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Put on our Own Shoes Day

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About Put on our Own Shoes Day

When is Put on our Own Shoes Day? This holiday is always observed on December 6

Do you know the old saying “If the shoe fits, wear it”? Well, ignore it. Put on Your Own Shoes Day is today, a December 6 holiday. There isn’t much to say about this holiday. The message is straightforward…. wear your shoes. But, don’t you do this every day? You sure wouldn’t want to intentionally put your stinky toes into someone else’s shoes. And, the opportunity to make this mistake is pretty infrequent.  

We understand the meaning behind Wear Brown Shoe Day, celebrated just a few days ago.  But, what could possibly cause someone to create Put on Your Own Shoes Day….hmmmmm. Perhaps, it was created by young mothers teaching their children how to put their shoes on for the first time!?

Well, regardless of what you think of the special day, we celebrate all of the holidays and special days. We are going to put our best foot forward s we put our own shoes on today, and enjoy doing so. As for you….put your stinky toes into your own shoes!

Have a happy Put on our Own Shoes Day.

How to Celebrate Put on our Own Shoes Day

Here are a couple of ways you can celebrate and enjoy Put on our Own Shoes Day:

  • Put on your own shoes today and every day.
  • Put on someone else’s shoes. 
  • Walk a mile in someone’s shoes.
  • Donate your old shoes.

Thought for Today

“A successful man is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks others have thrown at him.” – – David Brinkley

When is Put on your own shoes day

History and Origin of Put on our Own Shoes Day

We are totally clueless. We have absolutely no idea who created this day, or when it was first celebrated. And what is even more baffling, is why it was created.

As we researched this special day, we kept on asking Why, why why?……. why does this day exist? We found no answer.

If you have any information that can be of help, please let us know.

This Day in History

Here are some of the things that happened on this day:

  • President Calvin Coolidge holds the first presidential address to be broadcast on radio. (1923)
  • “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” airs on television for the first time. (1964)
  • Agnes Moorehead, actress, the mother “Endora” on TV series “Bewitched” was born on this day in 1906.

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Related Holidays

People who like this holiday will also like:

Flip Flop Day 

Go Barefoot Day

Wear Brown Shoes Day

More December 6 Holidays

Here are more December 6 holidays and events we’re sure you will enjoy:

Bartender Appreciation Day – in Europe

St. Nicholas Day

Mitten Tree Day

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