30 National Holidays In June You've Got To Celebrate
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30 National Holidays In June You've Got To Celebrate

Another month means another 30 days of celebration!

30 National Holidays In June You've Got To Celebrate

Another month means another 30 days of celebration!!!! Here is a list of the upcoming national days in June!

June 1st: National Go Barefoot Day / National Nail Polish Day

Show off your freshly polished toes by not wearing shoes!

June 2nd: National Rotisserie Chicken Day

You know how good they smell as the cook in the grocery store...

June 3rd: National Egg Day

My name's Debbie and I like eggs.

June 4th: National Cheese Day

Sweet dreams are made of cheese... who am I to disa-brie?

June 5th: National Veggie Burger Day

Where's the beef? Not in my quinoa black bean burger!

June 6th: National Eye-wear Day

Put the contacts aside, it's time to rock those glasses!

June 7th: National Chocolate Ice Cream Day

Personally, I prefer vanilla, but I'll let chocolate ice cream have its moment.

June 8th: National Best Friends Day

We appreciate them every day, but today we should make it known!

June 9th: National Donald Duck Day

Most of us grew up in a world of Disney characters and this guy was one of them! He may have been grumpy, but we love him just that way!

June 10th: National Iced Tea Day

I basically live on iced tea in the summer so this won't be hard for me to participate in!

June 11th: National Corn on the Cob Day

Summer isn't summer without corn on the cob!

June 12th: National Peanut Butter Cookie Day

Two of the best foods in one!

June 13th: National Kitchen Klutzes of America Day

I love to cook, but I am a mess in the kitchen. Just as my cooking teacher in Spain about my Spanish omelette disaster(s).

June 14th: International Bath Day

Whether you choose to relax with a bath bomb and a glass of wine or fill it with bubbles and play with your rubber ducky, get in that tub!

June 15th: National Smile Power Day

Smiling is contagious, so make them spread!

June 16th: National Fudge Day

This day is just fudgin' awesome.

June 17th: National Eat Your Vegetables Day

Eat your vegetables every day!

June 18th: National Splurge Day

Me every day.

June 19th: National Martini Day

I feel like martinis are for sophisticated people, but why not give it a shot?

June 20th: National Vanilla Milkshake Day

My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard.

June 21st: National Selfie Day

Get out the selfie stick...

June 22nd: National Onion Rings Day

For the record, Funions don't count.

June 23rd: National Hydration Day

Hydrate or die.

June 24th: National Pralines Day

I'm not entirely sure what a praline is but it looks delicious.

June 25th: National Catfish Day

Freaky but tasty creatures

June 26th: National Chocolate Pudding Day

Again, I prefer vanilla...

June 27th: National Sunglasses Day

I wear my sunglasses at night...

June 28th: National Handshake Day

The formal handshake is just too simple

June 29th: National Waffle Iron Day

Team waffle all the way!

June 30th: National Meteor Watch Day

I can't promise you will see anything, but if you watch intently you may see a shooting star!

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