National Tie One on Day
About National Tie One on Day
When is National Tie One on Day? This holiday is observed on the day before Thanksgiving
The objective of National Tie One on Day is likely something other than what you were thinking. It is not a day to indulge in copious amounts of alcohol. And, it’s not a day to tie something onto something. Rather, it’s a day of kindness and encouragement. The tradition for this day is to bake a fresh loaf of bread. Then, wrap up the bread and a new apron together. Give this anonymously to someone less fortunate or in need of cheering up.
According to the Apron Memories website, National Tie One on Day is a day to “give from the heart”. Tomorrow, we will give thanks for what we have. Today, you get the opportunity to put the “Give” back into Thanksgiving, by doing one small good deed for someone less fortunate.
How to Celebrate National Tie One on Day
Here’s the National Tie One on Day tradition:
- Bake a fresh loaf of bread. Wrap it up in a box or plastic wrap. Then, wrap a brand-new apron around it. Tuck an encouraging note, or a prayer, into the pocket of the apron.
- Now, give this to someone less fortunate. It can be someone who lost their job, is ill, recently lost a loved one or any other person in need.
- While you do not have to be an anonymous giver, it is better if you do.
“If you are not the one doing the cooking, stay out of the way and compliment the chef.” – – Michael Strahan
History and Origin of National Tie One on Day
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