In case you missed a post or two this month, here’s a quick recap of what I wrote about during the month of August:
Questions I Asked –
Who Invented The Chair? – It is something I have never thought about before, but it may just be the most important question ever asked during a Wonder Why Wednesday post.
Where is Sesame Street Located? – Now I can tell you how to get to Sesame Street.
Why Do We Call Them the ‘Dog Days’ of Summer? – Hint: the term “dog days of summer” has nothing to do with dogs lying around in the heat.
How Big Is A Rainbow? – If you are anything like me, your mind will start to wander after you read ice cream cone in the post.
Why Is There Traffic? – Americans spend 38 hours a year stuck in traffic. Find out why.
Things We Learned –
The One Time To Procrastinate – If there is one thing we need to learn to procrastinate about, it is tomorrow’s problems.
What Happens When We Look For Roadblocks – When we are driving, it is important to look for roadblocks. Not spotting them can take a chunk out of your bumper and your wallet. In other aspects of our life though, looking for roadblocks may actually be harmful.
What Inspired The Post About Roadblocks – In order to let the readers into the parts of my brain that are missing, I came up with an idea that will show how I came up with the idea for certain posts.
What Once In A Lifetime Looks Like – Just don’t stare directly at it.
What Johnny Cash Can Teach Us About Worrying – From his very expensive to do list.
Fun With Numbers –
Top 10 Lines From The Elements of Style – My brother is not a fan of #1.
5 Science-Backed Ways to Have a Healthier Weekend – Fun fact: Research shows that people log the least amount of exercise Friday through Sunday, while bacon, beer and French fry consumption spike.