Going back to work after the festive season can be quite difficult. Let’s be honest, the thought of going back into the office after the New Year celebrations is not a happy one. All of the holiday hype has gone and January just so happens to be the longest working month of the year.
Combating the January Blues
While it may be hard, try not to succumb to those pesky blues. Instead, go into attack mode and let the new year challenge you. Let’s start with preparing for your next event.
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There’s plenty of awareness and celebratory events throughout the year, which could use wristbands, and to make things easier, we’ve compiled a list for you. Check them out below.
- Dry January
- Walk Your Dog Month
- Martin Luther King Day (20)
- Cervical Cancer Prevention Week (21 – 27)
- World Cancer Day (4)
- Valentine’s Day (14)
- Eating Disorders Awareness Week (24 – 28)
- Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
- Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month
- Brain Awareness Week (11 – 17)
- International Day of Happiness (20)
- Mother’s Day (22)
- Bowel Cancer Awareness Month
- Stress Awareness Month
- Allergy Awareness Week (22 – 28)
- On Your Feet Britain (26)
- National Walking Month
- Deaf Awareness Month
- Sun Awareness Month
- Mental Health Awareness Month
- Festival Season
- School Summer Break
- World Suicide Prevention Day (10)
- National Fitness Day (25)
- Breast Cancer Awareness Month
- Dyslexia Awareness Week (7 – 8)
- World Mental Health Day (10)
- School Half Term
- Halloween (31)
- Firework Night (5)
- National Stress Awareness Day (6)
- Alcohol Awareness Week (18 – 24)
The above are just a few mentions to get you started. January doesn’t need to be dreadful. In fact, January may just be the right time to get on top of things and be prepared for the rest of the year. Start how you mean to go on.
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