October 19 marks the celebration of Evaluate Your Life Day, a day dedicated to reflecting on your life and evaluating your actions and decisions. This holiday was created by Thomas and Rude Roy and is celebrated by the website Wellcat Holidays, which specializes in quirky and unusual holidays. This holiday is intended to help us understand our successes and failures and become the best version of ourselves.
Thomas and Rude Roy created Evaluate Your Life Day in order to encourage people to reflect on their own self-esteem, analyzing their achievements, mistakes, and plans. This holiday is intended to help us become the best version of ourselves by evaluating our life and decisions objectively.
- American writer Rupert Green wrote that self-esteem largely depends on the attention that a person receives from others.
- One of the most effective ways to study self-esteem is the technique of S.A. Budassi, which offers a list of 48 words that characterize a person, from which you must choose 20 that you consider your ideal.
- Psychologist Marilyn Sorensen developed a test to determine an individual’s level of self-confidence.
How to take part
To take part, it is important to analyze yourself, either on your own or with the help of a specialist. Psychological tests may be useful in this evaluation. It may also be beneficial to keep a notebook divided into two parts: one to record your successes and the other to record your failures and mistakes. You may also find it helpful to keep a diary or journal in which you report to yourself on tasks and work done. Doing this will help to systematize and control your life.
When is Evaluate Your Life Day celebrated in 2022?
Evaluate Your Life Day is observed on October 19 each year.