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Why You Should Always Commemorate Special Events

As we get older, special events and occasions seem to happen less and less frequently. As kids, there’s always something to celebrate. From exam results to driving lessons and everything in between. Each birthday gets a huge celebration, and everything that excites us is commemorated in some unique way. Then, we get older, there are fewer special events and even the constants, like birthdays and anniversaries, are given much less focus than they once were.

 

This is a shame. Whether it’s the Boston Celtics winning a vital championship game, or you gaining an essential new contract at work, it’s important to honor any special event, even if others don’t see the significance. Here’s a look at why.

 Why You Should Always Commemorate Special Events

To Break Life Up

Even when we’re happy, and enjoy our lives, things can start to get a little boring. Especially when we’re busy. You get up at the same time, go to work, come home and get an early night ready to start it all again the next day. You can quite quickly find you’ve fallen into a very tight routine and that there’s no time for anything else.

 

This isn’t a bad thing. If you enjoy your work and have a great home life, a routine can be useful. But, that doesn’t mean you don’t need a little excitement sometimes. Don’t just focus on the big events like a birthday or vacation. Make the most of anything that’s worth celebrating.

 

To Treat Yourself

Commemorating events doesn’t need to be huge. You could just buy yourself a treat or go out for a meal. Treating yourself is a great way to boost your mood and confidence. Don’t wait for others to give you their time and attention. Take any excuse to make yourself feel good.

 

To Create Lasting Memories

Without commemoration, special events, even large ones, can slip by unnoticed and unremembered. Making a big deal, having a celebration and honoring the event or occasion helps you to create important memories. Memories that will stick with you, bringing you pleasure in years to come. When you are old, sitting with your grandchildren, it can be these memories that lead to the best stories.

 

To Get Back in Touch

Families now live all over the country, if not the world. Technology means it’s easier than ever to stay in touch when we live miles apart, but it’s just not the same as a good get together. Use any event as an excuse to get your family and friends back together and have some fun with a fantastic dinner party.

 

To De-Stress

Life is stressful. Many of us work high-pressure jobs and try to fit far too much into our days. Celebrating a special event, even a small one, not only breaks up your usual routine. It also helps you to relax and unwind. Take the chance to release tension and de-stress whenever you can. A significant event is a perfect excuse to forget about any worries and pressures.

 

Celebrate all your special events. Enjoy and make the most of them as you never know when the next one will come.

About the Author

Da Vinci, Editor in Chief of Your Life After 25, has carved out her own position as a “Realistic Optimist,” and modern day Renaissance woman. Your Life After 25 is the women’s magazine for all women, but we put a spin on things and also make sure to embrace life for ladies over 25. Whether you’re 25, 30, 35, 40, 50 or older we have something for you! Your Life After 25 “Believe It Or Not, It Does Go On”

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