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National Blueberry Pancake Day While you're frying up some eggs and bacon, we're cooking up something else: a way to celebrate today's food holiday.
Time to flip out! January 28 is National Blueberry Pancake Day.
There’s something special about a day that begins with pancakes. Their warmth and sweetness really sets the right tone. Historically, pancakes started out simply – no funky flavors or special toppings. Today, everything from bacon to bits of chocolate can be added to the batter.
Pancakes rose in popularity in Europe when Catholicism dominated the continent. During Lent, eating eggs and fat was forbidden, but back then, pancake recipes consisted only of milk and flour. In the Medieval era, pancakes became particularly popular on Shrove Tuesday and remain so to this day. http://eatocracy.cnn.com/2013/01/28/national-blueberry-pancake-day/
Data Privacy Day Data Privacy Day is an international holiday that occurs every January 28. The purpose of Data Privacy Day (Data Protection Day in Europe) is to raise awareness and promote privacy and data protection best practices. It is currently 'celebrated' in the United States, Canada, and 27 European countries. In Europe it is referred to as Data Protection Day.
Data Privacy Day's educational initiative originally focused on raising awareness among businesses as well as users about the importance of protecting the privacy of their personal information online, particularly in the context of social networking. The educational focus has expanded over the past four years to include families, consumers and businesses. In addition to its educational initiative, Data Privacy Day promotes events and activities that stimulate the development of technology tools that promote individual control over personally identifiable information; encourage compliance with privacy laws and regulations; and create dialogues among stakeholders interested in advancing data protection and privacy. The international celebration offers many opportunities for collaboration among governments, industry, academia, nonprofits, privacy professionals and educators.
The Convention for the Protection of Individuals with regard to Automatic Processing of Personal Data was opened for signature by the Council of Europe on January 28, 1981. This convention is currently in the process of being updated in order to reflect new legal challenges caused by technological development. The Convention on Cybercrime is also protecting the integrity of data systems and thus of privacy in cyberspace. Privacy including data protection is also protected by Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
The day was initiated by the Council of Europe to be first held in 2007 as the European Data Protection Day. Two years later, on January 26, 2009, the United States House of Representatives passed House Resolution HR 31 by a vote of 402–0, declaring January 28 National Data Privacy Day. On January 28, 2009, the Senate passed Senate Resolution 25 also recognizing January 28, 2009 as National Data Privacy Day. The United States Senate also recognized Data Privacy Day in 2010 and in 2011. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_Privacy_Day
National Kazoo Day Celebrating 164 years of kazoo playing in America, National Kazoo Day will be celebrated on January 28, 2015.
Of course, kazoo players are not known to be perfectly precise, so feel free to celebrate National Kazoo Day on January 29, if you so desire, as some folks have the impression that the date is supposed to be the fourth Thursday in January.
In fact, most people will agree that we should consider January 24-31, 2015, National Kazoo WEEK! So celebrate all week long.
- See more at: http://www.nationalkazooday.com/#sthash.uqDvEZwV.dpuf
Thank A Plugin Developer Day WordPress by itself is very simple — what makes it compelling for most of its users is the wide array of plugins (and themes) available for WP. The average WordPress blog has about 5 plugins installed! Today we just passed 4,000 plugins available in our plugin directory. (Which is also embedded into everyone’s WordPress 2.7 or above.)
I declare January 28th our official “Thank a Plugin Developer” day. To celebrate take a look at the plugins you use and love, visit the author’s site, find their contact form, and drop them a note thanking them. (Or Paypal!) Look for the links in the plugin directory to “author homepage” and also to donate directly if they’ve specified a Paypal address.
Thank you to everyone who has ever written a plugin for WordPress, and here’s to the next four thousand. https://wordpress.org/news/2009/01/thank-a-plugin-developer-day/
Posted by Sherman A1 | Wed Jan 28, 2015, 03:49 AM (9 replies)
Chocolate Cake Day Did You Know: The first French word for chocolate mousse translates in English “chocolate mayonnaise”
Daily Trivia: The “blood” that you see in infamous “shower scene” in Psycho is actually chocolate syrup.
