Today is World Naked Gardening Day!
World Naked Gardening Day is the kind of international holiday that we can really get behind.
Each year, World Naked Gardening Day is celebrated on the first Saturday in May. In 2020, we’re marking this auspicious occasion on Saturday 2 May.
The good news? This is one of the few things that hasn’t been cancelled by the Covid-19 pandemic.
How do you celebrate World Naked Gardening Day?
While it’s lovely if you have a massive garden that you can romp around naked in, wherever you live you can take part in World Naked Gardening Day in a way that makes sense to you.
Many of us are living in small flats or shared houses with no access to a garden. Don’t let that stop you. Even if you have to borrow a pot-plant from your house-mate, you can still embrace the joy that comes from getting your clothes off and immersing yourself in a bit of nature.
Your interpretation of gardening is totally up to you. You could do some weeding, re-pot something, get the hose out, or just roll around on the grass.
Should I share my World Naked Gardening Day on social media?
Unless there’s a photo on Instagram, no one is going to believe that it happened.
The hashtags you need are #wngd or #worldnakedgardeningday
Think about your props and getting your angles right. This one could go viral!