Toss Away the “Could Haves” and “Should Haves” Day

July 17, 2021

July 17 Toss Away the “Could Haves” and “Should Haves” Day

What Is Toss Away the “Could Haves” and “Should Haves” Day?

Toss Away the “Could Haves” and “Should Haves” Day is the day to look back on our past mistakes, mishaps, or missed chances and make the conscious decision to let them go. This is the time to decide that living in the present and preparing for the future is more important than holding on to old memories and regrets. To participate in this day, start with a piece of paper with two columns. In one, write down your “could haves” and in the other, your “should haves”. Then, toss it away and let them go. When you’ve finished, make this resolution for the year ahead: “From this day forward, I choose not to live in the past. The past is history that I can not change. I can do something about the present; I choose to live in the present.”

When Is Toss Away the “Could Haves” and “Should Haves” Day?

On the third Saturday of July, we remind ourselves to let go of our past regrets and make the most of the time we have left with National Toss Away the “Could Haves” and “Should Haves” Day.

History Of Toss Away the “Could Haves” and “Should Haves” Day

Toss Away the “Could Haves” and “Should Haves” Day was created by motivational speaker and author Martha J. Ross-Rodgers.

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