February 29, 2012
Last Updated:
March 4, 2021

Leap Into Happiness this Leap Day

Today is Leap Day - it’s like a 24-hour bonus to your busy schedule. An extra day that only shows up once every four years.

You could stick to your usual schedule: get up, go to work, take care of the kids, do some chores, work out, eat dinner, and go to sleep. Lather, rinse, and repeat.

Or, you could take the extra day to do something for yourself. Why not feed your body the primary food that it is hungry for by spending time with your family? Or take the day to pamper yourself with a massage or pedicure? Here are a few Leap Day activity ideas that you could do to celebrate this extra day!

Show Yourself Some Love

Schedule an appointment for a massage, a pedicure, a facial – anything that will bring you the relaxation that you have trouble finding time for during the other 365 days of the year!

Think About What You Want

Are you thinking about changing careers or starting a business? Or maybe you have your eye on a promotion at work? Take today to focus on what you would like to do in your professional future, and put together a plan that will help you reach your goal.

Get a Hobby

Many of us have hobbies that we enjoy doing, but find it hard to fit them into our busy schedules. Set aside some time (or even the whole day!) to spend working on projects that bring you joy. 

What are you doing to make the most of Leap Day this year? 

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