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As in “We have a lot of mugs to pick from, and they’re sure to make you grin!”

Everyone has one or two things that always make them smile, no matter what else might be going on. It might be your kids, or a pet. It could be an inside joke between you and your friends. It might even be something you have no direct experience with, but the idea of it makes you happy.

It’s always nice to get that dopamine boost when you’re cheerful. That’s why most of us...

Our doctors are always after us to exercise, and every January, gym memberships go up. This usually doesn’t last very long. And while it’s nice to have weights and/or personal trainers, one of the better exercises you can do doesn’t require any training, equipment, or memberships, and can be done anywhere.

Almost everyone can run. Kids run everywhere because 1, they’re excited to get to the next thing, and 2, they have the energy for it. Teens might join their school’s track team. Adults run to stay in shape and keep...

We’re a third of the year down already. The days are zipping by so quickly, you pretty much have to plan in advance to make sure you don’t miss anything. Of course, we’re here to help with that.

Summer begins in June, and it’s a favorite month for students on break from school, people that enjoy warmer weather, sports fans, farmers, and more. There are also a lot of things to celebrate in June. Check out the list below!

1. June 2 – National...

They’re quiet, don’t need special food or intricate equipment, good in the water or on land and, since they can live to be 150 years old, they’re a family pet that can be passed down through several generations.

Turtles! (or Tortoises!)

There are a lot of different kinds of turtles out there. Just like any other animal, some are little, some are big; some are cute, some are scary; some are gentle, some are fierce. So there are plenty of choices when it comes to keeping one as a pet. Several turtle...

They carry us for nine months. They raise us for eighteen years. They fret over us forever.

Let’s give them one whole day for recognition!

You know better than that, obviously. Mom should be saluted and celebrated all year long. This is just a day to make it extra special.

Mother’s Day is May 9, so you’ve got a month to find something nice for Mom. We’d suggest a nice mug, and if that surprises you, how did you get here? Look below to see some samples of our

Bows and arrows are some of the oldest weapons known, and were used in cultures all over the world. The earliest arrowheads found to date are approximately 70,000 years old.

Bows were the primary weapon for fighting and hunting up until the tail end of the Hundred Years’ War.
On October 25, 1415, despite being heavily outnumbered and out-equipped, English longbowmen soundly defeated the French army at the Battle of Agincourt. (Okay, yes, the terrain played a huge part in the victory, but still…). Since the use of gunpowder firearms such as...

Welcome to the second quarter of the year! The days are getting warmer, flowers are starting to bud, bees are buzzing around. It’s all very pastoral.

Spring is a great time of year, mainly because it’s nicer to be outside. But if you live in one of those areas that can’t quite shake winter, or get torrential rain during the month, you’re probably looking ahead to May before you can get to your outdoor fun. While you’re planning, check out the list below of some of the fun days—big and small—you...

The term “anapestic tetrameter” may not mean anything to you, but chances are pretty good that you know it. If you enjoyed Dr. Seuss books as a child (or even now!), or have ever recited “ 'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house...,” you have. Many nursery rhymes follow the same pattern, and a whole lot of poetry does, too. English speakers seem programmed to respond to that rhythm.

In addition to rhythm, poets have many other ways to get your attention. Word choice, line breaks, use of...

Studies suggest that people that own pets are generally happier, with less stress or depression than those without an animal companion. It doesn’t seem to make a difference what kind of pet it is, either. Maybe it’s just having another creature to talk to, or making sure our buddy is fed, healthy, and happy.

Fortunately, pets come in all types and sizes, so you can still enjoy the benefits even if you’re allergic to some animals, or only have a tiny place, or need something that won’t make noise.

April is National...

You know how, when it’s time to harvest, farmers absolutely destroy their fields? They’ll rip everything out, regardless if it’s part of their crop or not, dig up the topsoil, tear everything up with tractors and plows so the next rain can wash it away, drift over into their neighbors’ fields to strip them down, too, then move to the next plot, and the next, and the next, and never come back again?

Of course not. That would be ridiculous. And counterproductive. And short-sighted. And illegal.

But that’s what happens to the...