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World Sauntering Day: 19 June

World Sauntering Day - 19 June

World Sauntering Day also known as International Sauntering Day is observed on the 19th of June each year. It was created by W. T. Rabe in 1979 with one mission in mind – to encourage people to slow down and enjoy life instead of rushing through their day. Stop and smell the roses!

In some parts of the world, 28th August is celebrated as the World Sauntering Day.


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