It just so happens that Relaxation Day falls on a Friday, 08/15, this year. How perfect is that?Now, I am sure I don't have to explain what Relaxation Day is all about, but I will.Basically, it is a day of nothing. A stressless day filled with all your favorite soothing thing.Here are some suggestions on how you should spend your day!1. Doing nothing! (DUH) That means not lifting a finger for any reason but to eat.2. Can you say Spa? Go all out! Massage, facial, manicure, and pedicure.3. Sleep. What is more relaxing than dreamland?4. Cinema. Whether it's going to the theaters or staying in and watching your ...... More
Today marks the 100th anniversary of the initiation of the first World War, July 28th 1914.For those that have forgotten and would like to brush up on a little history I have compiled a list of Facts regarding World War I:Due to the response from Serbia, regarding the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinan, Austro-Hungarian Empire declared war on Serbia.It only took a week for 5 of the major European powers to join the war started by Austro-Hungarian Empire and Serbia.30 countries were involved in the Great War.Dogs and Pigeons were used as message carriers.The Great war helped with the invention of a lot of ...... More
Today marks the 75th anniversary of the Dark Knight. So, it is OFFICIALLY Batman Day!For this momentous occasion DC Comics will be releasing a special edition of Detective Comic #27 as well as 75th anniversary cape and 4 Batman masks!For more information check out: DCComics.comPhoto courtesy of FlickrSpecial thanks to: Do-Hyun Kim
Camels mean it's Wednesday!What's so good about Wednesday?It's a day for Pink, 2 days till Friday and... umm... yeah that's all I have.Happy Wednesday!
"Education is the most POWERFUL weapon which you can use to change the world"~Nelson MandelaNelson Mandela was a South African activist, born July 18, 1918 as part of the Thembu tribe's royal family. Mandela was the first of his family to receive an academic education. He fled his hometown to evade an arranged marriage. In the city of Johannesburg is where he learned how strong racism is in South Africa.He went on to earn a bachelor's degree from the University of Fort Hare and studied law at the University of Witwatersrand. It was in the University of Witwatersrand that he got involved in the movement against ...... More
1. Self-expression.I'm sure everyone has heard the expression"Wear their heart on their sleeves", well here at Wristband Nation we want youto wear your mind on your sleeve. We love it when our customers expressthemselves through us. Every individual has something to say and if we can makeyour voice heard than we are proud to do our jobs. 2. Publicity.Wristbands are a great way to get yourbusiness noticed. They are a sure fire way of getting your name out there. Witha wristband your customers serve as the best form of advertising. Wristbandsare the "word of mouth 2.0". What is better than a ...... More
I'm sentimental, at heart. Which means, I am the type of girl that keeps every movie ticket, birthday card, and concert wristbands. That's why after spending countless hours looking for ways to take my concert wristbands off without damaging them, I was happy when I FINALLY came across the totally genius video by Ms. Kat LeMaster. And since I care for and love all of you, I am happy to share. You're Welcome!1. Twist off - For the twist off, twist the ribbon that comes out from the clasp until you can't twist anymore and proceed to slide the clasp right off.2. In the bag - Place bag over your hand and under the ...... More
We have all heard about the Coachella Festival. But how many of us really know what it's all about? Here are some facts to get you started. You're welcome!
Page 9 of 24 [ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
] > >>
Welcome to the official Wristband Nation blog! The authors of this blog are various members of the Wristband Nation team, proud to be helping change the way people think about wristbands, day to day events, and free stuff. Join us as we try to entertain and educate!