National Puppy Day: 3 Ways To Show Your Puppy Love This Holiday, Recipes, and More

Calling all dog lovers… Is there anything sweeter and more exciting than the hugs, loving licks, (otherwise known as doggy kisses), and wagging tails of a puppy? Well get ready for cuteness overload because today we’re celebrating National Puppy Day! National Puppy Day  was created in 2006 by America’s leading Pet Lifestyle Expert, Animal Behaviorist,… Read More »

National Cereal Day: What’s The Most Popular Cereal In Your State?

Can you hear that? It’s the “Snap Crackle Pop” sound of today’s National Cereal Day holiday celebration! According to nationalcereal.com the invention of the now infamous breakfast cereal was actually due to the fact that “the American diet of the mid 1800’s was a poor one packed with protein, booze and caffeine. And that “cereal… Read More »

National Chili Day: Absolute Best Chili Recipes Including Bacon Pineapple, Chicken, Pumpkin Spice, And More

Today is National Chili Day, and we’re celebrating “all things chili” from Chili dogs, Chili burgers, Chili cheese fries, Chili stuffed baked potatoes and the list goes on and on.   Chili is usually a spicy stew that may or may not include chili peppers, meat (chicken or beef), tomatoes and beans; seasonings may include… Read More »

National For Pete’s Sake Day

Today we are celebrating National For Pete’s Sake Day, another one of the “official, unofficial holiday’s” (created by Tom and Ruth Roy of Wellcat Holidays) that many might consider falling into the “weird” but fun to say category! On this holiday we celebrate the “odd expression of amazement or frustration” when searching for that perfect… Read More »

National Play More Cards Day: Top Three Card Games For The Whole Family

Today’s holiday celebration is in the cards – It’s National Play More Cards Day! “One of the world’s most popular entertainments is a deck of cards, which contains thirteen each of four suits, highlighted by kings, queens and jacks, who are possibly the queen’s younger, more attractive boyfriends.” – Lemony Snicket Today’s holiday celebration is… Read More »

World Bartender Day: Three Things Your Bartender Wants You To Know

Happy National Bartenders Day and thank you Jeremiah “Jerry” P. Thomas (October 30, 1830 – December 15, 1885) the first American bartender and owner of his own saloons in New York City. Thomas was also known as “the father of American mixology,” and loved to show his creative side with his showmanship while preparing his… Read More »