National Memo Day
National Memo Day is celebrated on May 21 of every year. National Memo Day marks the most important piece of communication called “Memorandum” or “Memo.” A Memorandum is a note or document or other forms of communication which reminds us of something important. The memos are used mostly in the workplace. Simply, the memorandum or Memo is a note made to note down the important message for the future use, especially in business.
History of National Memo Day
The exact origin and the founder of National Memo Day are still unknown. But the day is all about those handy memos which bring attention to solve various obstacles, issues and concerns and it serves as a valuable reminder. From marking the relevant dates, addresses and telephone numbers to directions, grocery lists and to-do lists, memos will be very useful. From sticky notes to pieces of scrap paper, Memos are must-haves tools in today’s busy society.
Other Celebrations on May 21
May 21 is also celebrated as
- World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development
- Rapture Party Day
- National Waitstaff Day
- I Need A Patch For That Day
How to celebrate National Memo Day
On National Memo Day 2018, you can remind yourself of a specific topic by using a memo, or you can inform other people about something necessary that they shouldn’t forget. You can even draft a memo as a reminder for the next upcoming National Memo Day. You can also tally up how many times you actually use memos so that you can get a feel for how important they are. Post pictures and share your thoughts on social media about Memo Day by using the hashtags #NationalMemoDay or #MemoDay.