No News is Good News Day
About No News is Good News Day
Date When Celebrated: This holiday is always observed on September 11
Hold the press! We don’t want the newspaper today. Turn off all news broadcasts. Today is No News Is Good News Day. We all could use a little good news.
No Radio broadcasts. No Television newscasts. And, heaven forbid…avoid the newspaper at all costs. Your local fish wrapper is always filled with bad news. The media thrives on it. Take a day off from all the bad news.
Happy No News Is Good News Day!
How to Celebrate No News is Good News Day
Do not read the paper, watch the evening news or listen to the news on the radio. Ignore all those news articles on the internet, too. After all, no news is good news.
Focus upon only good things that happen today. Certainly, this will lead to a happier you.
“I am indebted to my father for living, but to my teacher for living well.” – – Alexander the Great
History and Origin of No News is Good News Day
We found no factual information about this special day.
It did not take us long to figure out why the lack of information about this special day. You’d think this special day is truly newsworthy. Apparently, the creator felt that no news is good news. Recognizing this “Catch 22”, he (or she) remained silent about his creation.
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