March 2 is Old Stuff Day. Take some time on this made-up holiday to appreciate the beauty of all things old and vintage.
Or you can reflect on the same old (and sometimes boring) things that you do every day and take the opportunity to change things up.
How to Celebrate?
- Sort out that crammed attic or basement, and throw away any old things you have no use for anymore.
- Or, start a vintage collection. Visit thrift stores and flea markets – who knows what treasures you may come across?
- Take a bit of time today to contemplate your life and to add a few new activities or hobbies to spice up your routine. Continuing on the theme of old things, perhaps you could pick up collecting old rocks?
Did You Know…
…that earliest known pieces of jewelry made by humans are thought to be about 100,000 years old? Found in a cave in Israel, the pieces were made from mollusk shells.