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Chocolate Caramel Day


National Chocolate Caramel Day is annual feast celebrated on March 19th. There are millions of fans present for the chocolate flavour as it is one of the ever loved taste throughout the world. Nothing can beat the taste of rich chocolate and delicious buttery caramel as it is one of the most loved combinations ever. There are countless irresistible items available that have been prepared using the Chocolate and Caramel flavour. One can find Chocolate Caramel from candies to cakes, coffee, ice cream till desserts and more. Thus the heart winning combination of chocolate and caramel has been celebrated with a special mark on the calendar as Chocolate Caramel Day. The Day reminds you just to enjoy the delight of this heavenly delightful combination.

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Read To Me Day


International Read To Me Day is celebrated on March 19th of every year. Once upon a time, listening to the stories was the greatest fun. Many of the last century parents have spent their time with the children to tell stories during their leisure time especially with the bedtime stories. It has encouraged them to fall in love with reading. But now the literacy skills are often taken for granted, and as a result, reading has become difficult for both the adults and children. It is found that one another cause for the lack of reading skills is that the children of the current decade have no-one to read to them. Thus the International Read To Me Day was created as to bring in some changes and to improve the reading ability among all sort of people and especially with the children. Thus the Day encourages in raising the literacy level and a love of reading.

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Poultry Day


National Poultry Day is celebrated on March 19th of every year. Many people love the food items made of feathered creatures. People prefer eating boiled eggs, bread omelette or sandwich and order for a chicken or turkey meat to finish off the day’s menu. Imagine how you will chicken sandwich will taste like without your favourite egg? Thus in some way or other, the domesticated fowl’s meat and eggs we consume today are from the poultry. Without these poultries, all our celebration from Thanksgiving to Christmas and other celebrations wouldn’t be a great success. So why not a special Day for the Poultry that provides you eggs and meat? National Poultry Day is a just for the poultry and all those food items it provides us year long.

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Biodiesel Day


National Biodiesel Day is an annual observance celebrated on March 18th. The world we live has highly dependent on the petroleum products and of course, has damaged the surrounding to a greater extent. However, numerous people are looking forward to saving the planet has been switching to the renewable source of energy. Biodiesel is one of its kind which is also a better eco-friendly alternative to the diesel. Thus, National Biodiesel Day celebrates this conventional diesel replacement fuel as it is letting you move in a user-friendly way without polluting the nation. Extend your hand to go green by using the biodiesel to improve the environment.

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Forgive Mom & Dad Day


Forgive Mom & Dad Day is an annual celebration observed on March 18th. Is there anyone in the world who hasn’t made any mistake? Not at all and the parents are not an exception too. Might be any parents will be better than the other but not going to be perfect. Parenting is the toughest task, and at times parents would have gone wrong in one way or the other. But that doesn’t stop you from loving them as they are a part of you. Let your mom and dad off the hook for their failure to be the perfect parents. Take the opportunity to forgive them as it is Forgive Mom & Dad Day.

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Awkward Moments Day


National Awkward Moments Day is celebrated on March 18 of every year. National Awkward Moments Day is a day to celebrate the awkward and embarrassing moments that are part of our life which happens from time to time. It is fascinating to see that Awkward Moments Day is the day after Saint Patricks Day (Day associated with alcohol and partying).

Move out of your comfort zone. You can only grow if you are willing to feel awkward and uncomfortable when you try something new.” – Brian Tracy

History of National Awkward Moments Day

The exact origin and the founder of National Awkward Moments Day are still unknown. Even though the origin of this day is unknown, it may be created to take the collections of all the awkward moments after a few pints of Guinness drunk in celebration of Saint Patricks Day. The anonymous founder of this holiday created this day for the people to embrace all the awkward moments in their lives and to have a laugh at them. The embarrassing moments in your life will make the best stories and life lessons for your kids and grandkids.

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Corn Dog Day


National Corn Dog Day is an annual food feast celebrated on March 17th of this year. It is a yearly celebration that falls on the third Saturday of every March. Undoubtedly, corndog is an ever preferred perfect food by most people from all over the world among the foodie lovers have got several million and millions of food items to taste. Nothing can beat the convenience of the food served on the stick. The corn dog is the best of its kind that gives you the comfort of eating it just on the go. Let you be anywhere from sports arenas to state fairs, amusement parks and concerts, and corn dogs will be better than any other meal or fast food. The crispy deep fried outer layer of corn dog wrapped around a hot dog will make anyone fall for it. Even those who are looking for the finger food can go with the corn dog nuggets. Corn Dog is one versatile food that is available in different variants from cheesy variation to breakfast version and veggie versions. The corndogs are easy to eat and everyman’s food loved by millions of its fans. As to mark a special note for this versatile menu, National Corn Dog Day has been celebrated.

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Quilting Day


National Quilting Day is celebrated on the third Saturday of every March, and this year it is observed on 17th March. Quilting is the process of sewing two or more layers of fabric together to make a thicker padded material, usually to create a quilt or quilted garment. Typically, quilting is done with three layers: the top fabric, insulating material, and backing material, but many different styles can be adopted. All the three layers are sewed together using rocking, straight or running stitches which are purely functional or decorative. Quilting can be done by hand, via a sewing machine, or by a specific longarm quilting system. Celebrate this day by buying or making one of these.

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Saint Patrick’s Day


Saint Patrick’s Day is an annual feast celebrated on March 17th. Get ready to don yourself with the greenest garb, eat some clover-shaped cookies and march in Irish pride parades. St Partick was the patron saint and bishop of Ireland. He was also the national apostle of Ireland who is credited with bringing the Christianity to Ireland. St Partick’s Day is a religious feast day in the 17th-century which has evolved into a variety of festivals from across the globe. The celebration includes Irish culture with parades, special foods, music, dancing, and a whole lot of traditional green feast of the meal of Irish bacon and cabbage. St Partick’s Day is also celebrated inside and outside of Ireland as a cultural and religious holiday. Saint Patrick’s Day is a global celebration of Irish culture and honors St Patrick, one of Ireland’s patron saints.

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World Sleep Day


World Sleep Day is celebrated on March 16th of this year. It is an annual observance that falls on the Friday before Spring Vernal Equinox. None of us hates sleeping as it is one of the best daily routine activity next to eating. We spend almost about one-third of our daily time in sleeping, and a good sound sleep will make you feel fresh, energetic, brisk and beautiful. Sleeping will let all your body parts to go for rest. But for various reason, most of us don’t sleep properly, and thus it results in different sleeping disorders. It includes insomnia, sleep deprivation, sleep apnea, and restless legs syndrome. World Sleep Day is an annual observance intended to be a celebration of the sleep and is a call to action on the important issues related to sleep.

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