December 29th: National Tick Tock Day-Reflect On Your 2023 Before 2024


National Tick Tock Day is celebrated on December 29 every year, and it reminds us to use our time wisely and cherish the moments that pass us by . This special day was created by Thomas Roy, an American film, television, and voiceover actor, and his wife Ruth Roy. The couple also came up with over 80 special days which are in the “Chase’s Calendar of Events.” One of those is Tick Tock Day .

The holiday encourages us to reflect on the past year and think about how we can make the most of the time we have left. It is a time to set goals, make plans, and take action to achieve our dreams. Whether it's spending more time with loved ones, pursuing a new hobby, or traveling to a new place, National Tick Tock Day is a reminder to live life to the fullest.

What did you accomplished in the past year, and what do you want to achieve in the coming year? 

Do you think you should write down all the things you want to do in your lifetime, and start working on them one by one? 

What about the time you spent with good friends and loved ones? Are you in  conversations, participating in travel or trips together, playing a home board game, or listening to your favorite music together? 

Have you called up a friend or family member you haven't spoken to in a while to catch up? Time is a ticking- so get to it before the year runs out on Dec 31st! 

Have you tried something new this past year? Would you continue it into 2024? Whether it's a new hobby, a new recipe, or a new workout routine, did you challenge yourself to step out of your comfort zone? I actually made homemade yeast rolls this year! Whoopee! 

Did you travel to a new place or explore a new local area in 2023? Will you continue in 2024 to explore a new city or country and experience new cultures and traditions.

Remember, life can seem so short, and everyday is a gift as time is precious. National Tick Tock Day is a reminder to make the most of every moment, and live life to the fullest. 
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