MUNDANE MYSTERIES: Can you eat your Christmas tree?

MUNDANE MYSTERIES: Can you eat your Christmas tree?

I know, I know, seems like an insane question. But you’ll be surprised by the answer! Here’s the thing… if you are really in to recycling, you actually can eat your Christmas tree. The needles provide vitamin C. And if your tree comes with pinecones, the pine nuts can be healthy too. Some Christmas trees…

TELL ME SOMETHING GOOD: Company uses their office holiday party to help kids

TELL ME SOMETHING GOOD: Company uses their office holiday party to help kids

Every company is looking for a creative idea for their annual holiday party. This waste management company in Oregon may have won them all with this one. More than 80 employees and their families all got together and assembled bikes for kids during the company’s annual Christmas party this year. They put together over 150…

MUNDANE MYSTERIES: Why are candy canes so popular during the Christmas season?

MUNDANE MYSTERIES: Why are candy canes so popular during the Christmas season?

You may have already eaten a few candy canes this year. It’s certainly the season for it. But why? The National Confectioners Association (yes, a real thing) says it all started with a choirmaster in a church who originally gave the red and white peppermint sticks to young children to keep them quiet during the…

TELL ME SOMETHING GOOD: Amazon driver goes above and beyond for customer’s porch

TELL ME SOMETHING GOOD: Amazon driver goes above and beyond for customer’s porch

Tis the season for porch pirates and Amazon backorders. We hear all the horror stories about getting our holiday package delivered, but what about the good stories!? Like this one An Amazon driver in Oregon is going viral because of what he did for this one customer after dropping their package on the porch. Right…

MUNDANE MYSTERIES: What country is the North Pole in?

MUNDANE MYSTERIES: What country is the North Pole in?

Santa is busy up in the North Pole getting ready for his big trip next weekend. But where exactly is the North Pole? Which country? Kind of a trick question since no country owns the North Pole currently. It actually exists in international waters. The closest land is the Canadian territory of Nunavut and Greenland…