Today’s Quote: “All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt.”~Charles M. Schulz
Auschwitz Liberation Day January 2015 marks seventy years since the liberation of Auschwitz, the largest camp established by the Germans. A complex of camps, Auschwitz included a concentration camp, killing center, and forced-labor camps. It was located 37 miles west of Krakow (Cracow), near the prewar German-Polish border. http://www.ushmm.org/information/exhibitions/online-features/special-focus/liberation-of-auschwitz
Holocaust Memorial Day The UN General Assembly designated January 27—the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau—as International Holocaust Remembrance Day. On this annual day of commemoration, the UN urges every member state to honor the victims of the Nazi era and to develop educational programs to help prevent future genocides. http://www.ushmm.org/information/exhibitions/online-features/special-focus/international-holocaust-remembrance-day
International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust 27 January marks the anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi German Concentration and Extermination Camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau by the Soviet troops in 1945. This date was proclaimed International Day of Commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust by the United Nations General Assembly. - See more at: http://www.unesco.org/new/en/unesco/events/prizes-and-celebrations/celebrations/international-days/commemoration-in-memory-of-the-victims-of-the-holocaust-2014/#sthash.g7bPFho5.dpuf
National Geographic Day On January 27, 1888, the National Geographic Society is founded in Washington, D.C., for "the increase and diffusion of geographical knowledge."
The 33 men who originally met and formed the National Geographic Society were a diverse group of geographers, explorers, teachers, lawyers, cartographers, military officers and financiers. All shared an interest in scientific and geographical knowledge, as well as an opinion that in a time of discovery, invention, change and mass communication, Americans were becoming more curious about the world around them. With this in mind, the men drafted a constitution and elected as the Society's president a lawyer and philanthropist named Gardiner Greene Hubbard. Neither a scientist nor a geographer, Hubbard represented the Society's desire to reach out to the layman. http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/national-geographic-society-founded
Thomas Crapper Day Thomas Crapper (baptised 28 September 1836; died 27 January 1910) was a plumber who founded Thomas Crapper & Co in London. Contrary to widespread misconceptions, Crapper did not invent the flush toilet. He did, however, do much to increase the popularity of the toilet, and developed some important related inventions, such as the ballcock. He was noted for the quality of his products and received several royal warrants.
Manhole covers with Crapper's company's name on them in Westminster Abbey are now one of London's minor tourist attractions. Thomas Crapper & Co owned the world's first bath, toilet and sink showroom, in King's Road until 1966. The firm's lavatorial equipment was manufactured at premises in nearby Marlborough Road (now Draycott Avenue). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Crapper
Viet Nam Peace Day The United States, South Vietnam, Viet Cong, and North Vietnam formally sign "An Agreement Ending the War and Restoring Peace in Vietnam" in Paris. Due to South Vietnam's unwillingness to recognize the Viet Cong's Provisional Revolutionary Government, all references to it were confined to a two-party version of the document signed by North Vietnam and the United States—the South Vietnamese were presented with a separate document that did not make reference to the Viet Cong government. This was part of Saigon's long-time refusal to recognize the Viet Cong as a legitimate participant in the discussions to end the war. http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/paris-peace-accords-signed
Posted by Sherman A1 | Tue Jan 27, 2015, 03:26 AM (2 replies)
National Pistachio Day Hard to believe, but it wasn’t until 1976 that Americans harvested the first commercial crop of pistachios. They had been enjoying the nut since about the 1800s, but it was not until the 1930s that the love for pistachios really took off.
What may have made the little tree nut so admired, though, is the invention of pistachio ice cream in the 1940s by James W. Parkinson of Philadelphia.
Today, California produces 300 million pounds of pistachios, which is about 98 percent of the domestic crop. Other world producers include Turkey, Syria, Italy and Greece.
Remember getting that red dye all over your fingers back in the day when pistachios were dyed crimson? Hard to imagine now but the apparent reason for the colouring was to hide flaws on the shell and to make them stand out in vending machines! http://www.worldpistachioday.com
Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day ELMWOOD PARK, N.J., JAN. 26, 2015 — /PRNewswire/ -- Today marks the 15th Annual Bubble Wrap® Appreciation Day, a day when the world celebrates the fun side of a material that has protected millions of products over the last 55 years. To share in the excitement of fans popping Bubble Wrap® worldwide, Sealed Air Corporation, the inventors of Bubble Wrap® brand cushioning, has teamed with internet sensations Dude Perfect to create a one-of-a-kind Bubble Wrap® Appreciation Day video, which will be unveiled today at 6:00pm EST on www.YouTube.com/DudePerfect.
"Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day provides fans around the world a chance to celebrate the protection, fun and creativity that this iconic packaging material delivers all year round," said David Weiss, Business Manager at Sealed Air Corporation. "To take the annual celebration to the next level, we knew partnering with Dude Perfect for their latest video and having them unveil it on the holiday was the way to create something memorable, fun, and exciting for our fans and theirs."
Dude Perfect took the Bubble Wrap® Appreciation Day celebration to Charlotte, NC, the new home and global headquarters of Sealed Air Corporation. Armed with enough Bubble Wrap® material to make even the biggest enthusiast jealous, Dude Perfect put the pop-ular protective packaging material to the test. From Bubble Wrap® jousting and paintball duels, to scooter races and sumo wrestling, Dude Perfect celebrated the 15th Annual Bubble Wrap® Appreciation Day the way only the biggest of fans do – BIG!
Read more here: http://www.heraldonline.com/2015/01/26/6734426/bubble-wrap-appreciation-day-goes.html#storylink=cpy
Lotus 1-2-3 Day 1-2-3 was not the first spreadsheet application — it was preceded by VisiCalc. But 1-2-3 quickly became the most popular, helping to boost sales of IBM PCs and PC clones, all of which ran DOS, and facilitating the rapid rise of Microsoft’s operating system.
National Peanut Brittle Day Fun Ways to Celebrate National Peanut Brittle Day http://nationalpeanutboard.org/recipes/fun-ways-to-celebrate-national-peanut-brittle-day/
Posted by Sherman A1 | Mon Jan 26, 2015, 03:24 AM (2 replies)
National Irish Coffee Day We have the cold, damp Atlantic weather and the creativity of a Limerick chef to thank for the invention of Irish Coffee. Without the chilly, wet air, it’s unlikely Joseph Sheridan would have dreamt up his sweet, boozy elixir originated and served, it’s said, to warm chilled transatlantic travellers when the weather turned miserable. http://www.nationalirishcoffeeday.com
A Room of One's Own Day A Room of One's Own is an extended essay by Virginia Woolf. First published on 24 October 1929, the essay was based on a series of lectures she delivered at Newnham College and Girton College, two women's colleges at Cambridge University in October 1928. While this extended essay in fact employs a fictional narrator and narrative to explore women both as writers of and characters in fiction, the manuscript for the delivery of the series of lectures, titled "Women and Fiction", which was published in Forum March 1929, and hence the essay, are considered non-fiction. The essay is generally seen as a feminist text, and is noted in its argument for both a literal and figural space for women writers within a literary tradition dominated by patriarchy. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Room_of_One's_Own
Opposite Day Opposite Day is an unofficial holiday, commonly observed whenever it is declared, where every action is modified so that meaning is negated. Once Opposite Day is declared, statements mean the opposite of what they usually mean. Usually, a person would say, "After this phrase is over, it will be officially opposite day," and then Opposite Day will be officially started. Opposite Day can also be declared retroactively to indicate that what was just asserted had the opposite meaning of what was originally intended (similar to the practice of crossed fingers to automatically nullify promises). Play has been compared to a children's "philosophy course", and the game has been used as an educational aid and suggested as preparation for "standardized testing http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opposite_Day
Soup Swap Day http://soupswap.com
Posted by Sherman A1 | Sun Jan 25, 2015, 03:25 AM (5 replies)
National Peanut Butter Day It takes about 540 peanuts to make a 12-ounce jar of peanut butter.
There are enough peanuts in one acre to make 30,000 peanut butter sandwiches. Find out how peanuts grow.
Delta Airlines purchased 69.6 million packs of peanuts for its passengers in 2013
By law, any product labeled “peanut butter” in the United States must be at least 90 percent peanuts. http://nationalpeanutboard.org/the-facts/fun-facts/
Belly Laugh Day January 24 is Global Belly Laugh Day
Celebrate the Great Gift of Laughter
On January 24 at 1:24 p.m. (local time) smile,
throw your arms in the air and laugh out loud. http://www.bellylaughday.com
Beer Can Day Beer cans may be a staple of college culture and backyard barbecues but they haven’t been around forever.
It’s hard to imagine a time when you couldn’t head to the convenience store and pick up a 24-pack for an impromptu party.
