Dirty dishes, part of life. A lot of time, money and energy is spent every day on washing and drying dishes and putting them away. This unofficial holiday with unknown origins encourages people to take a break from doing the dishes for the day and spend the time saved doing things for fun.
Whether you’re a mother, father, sister, brother, or roommate, no one likes dirty dishes. That is why we celebrate National No Dirty Dishes Day. A holiday most likely created by an upset parent, National No Dirty Dishes Day has sinks around the world rejoicing at the thought of having a light workload and a clear space on this day. So keep sinks happy, and do your part by saying, “NO” to dirty dishes.
Cooking at home means getting pots, pans, and a lot of other dishes soiled. Make No Dirty Dishes Day even more fun by eating all your meals out – make dirty dishes someone else’s problem for this one day! Of course with the virus restrictions right now, you can get take out. Then just throw away the containers they come in after enjoying your meal.
If cooking at home is necessary, use disposable plates, cups and silverware for all meals and snacks. This quick switch will keep your sink clear and make clean up a lot faster, allowing you more time to enjoy doing what you desire. Remember to use paper plates that are environmentally friendly.