We celebrate National I Care About You Day on October 25, so plan something special for your friends and family! On this day, we salute everyone in our lives for no reason, just telling them that we are grateful. Although this holiday was recently launched in 2016, this day has gained popularity through social media hashtags and post sharing. Scroll down to learn more about creative ways to celebrate those who make life better.
National I Care About You Day Activities
Throw a party for everyone
You can invite your favorite friends to participate in a movie marathon or game night. No matter how big or small, it doesn’t matter, as long as everyone you want to respect is there to spend a good time.
Send a card to a loved one
Handwritten notes are so rare, but they will never be out of date. Composing words of inspiration and love will last a lifetime. This gift is not only for family and friends but even for a colleague who makes the workplace full of charm.
Shout your love to the world
You can apply the hashtag “#NationaliCareAboutYouDay” and get all other emotional posts on Facebook with your friends. This, along with a good meal, is a reliable way to connect with the people you care about most.
Significance of National I Care About You Day
Opportunity to reconnect
For whatever reason, we may feel guilty about not keeping in touch with friends. However, celebrating this holiday will give you the opportunity to meet people you haven’t contacted in a while. There is nothing more powerful than the feeling of being told that it is important, and if you all plan to meet, there are bonus points.
Give or receive appreciation
Life is busy, but a word of encouragement or appreciation can change everything. National I Care for You Day makes people vulnerable, happy and happy. Whether it’s giving or receiving appreciation, taking time out on this day can invigorate and improve morale wherever you need it.
Opportunity to make new friends
The beginning of any solid relationship is an incredible first meeting. Remember, there is only one opportunity to appreciate the people we admire in our lives. This holiday provides an excellent opportunity to create new bonds in the coming years.
Some Quotes on National I Care About You Day
There are some quotes about this day. You can share the quotes with your friends and family. These quotes give you extra taste and flavor in celebration.
- Nobody cares how much you know, until they know how much you care. Theodore Roosevelt
- Leadership is not about being in charge. Leadership is about taking care of those in your charge. Simon Sinek
- I’m very happy with this new record. It’s dealing with different aspects of love-it’s me making a statement about people doing something with their lives. It is about caring for others. Barry White
- The happiest people are those who do the most for others. The most miserable are those who do the least. Booker T. Washington
- Caring for others creates the spirit of a nation. Pat Nixon
- Caring for others is an expression of what it means to be fully human. Hillary Clinton
- If you wish to experience peace, provide peace for another. If you wish to know that you are safe, cause another to know that they are safe. If you wish to better understand seemingly incomprehensible things, help another to better understand. If you wish to heal your own sadness or anger, seek to heal the sadness or anger of another. Dalai Lama
- At the end of life we will not be judged by how many diplomas we have received, how much money we have made, how many great things we have done. We will be judged by “I was hungry, and you gave me something to eat, I was naked and you clothed me. I was homeless, and you took me in. Mother Teresa
- There are only four kinds of people in the world – those who have been caregivers, those who are caregivers, those who will be caregivers and those who will need caregivers. Rosalynn Carter
- If we could look into each other’s hearts and understand the unique challenges each of us faces, I think we would treat each other much more gently, with more love, patience, tolerance, and care. Marvin J. Ashton