Pandemonium Day

Pandemonium Day is celebrated on July 14 of every year. Pandemonium Day is a yearly celebration of Chaos and disorder. The day reminds the chaos and uncertainty which marks the most of our lives. The day encourages the people to take an entirely different look at upheavals and changes in their lives. Hence Pandemonium Day is a day which inspires the celebrators to look out different ways to take a breather from the daily grunt and to make order and equilibrium in their lives.

People themselves are full of tunnels: winding, dark spaces and caverns; impossible to know all the places inside of them. Impossible even to imagine.” – Lauren Oliver

History of Pandemonium Day

The creator or founder of Pandemonium Day is still unknown. The day is to take a breather from all the stuffiness which comes with living a life too ordered and a scheduled one. There is a term known as “Landing in a rut” which describes the same thing that you are doing the same tasks day in and day out without any deviation or variance. Hence, you must need a little pandemonium in your life like random madness and spontaneous acts which will bring about great experiences, adventures, and memories that you can spring and share your entire lives. Life was meant to be lived with full of happiness and exploring our uniqueness, not steamed into a three-piece suit and living out each day according to somebody else’s pre-determined view. So Pandemonium Day is a perfect day to say goodbye to all your stuff and free yourself from expectations.

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Other Celebrations on July 14

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How to Celebrate Pandemonium Day

Celebrating the Pandemonium Day is quite easy and very simple to remember. Take measures to reduce the confusions and the stress which comes with it. Make a perfect chore chart and stick to it daily. Don’t feel guilty of not to accomplish a few chores once in a while. You can ask help from family members and friends to close the tasks if they are overwhelming. You can use the hashtag #PandemoniumDay to post on social media.

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