach the next day after Christmas was to not be a Whiner but to look around at the goodness in the world. Even families that are struggling to buy holiday gifts or make a decent meal can remember to be grateful for each other. It is possible to spread gratitude. Have you received a Christmas gift? Give thanks! Have you ever received a Christmas gift that you didn’t like? It’s the thought that matters! Spend time with family and friends? These groaners will help you get started. These groaners will help you get started. Even though every day doesn’t have the right to be happy, this day encourages everyone to see the good in others!

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