Congratulations! You're already a winner
I, like you, get regular nudges from LinkedIn to 'congratulate' someone on their 'work anniversary' or to 'see who else is celebrating'. Does anyone celebrate their work?
I know of many who secretly mark off the years they have been in their role, for better or for worse; but I know few who actually get down celebrate. Well, not until they actually leave their job. Or perhaps someone else marks a milestone on their behalf: 10 years, 20 years or maybe longer (less likely in the early 21st century).
But isn't celebrating our work something we should do more often? Having work is such a gift: a means of income, social interaction maybe, a sense of meaning even at a limited level. Anyone who has spent time without work involuntarily will know how the opposite feels.
So maybe today have a celebratory biscuit/nut/apple/cake with your water/coffee/tea/juice; be thankful for what you have and plan how you can make it even better.
Just having work makes you a winner already - and if you don't start planning to get some, paid or unpaid; it's what we are all designed to do.