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Use Less Stuff Day (Third Thurs of Nov) - Use Less Stuff Day is observed annually on the Third Thursday of November. In hope of some of the year’s biggest and busiest shopping days in the United States – Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the private holiday motive people to buy and use fewer things to reduce environmental waste and lower their energy use.
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You Matter to Me Day (Oct 7) - Four words, one phrase that can make a profound difference to every person who hears it and shares it. You Matter to Me Day. The annual event of acknowledging the people who matter to each of us, held on October 7 every year since 2010.
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