Some say its good day for a haircut and a bad day for gardening!
Most people know that Good Friday is the day, according to Christian belief, that Jesus was crucified on the cross, but there are a few lesser known traditions and superstitions - read our blog post here: Good Friday | Somewhere in the world today
Take the day off from Lenten deprivations and bake a cake for your dear old mum!
Mothering Sunday / Mother’s Day | Somewhere in the world today
Nowruz Mobarak! Happy Persian New Year!
Nowruz (meaning new day), occurs at the exact time of the Spring Equinox and celebrates the coming of Spring and the New Year. It is a time for visiting friends and family, feasting and performing various rituals for good luck in the coming year.
Picture: NYC Persian Parade 2009 by Sepideh!, on Flickr
Get dyed at the Festival of Colours, India! Happy Holi
Lá Fhéile Pádraig Sona Duit, Happy St Patrick’s Day
Best get baking cupcakes!
Green Velvet Cupcakes topped with fluffy white frosting are the perfect way to celebrate your wee bit o’ Irish on St. Paddy’s Day.
How will you spend St Patrick’s Day this weekend?
Here’s some ideas from guest blooger Josie Sampson…