National Re-gifting Day is an official day and so can be done officially on the Thursday before Christmas, December 19th this year!

Do you believe in re-gifting? One person's unwanted gift can be another person's treasure! However, there are some extensive etiquette guidelines to bear in mind according to the National Day's Calendar:

Re-gift only when certain the recipient will enjoy your (unwanted) gift.
The gift is brand new...
Don’t hurt anyone’s feelings...
Don’t re-gift if the item is handmade or personalized...
Be careful not to re-gift something to the original giver...
On that same note, to avoid embarrassment, re-gift only when you are sure the new recipient won’t tell the original giver what they received from you...
Re-wrap all gifts and remove any tags that may suggest you didn’t do the shopping for the re-gifted item...
Be prepared to answer questions about the gift...

All of that being said and accounted for, this holiday was chosen because office parties are often held on the Thursday before Christmas, and office party gifts are often very re-giftable!

Happy re-gifting, good luck and Merry Christmas!