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Travel Tuesday: Garmisch, Germany

If you’ve never been to Germany or haven’t spent much time there, you may have never heard of Garmisch. Sometimes, the places you haven’t heard of are well-kept secrets. Garmisch, featured today in the 1000 Places to See Before You Die Page-A-Day® calendar, sits under the majestic Zugspitze, the highest mountain in Germany at 9,714 feet. Read More »

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Celebrate National Wilderness Month with Audubon

You already know the Page-A-Day® Team is obsessed with animals: just take a look at our Cat, Dog, and Sloth calendars! We are also committed to animals in the wild, and wilderness preservation. We know how important those protected areas are to our ecosystems, and we partner with both Greenpeace and Audubon to bring their messages to the calendar-loving public.  Read More »

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Today is a New Day

Obviously, every day is a new day, but what if you woke up tomorrow and really acted like you had just entered into 12 glorious hours of fresh possibility? 12 hours of opportunity. 12 hours of brand new experiences. That’s the suggestion of the day anyway in the Women Who Do Too Much Page-A-Day® Calendar. Read More »

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Travel Tuesday: Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka

In Nuwara Eliya, the Sri Lankan hills are alive with the scent of tea. Tea production in the area is traced back to British rule of the region: in the mid-19th century, the British arrived, bearing their beloved tea plants. Now, the wheels of the town of Nuwara Eliya spin around the tea industry, and it’s a veritable tea-tourism destination that is featured in the 1000 Places to See Before You Die Page-A-Day® calendar. Read More »

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Travel Tuesday: A Market Lover’s Mecca

In Brazil, the many tents and stands that comprise Ver-o-Peso actually constitute a national monument. As the largest outdoor public market in Brazil—and with 50,000 daily visitors and 6,000 workers—it’s no surprise that Ver-o-Peso is officially recognized by the country. Located in the town of Belém in northern Brazil, the market neighbors ports that have long been hubs of trade. Read More »