Name Yourself Day
When is Name Yourself Day? This holiday is always observed on April 9
Are you satisfied with what people call you? Name Yourself Day, an April 9 holiday is your chance to rid yourself of the name your parents bestowed upon you at birth. Today, you can give yourself whatever moniker you’d like…for a day. Or, you can legally change it, if you prefer. If you like your name, then change it for just today. If you don’t like your name, use today to select a new name for life!
There are countless names to choose from. Books about with thousands of selections. Give yourself a cool and catchy nickname. Once you’ve selected your name, you’ve gotta communicate it to all of your family and friends. This could prove to be the hard part. It will likely take time for your new name to catch on.
How to Participate in Name Yourself Day
Participating in this holiday is simple and easy. Go ahead, give it a try.
- Change your first, or middle, or last name. Or, change them all.
- Give yourself an alias or a new handle.
- Help someone rename themselves.
“Beauty may only be skin deep, but ugly goes clear to the bone.” – – Redd Foxx
History and Origin of Name Yourself Day
Our research did not find the creator or the origin of this day. However, we traced this holiday’s origin to before 2000.
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