National Leon Day
National Leon Day, celebrated on June 25, is a celebration of Christmas fans who miss it! It is exactly halfway from past Christmas to the future. On this National Day, you can safely begin planning for the celebration of the next Christmas and preparation for it.
This is already a tradition for National Leon Day. Everyone who likes to decorate the house with their own hands is thinking of a new decor. Those who prefer to give handmade gifts to relatives and friends collect materials and tools, draw sketches of future creations. Many stores are starting one-day sales of Christmas paraphernalia.
Family and friends “rehearsals” for the Christmas party are arranged: people just gather for dinner and listen to Christmas carols. Charitable societies and foundations organize donation campaigns as a reminder that it is important to donate to charity regularly, and not in a blissful Christmas mood.
Why is the holiday so strangely called? It’s simple: read the word Leon backwards. It turns out Noel – one of the famous names of Christmas.
How to celebrate
How to celebrate National Leon Day with meaning:
- You too can start planning your own Christmas. Often, just before the holidays, fuss and rush, chaotic purchases of products and gifts begin. Why not plan ahead for the Christmas table menu and make a list of necessary products? Decide on gifts, make a list for them.
- Dreaming of a Christmas trip? Explore the countries where the holiday is stormy and impressive. Make an itinerary, think about accommodation options.
- Everyone is used to wearing terrifying sweaters at Christmas. They create a certain mood. But in the summer heat, putting on a sweater is not the smartest idea. Pick up other accessories for emotional uplift – a strange t-shirt or socks with deer!
When is National Leon Day celebrated in 2022?
National Leon Day is observed on June 25 each year.