Friyay Everyday: Celebrating Life Like #YayEveryday

I love theย Friyay movement as much as anyone. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

Friyay and yayeveryday: Celebrating life

So many good things come on Friday: More time with loved ones, special events like concerts and parties, fun memories, two days off, most people are relaxing and having fun…and it just has good vibes. ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿผ Since a young age, we’ve been conditioned to work hard Monday-Friday, then we can kick our heels up and party. ๐ŸŽ‰ But what about for those who work weekends? What if they’re off on Monday? Their Monday is likely less “a case of the Mondays” and more like #Monyay. What if someone likes their job, or perhaps it’s their only time to have community with others? Don’t they live with a spirit of #Monyay? My son walked for the first time last week on #Tuesyay, #Wednesyay we danced, and #Thursyay I rocked him to sleep. #Saturyay we slept in and had this most decadent (and healthy!) carrot cake, and #Sunyay we had a fun day at the splash pad.

Are any of these days really more special than the other? They’re all a 24-hour period…and really a “day” that’s made up for sake of identification. They’re not a tangible, real living thing. Every day is pretty remarkable and deserves to be celebrated, for something good can come from every single day, big or small, whether we see it now or later. What if we lived with a #yayeveryday spirit, with every day having those enthusiastic #Friyay vibes?

If you’re with me, let’s promote #yayeveryday to spread the cheer, to find joy in our breath alone, and to celebrate life – for that’s what’s real.

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