Comedian George Carlin once said, “I feel sorry for confetti. Its useful life lasts about two seconds. And it can never be used again.” There is a part of us that understands this sentiment, especially from an environmental perspective. Confetti can also be a bit like glitter—just when you think you’ve cleaned up all of it, you find more of it for weeks and months to come. But confetti, glitter, and even rainbows and unicorns, are still something we all need in life because they are magical and mystical and they remind us to see the wonder, joy, and sparkle that life has to offer. So, this week, THROW CONFETTI. Nothing brings happiness like a special celebration. No, your celebration doesn’t need to have the bells and whistles of winning a big televised talent competition or sporting event. But the act of celebrating someone or something is absolutely a must… and you don’t even need a reason. Of course, we celebrate birthdays, weddings, graduations, and other big life moments, but what if we threw confetti just because? Because we want to show someone how much they matter to us? How much we appreciate them? How much we enjoy doing life with them? Isn’t that reason enough? Oh… and have a blast doing it. Throwing confetti matters.