Suggestions for Celebrating National Whiner's Day

*Visit a shopping mall or retail store and watch people "whine" as they return and exchange their holiday gifts (remember, it's not only the customers who whine).

*Invite friends over, or plan a party, and call it a "Whine and Geeze" party! Serve non-alcholic wine and cheese!

*Again, invite friends to a National Whiner's Day party. In order to get in, your friends need to bring one unwanted gift, wrapped, for a white elephant exchange.

*Hold a whining contest at home or with friends, and invite a radio or television station to broadcast the event. Award the winner with a funny certificate or trophy. Make it more fun by scoring not only the 
whine quality, by on the whining itself. For example, "Ohhhhh, mooomm. Do I havvvvve to cleeeeean my roooomm?"

About Me

Among others, public speaking, promotion of National Whiners Day TM - December 26, and National Hugging Day TM - January 21.

National Whiner's Day TM  December 26


The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is on me, because the Lord has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners. Isaiah 61:1

I'd like to share with you A BIT ABOUT ME.

"I'm passionate about making our global community a better place in which to thrive."  ~Rev. Kevin Zaborney, Founder


I can say humbly and without ego that I'm not your average person. I have been married nearly 25 years to a wonderful and kind woman.  We are raising a family and seek the best for all of humanity.  


I earned a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan, and a Master of Divinity Degree from Boston University.  This training turned out to be invaluable, as it opened my experiences of the world and paved the way for my more enthusiastic endeavors, such as the founding and ongoing promotion of both National Whiners Day TM (December 26, and National Hugging Day TM (January 21).

How to Celebrate