Don't Cry Over Spilt Milk Day!
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When is Don't cry over spilt milk day?
This Weird Holiday is always celebrated on February 11th.

What is Don't cry over spilt milk day anyway?
It simply means don't worry and stress over the little things.  Enjoy life to it's fullest and savor each and every day with an optimistic attitude and a smile on your face!

It's a day to think positive, look on the bright side, and to find something good in everything that happens.
As the song says: Don't Worry, be Happy!

We all must realize that unexpected things are going to happen in our life and when it does take a deep breath, don't worry don't fret and "don't cry over spilt milk." Just know that everyone goes through bad days and try to take a positive attitude to what ever has happened and have faith that it can be fixed or corrected.  This is the only way you can get past it.

Mind over the matter
We all know the concept of the question: Is the glass half full or half empty? The pessimist sees it as half empty. The optimist sees it as half full. It's all an attitude towards life.

Definition of Positive Thinking
"Optimism is "an inclination to put the most favorable construction upon actions and events or to anticipate the best possible outcome". It is the philosophical opposite of pessimism. Optimists generally believe that people and events are inherently good, so that most situations work out in the end for the best.

Alternatively, some optimists believe that regardless of the external world or situation, one should choose to feel good about it and make the most of it. This kind of optimism doesn't say anything about the quality of the external world; it's an internal optimism about one's own feelings.

A common conundrum illustrates optimism-versus-pessimism with the question, does one regard a given glass of water, filled to half its capacity, as half full or as half empty? Conventional wisdom expects optimists to reply, "Half full," and pessimists to respond, "Half empty" (assuming that "full" is considered good, and "empty", bad)."
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