National Sense of Smell Day

National Sense of Smell Day is an annual observance that is celebrated in the United States on the last Saturday in April. The purpose of this day is to raise awareness about the importance of our sense of smell and how it affects our lives.

Our sense of smell plays a vital role in our daily lives, influencing our moods, memories, and even our behaviors. It can alert us to danger, trigger cravings for food, and help us appreciate the beauty of the world around us.

On National Sense of Smell Day, people may engage in various activities to celebrate their sense of smell. Some ideas include:

  • Exploring different scents: You can take a walk in nature or visit a garden to experience different scents. You can also try smelling different foods, flowers, or essential oils to see which scents you enjoy.

  • Creating scent-based memories: Our sense of smell is closely linked to our memories. You can create scent-based memories by baking your favorite cookies, lighting scented candles, or creating fragrances yourself. 

  • Learning about scent-related professions: National Sense of Smell Day is also an opportunity to learn about professions that rely on our sense of smell, such as perfumers, sommeliers, and aroma therapists.

Overall, National Sense of Smell Day is a chance to appreciate the power and importance of our sense of smell and to explore the world of scents. We would love for you and your friends to come in and create memories around your sense of smell, call for a reservation (248) 977-8432.

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