Reasons To Celebrate January 25!
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National Irish Coffee Day (January 25) US Observance
Irish coffee (Irish: Caife Gaelach) is a cocktail consisting of hot coffee, Irish whiskey, and sugar, stirred, and usually topped with thick cream. The original recipe explicitly uses cream that has not been whipped, although whipped cream is often used. Irish coffee may be considered a variation on the hot toddy.

         • We celebrate "National Irish Coffee Day" along with National Irish Coffee Week which is celebrated                  the 4th week in January.
         • National Hot Toddy Day is celebrated January 11th.

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Burns Night / Burns Supper (January 25) Scotland and Northern Ireland
"A Burns supper is a celebration of the life and poetry of the poet Robert Burns, author of many Scots poems. The suppers are normally held on or near the poet's birthday, 25 January, sometimes also known as Robert Burns Day or Burns Night (Burns Nicht), although they may in principle be held at any time of the year."

"Burns suppers are most common in Scotland and Northern Ireland, but occur wherever there are Burns Clubs, Scottish Societies, expatriate Scots, or lovers of Burns' poetry."

"At the end of the poem, a whisky toast will be proposed to the haggis, then the company will sit and enjoy the meal. The main course is haggis, and is traditionally served with mashed potatoes (tatties) and mashed neeps. A dessert course, cheese courses, coffee, etc. may also be part of the meal. The courses normally use traditional Scottish recipes."

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Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day (January 25 in 2010) U.S. Observance
Note!!! This is a movable holiday that is celebrated on the last Monday of January.
"Because bubble wrap makes a recognizable "popping" sound when compressed and punctured, it can be used as a source of amusement and to alleviate stress. Acknowledging this alternative use, some websites provide a "virtual bubble wrap" program which displays a sheet of bubble wrap that users may "pop" by clicking on the bubbles." So celebrate a day of snapping bubble wrap!

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National Take Back Your Time Week  U.S. Observance
(Annually, the last full week (Monday through Friday) of January)
Time management literature paraphrased: "Get Organized" - paperwork and task triage "Protect Your Time" - insulate, isolate, delegate "set gravitational goals" - that attract actions automatically "Achieve through Goal management Goal Focus"

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National Medical Group Practice Week (Last of January) U.S. Observance
A week to advance the awareness and understanding of medical group practices as a premier form of health care delivery. www.medicalgrouppracticeweek.com

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Better Business Communication Day (January 25 for 2010) U.S. Observance
Annually, the 4th Monday in January
This is a day set aside to encourage all workers to acknowledge the importance of effective communication in the workplace.  Web: www.corspan.org.

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Other noted Observances for January 25
  •  Fluoride Day
  •  National Opposite Day
  •  A Room Of One's Own Day
  •  National Compliment Day
  •  101 Dalmatian's Birthday (1961)
  •  Fun At Work Day - (Calendars also show it on Jan. 27th.)
  •  Nellie Bly Returns From Her 72-day Trip Around the World Jan 25, 1890

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Significant January
• January Flower of the monthCarnation, Snowdrop.
Zodiac Signs:  Capricorn / The Goat / Dec. 22 - Jan. 19 -
  Pisces / The Fish / Feb.19 - Mar. 20
• The name for the Moon in  January is called Old Moon,
  Moon after Yule, Storm Moon.
• The Full Moon: Find out when it's a Full Moon in January.
• January Birthstone:  Garnet - Meaning: Constancy

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See Also:
Recipe Directory for Traditional Holiday Food
January Holiday Calendar & Observances
January Food Holidays
Weird January Holidays

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