Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by wearing green. I know you can’t go out and observe everyone else wearing green right now, but you can still participate and post photos on Instagram.

I do not know what it is about St. Patrick’s Day, but I feel as though at least in the States, it is somehow a great unifier of humankind. Because I’ll go to the grocery store or something and I will see people of all nationalities, religions, and ethnicities, wearing green and having a great time of it. I freaking love this and I want to encourage it to continue.

You can also do a St Patricks Day makeup look with green eyeshadow as well. And then post photos! And wash your hands!

(Image credit: Joey Velasquez )

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