Category Archives: Everyday Holidays

National Hotheads Chili Day: Your Favorite Chili Recipes Including Chili Hot Chocolate, And More

Get ready, today’s celebration is going to be a hot one, it’s National Hotheads Chili Day! You may be knee deep in snow but you can still turn up the heat because we’re celebrating today’s food holiday festivity with 17 uniquely delicious recipes from Tasty, including Chili Cheese Dog Boats, Honey Chipotle Chicken Poppers, and a… Read More »

National Bird Day: Celebrate Today With A Song

Calling all bird lovers, bird watchers, and birdy parents everywhere because today we are celebrating National Bird Day! National Bird Day is just one of many bird holidays dedicated to celebrate their beauty and strength, and to bring awareness of the critical “plight of our feathered friends” –  including the protection and survival of birds both… Read More »

National Card Playing Day: Top Three Family Card Games For Kids, Teen, and Adults

Today’s holiday celebration is in the cards – It’s National Card Playing Day! photo via mentalfloss.com “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 easy, fun for… Read More »

National Maple Syrup Day: Buddy The Elf’s Maple Syrup Spaghetti Recipe

Today is National Maple Syrup Day  Today is National Maple Syrup Day, and if you play your cards right you can actually be watching the movie Elf, while eating Buddy’s favorite breakfast pasta! The recipe includes Buddy’s 4 main food groups: candy, candy canes, candy corn, and syrup! Click this link for his quick and easy… Read More »

World Monkey Day: Let’s Celebrate With Food, Games and More

Get ready to go bananas because today we are celebrating World Monkey Day! While we’re really not sure how this unofficial holiday originated, according to timeanddate.com the likely reason suggests “that it started as a prank by some college students, while others suggest that it was started by people who wanted to raise awareness about monkeys,… Read More »