Zero Tasking Day

November 1st

What is Zero-Tasking Day?

Zero-Tasking Day is Nov. 1. If you haven't noticed already, that is the day that daylights savings time starts. That morning we get an extra hour because without it, all of our regular activities would be pushed back into the middle of the night eventually. This is where the zero-tasking begins. In that hour, you can do many things before continuing your regular schedule. It is really your choice how you want to celebrate this holiday. You can sleep, read, it's really up to you. Make sure to see the list of things you can do in that hour below if you are really not sure.

How Should You Spend Your Hour of Freedom This Zero-Tasking Day?

Here Are a Few Suggestions if You Are Bored Out of Your Mind

  • Reading
  • Sleeping
  • Getting a head start on the process of getting ready
  • Get up, and go on an early morning run
  • Draw
  • Watch the news
  • Call a relative/friend
  • Get ahead on work (school-work or your job if it is possible)
  • Practice (music, some sports, or other)
  • Go on a walk
  • Make special breakfast
  • Play board-game
  • Get to work on chores
  • Water plants
  • Plan ahead

Why Should This Become a Bigger Holiday, and Why Do You Need to Celebrate it?

This should become a bigger holiday because it is celebrating the free-time before we go of to work. Whether we are working through a tough day at school, or a stressful day at work, we just have an hour to ourselves in the morning to do what we want to do before work, and relax a little

You should celebrate this because it is very relieving when you have a whole entire hour to do whatever you want to do, and if you are the kind of person who doesn't have much time to your-self in the day, then this is perfect for you. I assure you that you should celebrate this holiday.