National Bring Your Manners To Work Day

The first Friday of September is National Bring Your Manners To Work Day. This day is dedicated to reminding people to be considerate and polite with their co-workers

How many of these issues happen at your place of work?

Stolen lunches?
Inappropriate clothing?
Inappropriate language?
‘Borrowed’ office supplies?
Are the boundaries of personal space and items respected?
Gossip? Who has a crush on whom, and how much do other employees earn compared to others?…

September is National Milkshake Month!

September is National Milkshake Month!

~ Milkshake Trivia & History ~

The basic ingredients for a milkshake include milk, ice cream, and flavoring. Bandleader Fred Waring financed the invention by Frederick Jacob Osius, and later marketed the Miracle Mixer and Waring Blendor (note the spelling) in 1937, making milkshakes available in many homes, in addition to medical research. They sold for under $30.

Hamilton Beach made the blender of choice for most professional food establishments …

National Cherry Popsicle Day – August 26

(PCM) What’s better on a hot August day than a delicious, icy popsicle?Today you can get all sorts of flavors and make even stranger ones on your own, but that doesn’t take away from the classics… like the cherry popsicle. While we encourage you to explore the wonders of the popsicle world, this weekend, we prize the cherry above all else in order to celebrate National Cherry Popsicle Day on August 26. Whether you …

Time To Get Your Butt In Gear And Celebrate National Kick Butt Day!

(PCM) There is nothing wrong with a little positive motivation, so of course there is no better day to give yourself a swift kick in the rear and get into gear than on National Kick Butt Day which is celebrated on the second Monday in October! It is not a day of remembrance, but instead a day of action.

We urge everyone to take a look at some of the dreams, wishes and goals that …

The Myth Of The Great Chicago Fire! Additional More Deadly Fires Broke Out The Same Day!

(PCM) Over the years all of us have surely heard some version of the story about how the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 broke out. The devastating blaze killed more than 250 people, left over 100,000 homeless, destroyed 17,400 buildings and burned more than 2,000 acres of land, but did you know that the Great Chicago Fire was not the deadliest blaze to break out on that fateful day of October 8.

While the Great …

Groundhogs, Saints, and Bonfires: February Festivals of Spring

(PCM) By the time February rolls in, many of us here in the northern hemisphere are tired of snow, and cold, and scraping our cars off every morning. We’ll be waiting with frosted breath to find out if Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow – will spring make an early entrance, or are we condemned to six more weeks of winter blahs?

While the groundhog is a newish American pop culture hero, we humans have …

Why Do We Drop A Ball To Celebrate New Year’s Eve?

(PCM) All across the world folks will be celebrating the New Year with various customs and traditions, however one of the most well-known and well-preserved traditions takes place in heart of Times Square in New York City with the dropping of the now 11,875 pound ball adorned with over 2,500 Waterford Crystals and 32,000 LED lights. Over 1 billion tune in to watch the famous ball drop at midnight to ring in the New Year, …

Halloween Has It’s Revenge On Christmas With The Necrofeast

(PCM) How many of you have every heard of The Necrofeast? Don’t worry, we hadn’t either until we discovered quite a few pages on the internet dedicated to this relatively unknown macabre holiday that is celebrated from sunset to dawn on December 27th.

According to the Facebook page dedicated Necrofeast, the holiday is influenced “by potpourri of Native American, European, Arabian, & other “unknown” pagan folklores. While similar to Halloween, El Día de los …

Sammi’s Favorite Things: Redbox Deals

Give the gift of entertainment this holiday season. Redbox is offering major deals on previously rented movies and video games.

The holiday sale runs from December 18th through January 1st. 

Movies and games on sale include: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Hotel Transylvania 3, Avengers: Infinity War, God of War PS4/XBOX ONE, Far Cry 5 PS4/XBOX ONE, MLB The Show 18 PS4, and more!! (Full list below)

Own them for as low as $3.99, including Ready …

The Top Ten ‘Naughty’ Christmas Songs

(PCM) This year instead of making a list of all the usual suspects when it comes to the most popular Christmas song, we decided to shake things up a bit and create a list of the top ten “naughty” or adult-themed Christmas songs of the season. Be warned the list below is for mature listeners only and totally NSFW!

1.Corey Taylor – X-M@$

2. Dropkick Murphy’s – The Season’s Upon Us

3. Steel Panther –

Sammi’s Favorite Things: Screenbid

As the holiday season is upon us it’s time to start thinking of gifts for everyone in the family. Luckily, Screenbid is your one stop shop this season to find the perfect present for everyone on your list! Los Angeles based company, Screenbid, brings your favorite TV shows and movies to life by providing 100% authentic costumes, props, and everything in between to the everyday consumer. With up to 70% off designer fashion brands curated …

Happy Maple Syrup Day (December 17th)

(PCM) Happy Maple Syrup Day! Did you most of the bottled brown breakfast syrup that you find on grocery store shelves is NOT maple syrup? Imitation syrup (usually labeled “table-syrup” or “maple-flavored syrup”, etc.) is made from high-fructose corn syrup or other artificial flavors and additives.

True maple syrup comes from the concentrated sap of the sugar maple tree (a North American native). It is graded by color, which can range from light amber (like …