Mark your 2018 calendar with these fun and funny holidays

To help you enjoy 2018, The Washington post created their own calendar with holidays you may not have heard about. They say these holidays might inspire you to appreciate something, try something new or do something silly:
Penguin Awareness Day (January 20)
Library Lovers Day (February 14)
International Goof-Off Day (March 22)
National Pet Parents Day (April 29)
Free Comic Book Day (May 5)
World Juggling Day (June 16)
World Emoji Day (July 17)
National Lighthouse Day (August 7)
Positive Thinking Day (September 13)
National Black Cat Day (October 27)
Use Less Stuff Day (November 15)
Chocolate Covered Anything Day (December 16)