Ty Wilson Law January 2019

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Make every day a holiday with these odd January holidays!

17. Ditch NewYear’s Resolutions Day

1. National Hangover Day 2. Run up the Flagpole and See if Anyone Salutes Day

18. Thesaurus Day

19. National Popcorn Day 20. Penguin Awareness Day

3. Festival of Sleep Day

Learning to drive is a rite of passage for teenagers, but it’s also a frightening time for parents. The child you’ve raised and loved since the moment they were born is about to get behind the wheel of a machine that contributes to 33 percent of all teenage deaths, according to DoSomething.org. You have every right to be terrified, and just like your parents did when you were growing up, you will have to let your child go. However, there are ways to help keep your teen — and the people around them— safe. According to the Department of Motor Vehicles, distracted driving is the No. 1 cause of serious accidents among teens, and their age group is already more likely to ride without their seat belts fastened and to speed. Your child may be a responsible teenager, but don’t assume they will have the willpower to ignore their phone. Here are a few ways you can educate your child about safe driving and ignoring distractions. ROADWOES Help Your Teen Create Safe Driving Habits

4. Trivia Day

21. Squirrel

Appreciation Day

5. National Bird Day

22. National Blonde Brownie Day 23. MeasureYour Feet Day

6. Cuddle Up Day

7. Old Rock Day

8. Bubble Bath Day

9. National Take the Stairs Day

24. Compliment Day

25. Opposite Day

10. Peculiar People Day

26. Spouse’s Day

11. Step in a Puddle and SplashYour Friend’s Day 12. Feast of Fabulous Wild Men Day

27. Punch the Clock Day

28. BubbleWrap

Monkey See, Monkey Do

Appreciation Day

Have you ever caught yourself making a sandwich the same way your dad did or saying the exact same things to your children your mom used to say to you? That’s because we all inevitably pick up on our parents’ tendencies and traits, and your driving habits will likely be repeated by your kids.

29. National Cornchip Day

13. International Skeptics Day

30. National Inane

14. Dress UpYour Pet Day

AnsweringMessage Day

To lead by example, put your phone in your purse or center console. If you use your phone for GPS, install a phone stand in a safe location on your dashboard and turn your phone on

15. National Hat Day

31. Backward Day

airplane mode once you set your destination. Your phone’s GPS will work without cell service, and you won’t be distracted by pinging messages.

16. Appreciate a Dragon Day

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