National Puzzle Day
Date When Celebrated : This holiday is always on January 29.
Don't be puzzled by today. National Puzzle Day honors puzzles of all size, shape and form. Crossword puzzles are by far the most common. Sudoku, a number puzzle, is the most recent puzzle rage. And, don't forget the ever popular picture puzzles. There's easy puzzles, and there's puzzles for experts. They fit the needs of every person, and every skill level.
Puzzles are a favorite pastime of millions of people, young and old. So, what's with this fascination over puzzles? There's numerous reasons for it's popularity. For many, doing puzzles is fun. Some people just like the challenge of completing them, and graduating to evermore complex and difficult puzzle solving levels. For others, it is a way to kill time, and to eliminate boredom. Others still, do puzzles to keep their mind sharp, or to learn new words.
Whatever the cause for your interest, spend National Puzzle Day doing puzzles. On this day, you can do crosswords, picture puzzles, Sudoku, or any other kind of puzzle that you prefer.
Did You Know? Doing puzzles helps to keep your brain sharp. It helps improve memory. It also helps to avoid Alzheimer's and dementia.
Today's Chuckle: I'm feeling pretty proud of myself. I
bought a puzzle that said "3 - 5 years", but I finished it in 18 months.
History and Origin of National Puzzle Day:
Who created this day and when remains a puzzle.
There is no evidence to suggest that this is truly a "National" day, which requires an act of congress.
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What happened on this Day? This Day in History
Flower of the Day: Black-Eyed Susan
Recipe of the Day: Tomato 'n Beef Casserole
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