Christmas Day is the most celebrated holiday in the world. Falling on December 25 every year, it's celebrated by over 2 billion people across 160 countries. This special day is about friends and loved ones, gifting, and appreciating what you already have. Here are ten facts you didn't know about Christmas Day.
Pfeffernüsse Day falls on December 23 every year. This festive cookie is a family favorite for Germans, Dutch, Danish, and many other European families. This holiday being so close to Christmas makes it the perfect day to prepare these to gift guests on Christmas Day.
The Twelve Days of Christmas is a classic Christmas song by Frederic Austin in the 1780s. Of course, we all know this popular festive song, but do you know what all the twelve days are and what they all mean? Keep on reading to find out.
Santa's reindeer are one of the most iconic traditions during the Christmas festivities. The reindeer are known to help Santa get gifts to every child in the world over Christmas Eve. But what else do you know about them? Here are nine interesting facts about Santa's reindeer.
Christmas crackers are a tradition for many during the winter festivities. Upon snapping a cracker, the winner is gifted with a small gift, a paper hat, and usually a silly joke. But why do crackers have these jokes included in the first place, and why are the so awful?
The use of candy is incredibly common during Halloween. The evidence can be seen by children's overflowing candy buckets while going out "Trick or Treating." But when did this tradition begin, and why?
October 7 is a special day for coffee lovers, as it's the day we celebrate National Frappé Day. Frappés are chilled or frozen beverages, and Dimitris Vakondios created them in 1957. Keep on reading to find out more about National Frappé Day.
Easter Sunday has got to be one of the best days of the year, other than Christmas, of course! Have you ever wondered about the day itself, though? It turns out that there’s much more to Easter Sunday than you would think! Check out these interesting Easter Sunday facts!
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.