How To Celebrate Talk Like A Pirate Day

There are hundreds and hundreds of unusual holidays to celebrate every year, and we tend to look over most of them. Some, however, have sneaked their way into common culture with the aid of the internet. Not many people can tell you when Draw A Bird Day is (or even that it exists), but an significantly […]

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Weekly Happiness

Hello hello! I can’t believe it’s Wednesday because I still feel like I’m recovering from this weekend! I went to New York to 29 Rooms which was incredible, and Joe and I also celebrated our 3 year anniversary. No time to waste, though, because lots of stuff coming up the rest of this month that I can’t […]

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Snail Mail Game Show | Round 14

So glad the Snail Mail Game Show is comin’ at ya for Round 14, and I’m so happy about it! For Round 14, the participants received a piece of paper with the outline of do not disturb door knob sign and the prompt, “You’re the owner of a themed hotel and you get to design the door knob […]

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Positive Thinking Day

September 13th is Positive Thinking Day, which is a pretty substantial unusual holiday that I think should get a little more attention! Positive thinking is a skill, not something based in naivety. It’s very easy to see the glass as half empty, it’s very easy to complain about the things that bother us. It’s much […]

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The Value Of Cultural Punishment

Cultural Punishment: A New Optimistic Way to Bring up a Human Being The use of punishment is known during the entire history of the humanity. The attitude towards this essential issue has changed during centuries. Nowadays, there are many disputes concerning the proper treatment of students as well as adults. There are numerous books, articles, […]

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