With no real plans to celebrate their birthday until next year, many of us feel like it’s time to finally go to a party.
But while many of our friends are planning a trip to the beach, some are choosing to hold off on celebrating their special day until later.
The World Health Organization says that the most important birthday wish is to not get sick, and the United Nations has made it clear that celebrating one’s birthday is one of the best ways to prevent disease.
However, there are some people who are happy to make their birthday wish come true and enjoy the social festivities and festivities of their party.
Finland – 3.8 million birthday wishes One of Finland’s most famous cities is Helsinki, home to some of the world’s most well-known holiday traditions.
This city is renowned for its long-standing holiday tradition known as “kirkaisu” or “Happy Birthday” which is traditionally celebrated from 9am to 3pm.
According to the Helsinki City Calendar, Helsinki’s birthday wishes come in the form of a variety of gifts, including birthday cards, birthday cards in various sizes, birthday gifts and birthday gifts for adults and children.
It is not surprising that Finns would want to celebrate a special day and take a break from all of the hard work of the year to get out of the house for a day of fun and relaxation.
Portugal – 4.3 million birthday requests One in every six Portuguese men and women aged 18 to 75 have an unhealthy habit, according to a study released by the University of Porto, Portugal.
It’s estimated that between 15% and 25% of men and 20% of women are smokers.
To combat this, Portugal has launched a campaign called “Smoked in Lisbon” which encourages smokers to quit for a week in order to make it easier to quit, and to have a healthier lifestyle.
The campaign has also been hugely successful.
A study published by the International Tobacco Control Society in June 2018 showed that Portugal was one of only five countries in the world that had a significant reduction in smoking rates over the last decade.
Sweden – 4 million birthday wish requests Sweden has been a global leader in the fight against tobacco use and has seen a dramatic drop in its smoking rates in the past decade.
According the Swedish National Centre for Smoking and Health, Swedish smokers have quit 1.5 million cigarettes since the beginning of the 1990s.
While it may not be possible to celebrate the birthday of every single person in the country, there is one place in Sweden that will surely make a birthday wish.
Sweden’s oldest cathedral, Cathedral Gustafsberg, in Gothenburg, is one that has had a huge impact on the lives of many of the country’s residents.
It is the location of the Swedish national anthem, and it is also one of Sweden’s most popular tourist destinations.
France – 5 million birthday birthday wishesThe French have traditionally celebrated their birthday with an elaborate celebration of foods, music and wine, with many celebrating their first day at home, a big dinner party, a ball or even a birthday cake.
But with the advent of the modern calendar and the advent for the internet, many French people have moved on to social media to share their birthday wishes on Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook.
India – 5.8 billion birthday wishesIndia has been among the leaders in the battle against tobacco.
The country has one of lowest rates of tobacco use in the developed world.
However it has also seen an increase in its use of tobacco products, and is now one of three countries in which the WHO estimates that one in four adults are smokers compared to just one in 10 in the US.
In 2017, a survey published by Pew Research showed that the number of people aged 15-44 in India had fallen by about half since 2000.
In 2019, the Indian government launched a programme called “Million Year Family Planning Initiative” in an effort to reduce the number and frequency of tobacco-related deaths in India.
Belgium – 5 billion birthday wish wishesBelgium has traditionally celebrated its birthday with a large feast and dancing in the city of Brussels.
But as the number, and consumption of tobacco have increased, so has the number in the French capital.
According to the 2017 European Tobacco Control Survey, the consumption of cigarettes has risen from 4.4% in 2015 to 11.6% in 2018.
In 2020, the number was estimated at 22% and in 2021, it was at 31.8%.
France and Belgium – 6 billion birthday requestsThe first French and Belgian celebrations of a birthday are usually in a different city.
However there are several examples of celebrations that are held in the same city, with some cities holding multiple celebrations of their own.
In 2018, the city that is most famous for hosting the annual French and Belgium football championships, Paris, held their first birthday celebrations in 2019.
The celebrations included an ice