How many milestones in your life to you celebrate? Many people only mark their birthdays and anniversaries. It’s important that you celebrate all of your milestones and major accomplishments, though. Celebrating gives us a sense of achievement, and it’s a great way of rewarding ourselves for a job well done.
Why is celebrating underrated? Some people seem to celebrate anything at the drop of the hat, but these people really just want an excuse to party. They’re not celebrating anything in particular. To truly celebrate, you have to have a good reason. Otherwise, it’s just a party. A celebration has to be about something.
It has to have its basis in emotions, too. You party when you want to have fun. You celebrate when you have an accomplishment you want to share with others. You have pride in the fact that you’ve accomplished something—you’ve graduated, finished a major project, or received a promotion. The emotions that go along with these accomplishments fuel your celebration.
Many people don’t see the point of celebrating. They mark the achievement off and move on. But celebrating is part of the reward of a job well done. It doesn’t necessarily mean you go out and party every single time you accomplish something. You can have a celebration all by yourself. It can be having a dessert or a glass of wine. You can celebrate by buying yourself something new or something you’ve wanted for a while but didn’t want to spend the money on. A celebration is your pat on the back, and you deserve it.
If you’re celebrating something, why not give yourself a beautiful arrangement of flowers? Or send a bouquet to someone as a way of celebrating with them. We have some beautiful arrangements available for delivery in Washington, D.C., and the surrounding areas.