National Spouse's Day
National Spouse's Day, an unofficial holiday, is held annually on January 26. More than 2 million people get married in the United States every year, and 17 percent of the population has said "I do" more than once, according to the Census Bureau. About 170,000 Americans couples are same-sex.
Observing National Spouse's Day is as simple as it sounds. Simply let your significant other know how much you love and appreciate them. This can be done by doing the dishes, baking a dessert, or running an errand for them. Other suggestions are sending flowers, emailing them a gift card, or stopping by their office to bring lunch. All you need to do is spend time together recognizing your relationship.