Let go of everything that doesn’t make your life awesome!
It’s a holiday with deep roots touching unconsumption, the slow movement, downshifting, and voluntary simplicity. Unlike many holidays, it doesn’t involve obligations or expense or overblown expectations of specialness. It does not require us to interact with people whom we do not wish to interact with. In fact, it doesn’t require us to do anything. Discardia is celebrated by letting go of what doesn’t add value to your life—whether physical object, habit, or emotional baggage—and replacing it with what makes your world truer to your essential self. The core concept is this: If we continually discard what doesn’t help us, we’ll be left with more of what does—more space, energy, and time to make our lives even better.
A day of illusions.
The day is marked by the commission of hoaxes and other practical jokes, or sending someone on a fool’s errand, the aim of which is to embarrass the stupid.
A synchronized global mass celebration of a better world and the active creation of desirable reality, under the premise that social awareness participates in the creation of reality.
Celebrate this day with random acts of kindness to tourists. Those who find this difficult can go some place out of town and pretend to be tourists
A seasonal holy day of drunken antics and hallucinogenic fugues
Sloth Days are celebrated by not doing anything to celebrate them
A Day of Discord. Each Day of Discord has a long tradition of being a Discordian gathering day. Some say that, whenever two or more Discordians gather in Her name, the Day of Discord is there.
Teen Literature Day is for raising awareness among the general public that young adult literature is a vibrant, growing genre with much to offer today’s teens.
It’s a holyday devoted to literacy that also gives us an excuse for cosplay. What’s not to love?
Give yourselves a well deserved break