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We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. So what do you eat at such an important dish? If you are like approx. half of the people in the United States of America, you are most likely, with a bowl of milk and cereal in front of you. But do you know the history of this sweet delicious breakfast? Cereal History Before cereal took on sugar and used cartoon characters as marketing mascots, it was a healthy food product. During the Civil War, Americans were having gastrointestinal issues due to their meat-based diet. From the...

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International Scrapbooking Industry Day On March 4th, we celebrate International Scrapbooking Industry Day. If you are new to scrapbooking, let us start by telling you what scrapbooking is. It's a hobby practiced both by kids and adults. All you have to do is glue memories (photos, artwork, envelopes, letters, ticket stubs and more) in a scrapbook. So with every page, a new story will be revealed. We all cherish our memories, and would love to remember them forever, so what better way than this one? Of course, you can make a digital version as well, if that's what you like, but...

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The National Pig Day is an annual event celebrated on March 1st, in the United States. The holiday started in 1972 by sisters Ellen Stanley, a teacher, and Mary Lynne Rave. The purpose of this holiday was to accord the pig its rightful, unrecognized, place as one of man's most intelligent animals. We all have a bit of pig in our daily life. From our breakfast bacon or ham to the coin-receptacles in pig shape. Some of us, have even pigs as pets.  We can also find pigs' representation in comics, cartoons, TV or mangas. Here are a few examples. Spider-Ham is...

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