A few weeks ago I was in a market when I came across a sign that said "National Pie Day". While this would bring most people joy, I was genuinely upset. How did I not know it was National Pie Day?! Seriously...how could I miss that? I LOVE PIE. Unfortunately, this is not the first time something like this has happened to me. (I actually feel like it happens a lot.) I am on instagram or something and I see all these pictures of delicious looking (we will use Ice Cream for the purpose of this…
A Blogger's Guide to National Days.....there's a "National" day happening just about every single day....be prepared and plan your editorial calendar easily! Perfect for bloggers, writers, and everyone!
Fifty-five percent of American pantries are only stocked with enough food for three days. Those families are not likely to survive very long in the case of doomsday hitting. Preparing for the end of the world takes a lot of resources and planning. In this infographic, National Geographic takes a look at the most effective ways to survive after doomsday.
Dry Tortugas National Park is one of the least visited national parks in the United States, with only 60,000 visitors per year. This is primarily due to its remote location 70 miles west of Key West. It is also the most aquatic of all the US national parks with 98% of the park consisting of water. The 2% of the park which is land is largely taken up by Fort Jefferson.
Horsetail Fall in Yosemite National Park in Northern California flows only in winter and early spring. Most days this fall has a regular color. But every February, just for a couple of days, this fall turns into the fire. Lit by the sun, Horsetail Fall reflects orange and red rays.