Fun Holiday: National Goof Off Day
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Fun Holiday: National Goof Off Day

Doing nothing "leads to the very finest anything," as Winnie the Pooh famously stated

Fun Holiday: National Goof Off Day

Undoubtedly, a lot has already been said about the significance of diligence and commitment to further productivity. Having said that, today is the complete opposite! National Goof Off Day serves as a reminder to diligent employees that everything has its proper time, including doing absolutely nothing. If at all feasible, during the entire day.

Doing nothing "leads to the very finest anything," as Winnie the Pooh famously stated. And for many people, that something is a day free from all the stress of "doing," as well as a feeling of inner serenity and relaxation. Therefore it's time to learn to appreciate National Goof Off Day by taking a hint from Winnie the Pooh!

Watch comedic films

Try these hilarious films, which are primarily about having fun:

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1983)

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Three buddies skip class and have a wild day in Chicago in a John Hughes movie starring Matthew Broderick and Alan Ruck.

Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure (1989)

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In this comical tale, Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter play two teenagers who travel across time to make a presentation for history class.

Dumb & Dumber (1994)

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A comedy starring Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels in which they embark on an absurd road trip to return a bag of cash to its owner and encounter a series of absurd accidents.

The Breakfast Club (1985)

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Another classic John Hughes movie (because what else was there in the 1980s? ), this one follows five teenagers who waste their Saturday detention day by acting silly at school.

American Graffiti (1973)

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George Lucas directed this comedy set in the 1960s, about a gang of youngsters who are essentially doing a whole lot of nothing before he filmed the Star Wars movies.