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All of us would like to be healthier, to look better, and to live well both physically and spiritually. Living well is almost the entire world’s shared dream.

As everything that is precious to us has been honored with a special day, why is it that we don’t have a special global day dedicated to the only thing which is really valuable to all of us, that is, living well? We can now answer this question by saying “it now exists”. This special day is called Global Wellness Day.

With the slogan “One day can change your whole life,” we celebrate Global Wellness Day on the second Saturday of June every year as an international day dedicated to living well.

Global Wellness Day is an entirely not-for-profit day, a social project created by volunteers dedicated to living well. The purpose of Global Wellness Day is to ask the question, even if for just one day, “How can I live a healthier and better life?”, to direct the thoughts of both individuals and society towards “living well” and to raise awareness.

The main aims of the day are:

    • To recognize the value of our lives
    • To pause and think, even if for just one day of the year
    • To be free from the stress of everyday city life and bad habits
    • To make peace with ourselves
    • To raise awareness about living well and increase motivation, not just for today, but for the remaining 364 days of the year

    To get one step closer towards living well, let our manifesto be your starting point.

    In order to make Wellness a lifestyle, Global Wellness Day aims to adopt the following seven simple steps. What is important is not to implement all of the steps all at once, but to incorporate at least just a few of them into your daily life on a regular basis:

    1. Walk for an hour
    2. Drink more water
    3. Do not use plastic bottles
    4. Eat organic foods
    5. Do a good deed
    6. Have a family dinner
    7. Sleep at 10pm

    First celebrated in 2012, Global Wellness Day was established in Turkey as the “first” day dedicated to living well, and has now been accepted world-wide, and it is officially celebrated in 73 countries in 2015, reflecting its success.

    You can get in touch with the team to celebrate Global Wellness Day in your country.

    Contact: sponsor@globalwellnessday.org