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March 19, 2024 - National Let's Laugh Day & National Poultry Day

National Let's Laugh Day 😄 Get ready to bust a gut—it's National Let's Laugh Day! Laughter is truly the best medicine, and this lighthearted holiday, observed annually on March 19th, encourages us to embrace the joy of laughter and share a few giggles with friends, family, and colleagues. Whether you're watching a funny movie, listening to a comedian's stand-up routine, or simply sharing jokes and funny stories with loved ones, National Let's Laugh Day is the perfect opportunity to lighten the mood, reduce stress, and spread happiness through laughter. So don't be afraid to let loose and laugh until your sides hurt—it's good for the soul!

National Poultry Day 🍗 Cluck, gobble, quack—it's National Poultry Day! This tasty holiday celebrates all things poultry, from chickens and turkeys to ducks and geese. Poultry is a versatile and nutritious protein source enjoyed in countless dishes around the world, from crispy fried chicken and succulent roast turkey to savory duck confit and flavorful chicken soup. Whether you're frying, roasting, grilling, or stewing, National Poultry Day is the perfect excuse to whip up your favorite poultry-inspired dishes and savor the delicious flavors of poultry in all its forms.

Bonus Laughing Exercise 🌟 In honor of National Let's Laugh Day, why not try a laughter yoga session? Laughter yoga combines deep breathing exercises with playful laughter exercises to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and boost mood and energy levels. Gather a group of friends or family members, find a comfortable space to practice, and let the laughter flow as you engage in silly laughter exercises and embrace the joy of laughter. It's a fun and uplifting way to celebrate National Let's Laugh Day and reap the health benefits of laughter.

Join us in celebrating the joy of laughter and the deliciousness of poultry on March 19, 2024. Whether you're laughing with friends or enjoying a poultry feast with loved ones, let's come together to spread happiness, laughter, and good food on this delightful duo of holidays.

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