Zero Tasking Day falls on the first Sunday of November. In 2022 it will be on November 6th. On this day, take a break from the hustle and bustle of life and relax in peace and tranquility. Resist the temptation to do more than one thing and instead just “do nothing”.
Zero Tasking Day was created by Nancy Christie, an author and blogger who believed in living life to the fullest. She taught people to prioritize spiritual values over material ones and to do things well instead of doing many tasks. Psychologists also support the day as it helps manage anxiety and worries. It is also noted that according to nationality, culture, and gender, people have different amounts of “free time”. In general, men have 5 more hours of free time per week than women.
- Nancy Christie advocated living life to its fullest.
- She taught people to prioritize spiritual values over material ones.
- Psychologists support the day as it helps manage anxiety and worries.
- The amount of “free time” depends on nationality, culture, and gender.
- Men have 5 more hours of free time per week than women.
How to take part
Start by getting a good night’s sleep. Put your alarm clock aside for the day and let the day move in its own course. Relaxation is something that needs to be learned and Zero Tasking Day is the perfect opportunity to do that.
When is Zero Tasking Day celebrated in 2023?
Zero Tasking Day is observed on the first Sunday of November each year.