But did you know the first beer can was sold on Jan. 24 1935? Celebrate the beer can’s 80th birthday by cracking open a cold one this Saturday.
In the 1930’s, this new invention was a result of brewers attempts to innovate after Prohibition ended in 1933, according to Time. American Can Co. had been working to get beer in cans since the early 1900s but found it difficult to can the carbonated beverage without exploding. http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2015/01/23/beer-can-turns-80-this-weekend-celebrate-by-cracking-open-cold-one/
National Compliment Day It's National Compliment Day!
Give as many compliments as humanly possible today.
It's free! (Complimentary!) :p
It's awesome! (Just like you!)
Talk Like A Grizzled Prospector Day Can you talk like a grizzled prospector?
Dadgummit, is there a grizzled-prospector dictionary in the house?
Back in the Gold Rush days, people were flocking to California from elsewhere in the country. And that was a matter of no small importance to Independence, which was a jumping-off point for westward migration.
So it’s fitting that the National Frontier Trails Museum will participate this year in “National Talk Like a Grizzled Prospector Day,” celebrated each Jan. 24. In the case of the Independence museum, the observance lasts all weekend, Jan. 24-26.
If you talk like a grizzled prospector, the museum will give you a $2 admission discount. You can also vote for your favorite prospector from among three seen on the big and small screen: Yosemite Sam, Yukon Cornelius and Stinky Pete. http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/article335479/Around-our-towns--Can-you-talk-like-a-grizzled-prospector.html
Visit Your Local Quilt Shop Day http://www.quiltshopday.com
Posted by Sherman A1 | Sat Jan 24, 2015, 03:49 AM (6 replies)
National Pie Day The American Pie Council® Recommends That Consumers Celebrate National Pie Day By Taking Some Time To Slow Down And Share Heartfelt Gratitude With Loved Ones Over A Delicious Slice Of Pie. After All, By Its Very Nature, A Pie Is Meant To Be Divided Among Others! Whether Shared Between Spouses, Among Parents And Children, Among Grandparents And Grandchildren, Or Simply Among Friends Or Coworkers, Pie Represents The Wholesome, Simple Pleasures That Often Get Overlooked In Today’s Fast-Paced World. http://www.piecouncil.org/events/nationalpieday
National Handwriting Day National Handwriting Day doesn’t boast free pie slices, but you can savor the lost art of handwriting on Jan. 23 by putting pen to paper. “Though computers and email play an important role in our lives, nothing will ever replace the sincerity and individualism expressed through the handwritten word,” said David Baker, executive director of the Writing Instrument Manufacturers Association, which set the designated date to celebrate handwriting in 1977.
The Writing Instrument Manufacturers Association planned the national day in conjunction with John Hancock’s birthday, because Hancock was the first to sign the Declaration of Independence with his renowned signature. Here are five ways to celebrate National Handwriting Day: http://www.ibtimes.com/national-handwriting-day-quotes-activities-facts-penmanship-1792368
Snowplow Mailbox Hockey Day https://www.facebook.com/events/412034578871555/?ref=3
Posted by Sherman A1 | Fri Jan 23, 2015, 03:39 AM (11 replies)
Wal-Mart has introduced a service that allows customers to get their tax refund in cash in one of its stores, a move aimed at serving the “underbanked” and reverse declining traffic.
Wal-Mart Stores WMT 0.83% has found a new way to get more customers into its stores: getting their own hard-earned cash more quickly.
Starting on Tuesday, the retailer is allowing customers to cash out their tax refunds and receive up to $7,500 in cash at about 3,000 stores under a service it is calling “Direct2Cash,” its latest move to broaden the financial services it offers to its low-income customers and increase the number of visits customers pay to its stores. Customers could already use the tax preparation services in Wal-Mart stores and get their refund via direct deposit or check.
Last April, it launched a money transfer service that has challenged the dominance of Western Union Co. WU 1.17% and MoneyGram MGI 0.12% , and aimed squarely at its low-income customers, many of whom live paycheck to paycheck. Two weeks later, it started an insurance price comparison service.
Comes across to me as just another indication that the Wal Mart business model of leaching off of government, it's workforce and society in general is showing more signs of failure.
