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How to Grow Fresh Herbs Indoor Year-Round without Sunlight

Humans have been growing and using herbs since prehistoric times. In fact, the cave paintings from Lascaux, France, believed to originate between 13,000 and 25,000 B.C., depict drawings of herbs. In the 5th century B.C., the Greek physician...

How to Start a Successful Podcast this Year

The percentage of Americans who regularly listen to podcasts has risen by nearly 200% over the past 10 years. Right alongside the increase in listeners, more and more podcasts have launched, and advertisers have poured dollars into the platform. ...

Super Bowl Spending Statistics, Trends, and Fun Facts

The Super Bowl is one of the most-watched events in the United States. Super Bowl spending amounts to one of the most significant money-making events in the media. Every year, millions of people watch this TV spectacle. In 2020, an average of 102...

Coffee Consumption, History & Trends Around the World

About 500 billion cups of coffee is consumed across the globe in a typical year. That’s roughly equivalent to about 2.25 billion cups of coffee per day, every day making it one of the most popular drinks. The U.S. and Canada celebrate National...

St. Patrick’s Day Spending Statistics & Fun Facts

St. Patrick's Day had its beginning as a religious holiday meant to celebrate St. Patrick who had brought Christianity to Ireland hundreds of years ago. Throughout the years, St. Patricks day has turned into a commercial celebration promoting...

Black Friday Spending Statistics, Trends, and Fun Facts (US & UK)

While the holiday season may begin around Thanksgiving and end on New Year's Eve, one of the best days for deals and busiest shopping days of the season is Black Friday. Sales are so high for Black Friday that the sales day has become a crucial...

Chip off the Old Guac: Tortilla Chips Statistics & Fun Facts

Whether by itself, carrying a scoop of some delicious dip or serving as the foundation of a plate of nachos, Americans have had a love affair with tortilla chips since at least the 1940s. We love tortilla chips so much we’ve even made a holiday...