Upsy Daisy Day is an unofficial holiday aimed at encouraging positive emotions, thoughts, and moods in a person. The expression Upsy Daisy is often applied to a child who has fallen and then is picked up and calmed down. Also, an adult, having experienced any troubles, can pull himself together, think about the good, and calm down. And we must remember that a positive attitude means a lot in life.
This holiday’s founder was the American Stephanie West Allen. In 2003, she announced Upsy Daisy Day, which aims to combine humor, kindness, and good cheer in one celebration. She claimed everything that happens to a person is good. We need to be grateful for everything we have, everything we feel and experience. This is how it should be, and it will be even better. She urged people to realize that the thoughts we let into our lives materialize. Therefore, we need to live with positive, bright emotions and thoughts.
Positive thinking influences our wins and losses.
- A positive attitude makes a person receptive to new information.
- It is good for the heart, nervous system, and immunity.
- A person with positive thinking settles into society, finds a new job, and moves up the career ladder much faster.
How to take part
Try to think only of positive things. Give your loved ones a good mood: give a few compliments, say some kind words, write an anonymous note, or give a small gift. If you have time, attend psychological courses or meditation sessions.
When is Upsy Daisy Day celebrated in 2023?
Upsy Daisy Day is observed on June 8 each year.