We all know that the colors red and green are famously associated with Christmas. Many of us wonder how they came to be and it's easy to think of Coca-Cola and Santa and holly berries or Christmas trees but what are the true origins. Let's take a closer look.
One of the greatest joys of Christmas is knowing that Santa will visit your house the night before to drop off presents for good kids. But what about bad kids? It’s said that those children will get a lump of coal, but where does this come from? Let's find out.
One of our favorite pastimes during snowfall is to make a snowman. We usually use sticks for hands, stones for the eyes and mouth, and of course a carrot for the nose. Ever wondered why we use a carrot? Keep reading as we unravel the mystery together.
Pretend To Be A Time Traveler Day is a holiday that happens every year on December 8. It's a time to let your inner child-like imagination run wild and visit a time gone by or a time to come. Find out more on how to get involved on this day.
December is the 12th and final month of the year and has 31 days. December is the official beginning of Winter for the northern hemisphere and summer for the southern. This special month is jam-packed with interesting facts and events including of course Christmas.
Cyber Monday happens every year on the Monday after Thanksgiving at the end of November or beginning of December. If you love a good deal then you will love these nifty facts that'll have you all excited about Cyber Monday.
Did you ever stop to think for one moment why pumpkin pie is the main staple for thanksgiving? Why was it this and not, say apples for example? Let's take a look at the history of pumpkins and see what put this tasty vegetable at the top of the list!
November is the 11th month of the Gregorian calendar. In the northern hemisphere, things are getting colder and in the southern, the days are heating up. There are so many incredible facts we can share about this special month, but here's our top 20 to get you started.
Halloween is the time of year where we see doorsteps decorated with carved pumpkins, we see the spooky costumes, as well as trick-or-treaters collecting candy. But what do you know about the history of Halloween? Learn all about this day with these 100 haunting facts about Halloween.
Black cats are well-known for being bad luck. Should you see one keep away because if one crosses you, you'll be cursed for life. They are also often associated with Halloween, but how did this all start in the first place? Why does the black cat get such a bad rap? Let's find out.
October is the 10th month of the year. In the northern hemisphere autumn is well on the way, with winter just around the corner. In the southern hemisphere days are warmer and longer. October is such a fascinating month so let’s take a look at 20 interesting facts.
September is the ninth month of the Gregorian calendar. This month is met by cooler days in the northern hemisphere and the start of longer days for the southern hemisphere. Here are 20 interesting facts all about the special month of September.