Posted by Sherman A1 | Thu Jan 22, 2015, 11:45 AM (3 replies)
National Blonde Brownie Day First known as "blonde brownies" and later just "blondies," chocolate-free butterscotch brownies were all the rage in the mid-1950s. Today, a "blondie" might be the classic butterscotch treat or many other cocoa-free bars.
Pecan Blondie Caramel Cups
Cinnamon Zucchini Blondies
Blondies with White Chocolate Ganache
Better-Than-Twix Bars http://www.food.com/food-holidays/blonde-brownie-day-0122
Answer Your Cat's Questions Day Have you ever wondered what your cat is trying to tell you through certain behavior? For example, when your cat pees on your pillow, he’s not trying to get even with you for coming home late. When he scratches your new sofa, he’s not being bad. Because cats have different needs and desires than us and a completely different way of seeing the world, they communicate in ways which we don’t always understand or appreciate.
People often try to change their cats' “bad” behavior in ways that don’t work and may even make things worse. That's not good cat care. Some people learn to live with their cats' behavior, while others heartbrokenly surrender their cats to animal shelters. It doesn’t have to be that way. Most cat behavior issues are quite solvable once you know how cats think and why they are behaving as they are. http://www.catster.com/lifestyle/cat-behavior-care-tips-national-answer-your-cats-questions-day
Roe vs. Wade Day The Supreme Court decriminalizes abortion by handing down their decision in the case of Roe v. Wade. Despite opponents' characterization of the decision, it was not the first time that abortion became a legal procedure in the United States. In fact, for most of the country's first 100 years, abortion as we know it today was not only not a criminal offense, it was also not considered immoral.
In the 1700s and early 1800s, the word "abortion" referred only to the termination of a pregnancy after "quickening," the time when the fetus first began to make noticeable movements. The induced ending of a pregnancy before this point did not even have a name--but not because it was uncommon. Women in the 1700s often took drugs to end their unwanted pregnancies.
In 1827, though, Illinois passed a law that made the use of abortion drugs punishable by up to three years' imprisonment. Although other states followed the Illinois example, advertising for "Female Monthly Pills," as they were known, was still common through the middle of the 19th century.
Abortion itself only became a serious criminal offense in the period between 1860 and 1880. And the criminalization of abortion did not result from moral outrage. The roots of the new law came from the newly established physicians' trade organization, the American Medical Association. Doctors decided that abortion practitioners were unwanted competition and went about eliminating that competition. The Catholic Church, which had long accepted terminating pregnancies before quickening, joined the doctors in condemning the practice. http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/roe-v-wade
Data Innovation Day On January 22, 2015, join the Center for Data Innovation in celebrating the third annual Data Innovation Day. The purpose of Data Innovation Day is to raise awareness about the benefits and opportunities that have come from the data revolution. Participants around the world will participate in an online video discussion about the economic and social opportunities made possible by data-driven innovation. http://www.datainnovationday.org
Women’s Healthy Weight Day Healthy Weight Week is an educational event to help change public perception that weight determines health and that dieting is a viable health solution.
Dieting has led women astray by making their struggles with weight worse, negatively affecting their health, and keeping them from living the lives they want. Healthy Weight Week encourages women to improve health habits in lasting ways by eating well without dieting, living actively and feeling good about themselves and others. http://www.fitwoman.com/healthy-weight-week/
Posted by Sherman A1 | Thu Jan 22, 2015, 04:12 AM (9 replies)
New England Clam Chowder Day So, I realize that the name of this recipe isn’t very exciting. I wanted to name my creation “New England Chowder Chunk” because it isn’t as creamy smooth as some other clam chowders, but to describe a seafood soup as anything related to chunky just made me almost gag a little bit. National New England Clam Chowder Day, admittedly, wasn’t really something I was too excited about. Some of the other Clam Chowders that I’ve tried have been slightly off-putting, but I think I did a fair enough job! http://thefoodiepatootie.com/recipes/national-new-england-clam-chowder-day/
National Hugging Day Myriads of studies have shown that physical contact between humans — such as kissing, hugging, or simply touching — is essential for overall mental and emotional well-being. Hugging, in particular, can improve psychological development, boost your immune system, decrease levels of the stress hormone cortisol, and lower the risk of heart disease: all perfect reasons to take part in National Hug Day, which falls on January 21st.
