September 10 is Cheap Advice Day!
Today’s holiday celebrates cut-rate counselors everywhere, whether they are a professional in the psychiatric industry or that friend who just can’t help but offer their unsolicited advice.
This holiday originates from an episode of Charles M. Shultz’ Peanuts on September 10, 1992 where resident psychiatrist Lucy van Pelt raises her psychiatric fee from 5 cents to 47.
On Cheap Advice Day, take advantage of the low-cost advice given to you by anyone who will listen to your problems. In this economy, not all of us can afford fancy shrinks, so take your cheap advice where you can get it!