This is a continuum from previous articles. If you want to see the November holidays for week 1, week 2, and week 3, visit here, here, and here (respectively).
22. Humane Society Anniversary: 2010 will mark the 56th anniversary of the National Humane Society. The Humane Society is the largest animal protection group that works to improve the lives of all animals.
23. Eat a Cranberry Day: This day is to remind us that cranberries do indeed have health benefits. It’s helpful that this month is when people are most likely to buy cranberry sauce!
24. Celebrate Your Unique Talent Day: Finally! A day where we can flaunt and brag about our talents without restraint!
25. Thanksgiving Day: I’m assuming you know about Thanksgiving. Enjoy your big ‘ol turkey, but don’t forget to put all the food away before staggering off to bed.
National Parfait Day: In case you aren’t too busy with Thanksgiving festivities, grab a parfait!
26. Black Friday: Time to get your Christmas Shopping on! With all those fabulous sales, it’s hard to resist whipping out the credit cards.
Buy Nothing Day: This day is “celebrated” by social activists. It is an attempt at raising awareness to over-consumption, and was created in 1992.
National Flossing Day: This day is always the day after Thanksgiving. Everyone is supposed to floss everyday. As if the dentist’s reminder to floss isn’t enough, there’s even a day to shame us into sticking that wax thread between our teeth.
27. Pins and Needles Day: Originally a day to mark the opening of the play Pins and Needles, it is now a day for anticipation.
28. Make Your Own Head Day: This is sure random. This can have a double meaning, like a lot of other observances. You can literally make a head, such as playing with a Mr. Potato Head or creating a mask, or you can re-evaluate who you are – your positive traits, your negative traits, and the differences between the two.
29. Square Dance Day: Grab your partner and dosey doe!
30. Stay at Home Because You’re Well Day: This holiday is copyright by Wellcat.com. It is intended to let employees call in “well” at work. However, I am not sure if I recommend this.