National Hug Day first began in 1986, and was started by Reverend Kevin Zaborney in Caro, Michigan. Zaborney believed that Americans in particular live in a society where showing feelings in public is embarrassing, and he wanted to change that by putting hugs in the spotlight one day out of the year (it’s true, studies have shown that French couples are three times as affectionate in public than Americans). He chose January 21 because it fell in between Christmas/New Year’s and Valentine’s Day; it’s also in the dead of winter, a time period where most people’s spirits are low, so seemingly a perfect time. Though it’s not a national holiday, National Hug Day is officially recognized by the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The holiday has also since spread to other countries. http://www.medicaldaily.com/celebrate-national-hug-day-experiencing-health-benefits-warm-embrace-318320
Squirrel Appreciation Day SQUIRRELS! Whether you love them or loathe them, National Squirrel Appreciation Day, January 21st, is a great time to take a few moments and learn about these nutty animals. If you count flying squirrels we have 10 tree species in North America. We are constantly uncovering complexities around their survival tactics and social behavior. Squirrels are fascinating animals to watch and have been documented adopting orphaned young and stealing food. And let’s face it—squirrels are pretty difficult to outwit.
Humans actually introduced them to most of our major city parks in the 1850s and ’60s and feeding squirrels was common as a means to encourage kindness to all animals. People thought that by adding them to our parks in cities, we could bring pleasure to the people who couldn’t leave the city and enjoy nature.
So for this Squirrel Appreciation Day, we’re hoping to showcase the critters we essentially chose to keep us company in urban settings. So let’s celebrate their acrobatic ability, their role in connecting people to nature and how they can amuse us even when they frustrate us as neighbors. http://blog.nwf.org/2014/01/celebrate-squirrel-appreciation-day/
Posted by Sherman A1 | Wed Jan 21, 2015, 04:14 AM (7 replies)
National Buttercrunch Day Somewhere between caramel and toffee lies buttercrunch — and its name has become synonymous with cookies that also bear bits of its sweetness. Get a buttery crunch fix with one of these crowd-pleasers.
Buttercrunch Cheesecake Bars
Blueberry Crunch Muffins
Praline Pecan Crunch Snack Mix
Coconut Crunch Pudding Parfait
National Cheese Lover’s Day http://www.usatoday.com/videos/news/nation/2015/01/19/21988373/
National Coffee Break Day For most, coffee is an essential part of the day. Instead of heading to the Keurig machine for that mid-morning or afternoon coffee break, we recommend you hit up these San Diego restaurants to get that coffee fix and celebrate National Coffee Break Day on January 20th. http://sandiegofoodfinds.com/national-coffee-break-day-2015/
Camcorder Day Camcorder Day is a tribute to videography of all varieties. Perhaps you’re a professional and enjoy shooting wildlife (with a lens, not a gun), or an extreme sports fan who attaches a GoPro to their helmet before jumping out of a plane. Or maybe you just like recording memories that can be cherished forevermore, from weddings and birthdays, to your son dancing like an Egyptian to the Addams Family movie’s end credits, for reasons that will never become evident. That last one may sound a little unbelievable but one of our web crew made a mistake when he was twelve, one that can’t be erased because he doesn’t know where his mum has hidden the tape.
So get out there and get filming, then upload it to YouTube or Vimeo and share it with the rest of the planet! https://www.daysoftheyear.com/days/camcorder-day/
Penguin Awareness Day Penguin Awareness Day was created to celebrate everybody’s favourite zoo animal! Find out more about penguins, explore what others have to say about penguins, why not visit your local zoo to share the penguin love! You don’t have to wait until Penguin Awareness Day, because penguins can be loved all year long! https://www.daysoftheyear.com/days/penguin-awareness-day/
National Disc Jockey Day Everyone knows a DJ; thousands claim that they are one (even if they only mix it up in their bedrooms). Disc Jockey Day is all about celebrating the hard working entertainers that have brought energy to dance floors across the globe. Respect needs to be paid to Disc Jockeys of all levels from velvet suited wedding crooners to international superstars – if you’ve made people dance by playing back to back music, today is the day to hail your talents. https://www.daysoftheyear.com/days/disc-jockey-day/
Rid The World of Fad Diets and Gimmicks Day http://betterafter50.com/2015/01/healthy-weight-network-fights-diet-fraud/
Posted by Sherman A1 | Tue Jan 20, 2015, 03:53 AM (9 replies)