No Brainer Day - this day is for me!
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
No Brainer Day
When : Always February 27th
No Brainer Day - now this day is for me!
By definition, a "No brainer" is dong something that is simple, easy, obvious, and/or totally logical. Therefore, today is the day for you to do all those "no brainer" tasks and activities. If a project requires thinking, study, or analysis of any kind, then its not the chore to do today.
Some people think that Christmas should be every day of the year. They even sing that theme in popular holiday songs. But, we think that No Brainer Day should be every day of the year.
We think you'll quickly get the hang of the concept of the day. And, were certain you will excel at No Brainer Day!
Origin of No Brainer Day:
This day was created by Adrienne Sioux Koopersmith, 'America's Premier Eventologist' - per Insight Magazine - Washington, DC - August, 1995, and 'The Premier Eventologist in the History of the World - per The Chicago Tribune - Chicago, Il - January 2001.
This is a really special and valuable day. Creating it, therefore, would be a no brainer! Documenting it, however, may not quite fit the spirit of the day.
This Day in History February 27
Edict of Thessalonica: Emperor Theodosius I, with co-emperors Gratian and Valentinian II, declare their wish that all Roman citizens convert to trinitarian Christianity. (380)
The University of Constantinople is founded by Emperor Theodosius II at the urging of his wife Aelia Eudocia. (Behind every man...) (425)
Henry IV is crowned King of France. (1594)
American Revolutionary War: the Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge in North Carolina breaks up a Loyalist militia. (1776)
Pursuant to the District of Columbia Organic Act of 1801, Washington, D.C. is placed under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Congress. (1801)
Abraham Lincoln makes a speech at Cooper Union in the city of New York that is largely responsible for his election to the Presidency. (1860)
American Civil War: The first Northern prisoners arrive at the Confederate prison at Andersonville, Georgia. (1864)
A challenge to the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, allowing women the right to vote, is rebuffed by the Supreme Court of the United States in Leser v. Garnett. (1922)
The Twenty-second Amendment to the United States Constitution, limiting Presidents to two terms, is ratified. (1951)
The American Indian Movement occupies Wounded Knee, South Dakota. (1973)
Gulf War: U.S. President George H. W. Bush announces that "Kuwait is liberated". (1991)