Tag Archives: interest-holidays

  1. These Words Celebrate The Spirit Of Kwanzaa

    For seven days from December 26 through January 1, Black Americans across the US celebrate the joyous holiday of Kwanzaa. What are some of this holiday's celebratory words?
  2. What Do The Hebrew Letters On The Dreidel Mean?

    For those of you who have played dreidel, do you know what the letters on the dreidel mean? For those of you who haven't played, we've got instructions on how to play too!
  3. How Do Other Parts Of The World Celebrate The New Year?

    How do other people in other parts of the world celebrate their New Year? Here are a couple of celebrations we love!
  4. We Asked: What Are Five Words To Describe Hanukkah?

    We asked these people who celebrate Hanukkah to give us 5 words they think of when the holiday comes around every year.
  5. We Asked: What Are Your Favorite Christmastime Words?

    Christmas is right around the corner and there’s a lot of things that come to mind around this time of year. What words reminds you of Christmastime?
  6. Why Is Friday The 13th Unlucky?

    Can you honestly say that you’ve never felt a slight pang of concern when waking up on the morning of Friday the 13th? You’re not alone. Maybe it’s triskaidekaphobia, the fear of the number 13, that gets you down. But, if 13s don’t bother you unless it’s Friday, you might be susceptible to what’s sometimes known as paraskevidekatriaphobia or friggatriskaidekaphobia, instead. Whether you plan on …

  7. Cracking The Christmas Carol Code

  8. How Do I Write New Year’s Resolutions That Stick?

    Quick—what were your New Year’s resolutions last year? If you’re scratching your head, thinking, “Oh, those … ?”, you’re not alone. As optimistic as we are when we make all those grand plans for changing our lives for the better, the fact is those resolutions are easily forgotten shortly after the champagne has lost its fizz.  In fact, according to at least one study, more …

  9. How Do I Write A Meaningful Holiday Card?

    Just as we look forward to presents and parties this time of year, we can’t get enough of holiday cards! We love them all: from colorful cards sent by snail mail to animated emails to newsletters summing up what everyone in the family has been up to all year. Fun fact: The very first holiday card in 1843 depicted children toasting with wine—oops! But when …

  10. Can You Guess What These Christmas Carol Words Mean?

    Like many of us, these contestants have no idea what figgy pudding or many other words from Christmas carols actually mean. Contestants ... you're up.