As we go through 2014, every month has a number of holidays, each of which applies to at least some of us. So it occurred to me that I could use holidays as inspiration for articles leading up to the greatest secular holiday of the year: Oct. 2, 2014! The way I see it, we all will be celebrating starting the day after ICD-10 goes into effect.
I’m ignoring the fact that it probably won’t be right until sometime in 2015, but hey, the day after it’s official simply must provide some cause for celebration, don’t you think?
January has the Western New Year on Jan. 1 and the Chinese New Year on Jan. 31. And a great tradition many of us practice around this time is the making of resolutions. Officially, they are promises we make to ourselves to do something differently in the next 12 months: