Nov5 Fun Holiday – Zero Tasking Day
The first Sunday of November is not only the end of the Daylight Saving Time period in the United States, it is also Zero Tasking Day.
The unofficial holiday encourages people to take it easy, give up multitasking for a day and well, do no tasks.
How to Celebrate?
- Do nothing and just relax.
- Enjoy the extra hour you get because of the end of DST by taking a leisurely walk in the park or drinking coffee or tea while people watching at the mall.
Did You Know…
…that contrary to popular belief the correct grammatical term is Daylight Saving Time, not Daylight Savings Time?
Zero Tasking Day Observances
|Fun Holiday: Zero Tasking Day Observances|
|2023||Sun||Nov 5||Zero Tasking Day|
|2024||Sun||Nov 3||Zero Tasking Day|
|2025||Sun||Nov 2||Zero Tasking Day|
|2026||Sun||Nov 1||Zero Tasking Day|
|2027||Sun||Nov 7||Zero Tasking Day|
|2028||Sun||Nov 5||Zero Tasking Day|
|2029||Sun||Nov 4||Zero Tasking Day|
|2030||Sun||Nov 3||Zero Tasking Day|
|2031||Sun||Nov 2||Zero Tasking Day|
|2032||Sun||Nov 7||Zero Tasking Day|