Memorial Day is much more than a day for barbequing and cars sales. Traditions have been lost over the years as many Americans may not recall the true meaning of this day, which is a day of remembering the men and women who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. The following infographic by Low VA Rates provides more information about this National Day of Remembrance.
Did you know that Mother’s Day has been around for almost a hundred years? The holiday was originally founded by Anna Jarvis and signed as a joint resolution by President Woodrow Wilson on on May 8th, 1914, designating the second Sunday in May to be a honorary day for mothers. Learn all about this holiday in the following infographic.
Mother’s Day may be reaching its 99th anniversary, but excitement for celebrating mothers hasn’t died down one bit. One thing that has changed, however, is the etiquette: it’s not just about celebrating your own mother anymore. In the modern world, Mother’s Day is about celebrating all of the wonderful mothers in your life. In that spirit, FTD takes a look at the data showing how people are really celebrating.
This one in to us a bit late but nevertheless, an Easter-Spring infographic from The Blog at FireplaceMall with funny ¨facts¨ about this very peculiar bunny and the way he delivers his candy.
St. Patrick’s Day is just a couple of days away and in honor of the occasion, Halloween Express wants to share with you six mean and very green drink recipes. Don’t have too much fun!
Getting ready for St. Patrick’s day this Sunday? This infographic from Mediapointnow.com will help you get started. It’s a tribute to all the Irish people living in the United States and covers a wide variety of aspects such as “The U.S. Population of Irish Descent”, Irish Symbols, and of course, “The Most Popular Drinks on St. Patty’s Day.
Every March 17, millions of people around the globe don the green and turn Irish. They might march in parades, wear shamrocks, gather in pubs or simply get rowdy in honor of St. Patrick, who died on that day in the year 461. Who is this figure anyway? St. Patrick is known for introduced Christianity to Ireland in the fifth century. Today, St. Patrick stands as a beloved figure in Ireland and as one of the world’s most popular saints.
While his name and designated holiday might be lesser known across the globe than Saint Valentine or Saint Patrick’s, there’s a rightful celebration for Wales’ patron saint too. Every year on March 1st, Welsh people sport their leeks and daffodils in honour of Dewi Sant (in Welsh), better known as Saint David. Learn more in the following infographic by Confused.com.
St. Patrick’s Day is a celebration of Irish culture and of course, St. Patrick himself. Learn some fun facts about this holiday with this infographic brought to you by Ink Pixi.
In this increasingly digital age, is there still a place for the traditional card and gift? It seems so, as Brits spend still enjoy flashing the cash when it comes to celebrations such as Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. In fact, according to the latest infographic released by financial solutions specialists Baines & Ernst, The Cost of Celebrations, Brits send 62 million cards on these three occasions alone and spend a staggering £4.9 billion to show how much they care.
The rapidly growing population of singles in the US often gets rankled by all the obsession over Valentine’s Day. That’s where Singles Awareness Day comes in. Check out this infographic from Mrs. Fields on the origins behind the holiday, and how singles can celebrate their independence in style!
Ever wondered what the perfect gift for your female partner is on Valentine’s Day? Never know what to buy your loved one? Lacking ideas or any type of imagination? The following infographic from Evie Darling aims to perfectly detail the common mistakes that men make when choosing Valentine’s Day gifts and suggests what could really be the key to impressing the other half.
The eggnog is gone, gifts are on their way to being exchanged, and the thought of even one more cookie makes you see double. Yes, the holidays are over. But then you get your first credit card bill of the new year. Yikes! You didn’t realize you did that much shopping! Now what? No need to panic! Speedy Cash has some tips below that will help you pay off those holiday expenses.
It’s that time of year and as everyone knows, Santa will be visiting extremely soon. Everyone has a different attitude towards Christmas, from the extreme enthusiast to “The Grinch” (<– this is me). In highlight of this, iHug has created a fun quiz / infographic which lets you discover what type of Christmas character you are.