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Consumers Lose At Least $3 Billion a Year in Unspent Gift Cards. Starbucks Alone Has Recorded $140 Million Unused Gift Cards.

A gift card allows recipients to purchase whatever they want from a specific store. This freedom will enable them to purchase what they genuinely require while also providing you with the satisfaction of having given well. But do you know how much consumers lose in unspent gift cards? Unused gift cards cost consumers $3 billion …

Consumers Lose At Least $3 Billion a Year in Unspent Gift Cards. Starbucks Alone Has Recorded $140 Million Unused Gift Cards. Read More »

Santa Claus

When Did Leaving Cookies and Milk for Santa Start?

Most children in the United States have a long-standing tradition of leaving a plate of cookies and a glass of milk out for Santa Claus on Christmas Eve. But it wasn’t always like this? When did the tradition of leaving milk and cookies for Santa start? During the Great Depression, leaving cookies and milk for …

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In Japan, Valentine’s Day is a day when girls buy chocolates and other gifts for boys they like. A month later, on March 14th, is called White Day. On that day, the boys will buy gifts to give back to the girls who bought them gifts on Valentine’s Day.

Days before the Valentine’s Day, stores get packed with a large variety of chocolates, the cooking tools, and women! What is more unique in Japan is that there exists a “White Day” which takes place on March 14th, exactly one month after Valentine’s Day. On White Day men are supposed to give return gifts to …

In Japan, Valentine’s Day is a day when girls buy chocolates and other gifts for boys they like. A month later, on March 14th, is called White Day. On that day, the boys will buy gifts to give back to the girls who bought them gifts on Valentine’s Day. Read More »

The Hydrangea flower color changes based on the pH in soil. Soil with a pH of 5.5 or lower will sprout blue hydrangeas, a ph of 6.5 or higher will produce pink hydrangeas, and soil in between 5.5 and 6.5 will have purple hydrangeas

Hydrangea (/haɪˈdreɪndʒiə/;[1] common names hydrangea or hortensia) is a genus of 70–75 species of flowering plants native to southern and eastern Asia (China, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, the Himalayas, and Indonesia) and the Americas. Hydrangea paniculata Hydrangea aspera. Hydrangea candida. Hydrangea caudatifolia. Hydrangea chinensis. Hydrangea chungii. Hydrangea coenobialis. Hydrangea heteromalla. Hydrangea hypoglauca. Hydrangea integrifolia. Hydrangea jelskii. …

The Hydrangea flower color changes based on the pH in soil. Soil with a pH of 5.5 or lower will sprout blue hydrangeas, a ph of 6.5 or higher will produce pink hydrangeas, and soil in between 5.5 and 6.5 will have purple hydrangeas Read More »