26 Things To Add To Your Social Media Calendar in May

Maintaining a consistent posting schedule on social media — whether it’s writing blog posts, or sharing updates on social media channels — can be a challenge.

By creating a monthly social media calendar where you map out content in advance you can ensure you’ll have a ready supply of things to share on social media.

To help you fill your calendar this month, I’ve put together a list of things happening in May. Use these as inspiration for blog posts, graphics, videos, and social media updates.

1. Wednesday, May Day #MayDay

1. Wednesday, International Workers Day #IntWorkersDay

2. Thursday, World Password Day #WorldPasswordDay

3. Friday, World Press Freedom Day #WPFD2019 #PressFreedom

3. Friday, Space Day #SpaceDay

4. Saturday, Star Wars Day #StarWarsDay & #Maythe4thBeWithYou

4. Saturday, International Firefighters Day #InternationalFirefightersDay

5. Sunday, Cinco de Mayo #CincoDeMayo

6. Monday, National Nurses Day #NursesDay

7. Tuesday, World Asthma Day #WorldAsthmaDay

7. Tuesday, Thank a Teacher Day #ThankATeacher

8. Wednesday, National Receptionist Day #NationalReceptionistDay

9. Thursday, Europe Day #EuropeDay

12. Sunday, National Limerick Day #NationalLimerickDay

12. Sunday, Mother’s Day #MothersDay

15. Wednesday, International Day of Families #FamilyDay

16. Thursday, Love a Tree Day #LoveATreeDay

17. Friday, International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia #IDAHOT2019

17. Friday, National Bike to Work Day #BTWD

17. Friday, Endangered Species Day #EndangeredSpeciesDay

21. Tuesday, National Memo Day #NationalMemoDay

24. Friday, National Scavenger Hunt Day #NationalScavengerHuntDay

27. Monday, Memorial Day #MemorialDay #MDW

28. Tuesday, Hamburger Day #NationalHamburgerDay

29. Wednesday, Paperclip Day #PaperclipDay

31. Friday, World No-Tobacco Day #NoTobacco

31. Friday, Heat Awareness Day #NoFryDay

Images sourced from Pixabay, Unsplash and Freepik

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