Do you ever feel like you have nothing to write about? You want to post, but you just can’t think of anything. Frustrating. I’ve been there. But, have no fear! March is full of unique holidays, observances, and celebrations that might just provide the blog fodder you need.
Adopt a Rescued Guinea Pig Month
Women’s History Month
Dolphin Awareness Month
Pet Poison Prevention Month
Week-Long Observances and Events:
March 7-11: Professional Pet Sitters Week
March 14-18: National Poison Prevention Week
March 16-18: Global Pet Expo in Orlando, Florida
Day Events, Holidays, and Observances:
March 8: #BlogPawsChat on Twitter from 8-10 PM (Eastern)
March 8: Women’s Day
March 13: K9 Veterans’ Day
March 13: Daylight Savings (Spring forward!)
March 14: Save a Spider Day and Learn About Butterflies Day
March 15: Buzzard’s Day
March 16: Panda Day
March 20: World Frog Day and World Sparrow Day
March 20: International Earth Day
March 22: #BlogPawsChat on Twitter from 8-10 PM (Eastern)
March 22: International Day of the Seal
March 23: World Turtle Day and National Puppy Day
March 25: Manatee Appreciation Day
March 26: Make Up Your Own Holiday Day (seriously!)
March 27: Easter
March 28: Respect Your Cat Day
March 29: #BlogPawsChat on Twitter from 8-10 PM (Eastern)
Hard to believe there are that many days, observances, and events in one single month. But if you’ve been feeling stuck for content ideas for your pet blog this March, I bet something on this list struck a chord with you. What do you think? Are you likely to cover the new product releases and hot pet industry trends coming out of Global Pet Expo? Or perhaps Panda Day sparked a conservation idea? We could ALL write something for Make Up Your Own Holiday Day, I’m sure!
What events, observances, and holidays do you plan to cover this March?
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Maggie Marton serves as the BlogPaws blog manager. When not hiking with her two pit mixes, Emmett and Cooper, or playing with Newt the Cat, Maggie writes about them (and the pet industry) at ohmydogblog.com and maggiemarton.com.
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