Independence Day usually takes over July, but after it’s passed, what on earth do you write about? It’s a little early for back to school posts in most parts of the country. If you’re not sure what else there is to celebrate in July, these blog post topic ideas can help.
Blog Post Topics: July 1-7
International Joke Day (July 1)
Do you have a good joke? International Joke Day is the ideal opportunity to create a few free joke printables that you can provide for your readers. Make sure to have readers provide their email address so you can add them to your subscriber list.
World UFO Day (July 2)
Do you believe in UFOs? Even if you don’t, today’s the day to celebrate them. Create some alien related content, such as alien or spaceship cookies or crafts.
Compliment Your Mirror Day (July 3)
Hey there good lookin’! Today’s the day to take a look at your reflection and celebrate what you like about your appearance. Too often, we focus on what we dislike about ourselves so today, make sure to be kind to yourself.
Sidewalk Egg Frying Day (July 4)
By the 4th of July, it’s often hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk. Take a break from the Independence Day festivities to see if you can fry an egg on your sidewalk!
National Apple Turnover Day (July 5)
Got a great recipe for apple turnovers? Today’s the day to share it! Yum!
National Fried Chicken Day (July 6)
Whether you fry your own, or celebrate with a bucket of chicken from your favorite restaurant or grocery store, today’s the day to enjoy some fried chicken.
National Strawberry Sundae Day (July 7)
Strawberries are in season. Encourage your readers to head out with their family to pick strawberries in the morning and then enjoy a homemade strawberry sundae in the evening.
Blog Post Topics: July 8-14
National Blueberry Day (July 8)
Blueberries go together with strawberries so it makes sense that National Blueberry Day is celebrated just after National Strawberry Sundae Day. Today’s the day to share your favorite blueberry recipes.
National Sugar Cookie Day (July 9)
Most people think of sugar cookies as a holiday staple, but there’s no reason why you can’t enjoy them year round. Give your readers access to your favorite sugar cookie recipe or share your best decorating tips today.
Teddy Bear Picnic Day (July 10)
Bring your favorite teddy bear outside for a fun picnic today! If you don’t have time to pack a full lunch and head out to a park, just encourage your readers to take their lunches outside.
Cheer Up the Lonely Day (July 11)
Cheer Up the Lonely Day is the ideal opportunity to encourage your readers to contact their loved ones that they don’t see on a regular basis. It’s also a great day for you and your readers to create cards or treats for your local nursing home.
Pecan Pie Day (July 12)
Although pecan pies are normally enjoyed around Thanksgiving, there’s no reason why you can’t make one in July! Don’t forget the whipped cream.
Embrace your Geekness Day (July 13)
Embrace your inner geek on July 13! From sci-fy to superheroes, today’s the day to celebrate everything geeky.
Shark Awareness Day (July 14)
Although Shark Week starts later in July, today’s Shark Awareness Day. Plan a shark party, create some shark themed snacks and learn about the different types of sharks!
Blog Post Topics: July 15-21
Cow Appreciation Day (July 15)
Today’s the day to appreciate everything we get from cows! From hamburgers and cheese, to ice cream and more, we get a lot of our daily products from cows. Moo!
Fresh Spinach Day (July 16)
Today’s the day for all your recipes that use fresh spinach. From delicious spinach salads to recipes that use freshly picked spinach, share your favorite spinach recipes.
National Hot Dog Day (July 17)
If you didn’t have enough of hot dogs during the 4th of July, today’s the day to celebrate. Bring out your best hot dog concoctions for your readers – how creative can you get?
National Caviar Day (July 18)
If you’ve never had caviar, there’s no time like today. If you don’t think that your readers are the fish egg crowd, consider making your own faux caviar with vegetable oil, gelatin and liquid.
National Daiquiri Day (July 19)
Celebrate today with a frozen daiquiri. Although strawberry is probably the most popular flavor, you can’t go wrong with a classic lime or updated flavors like peach, watermelon or raspberry. Don’t forget to make a mocktail recipe too!
National Lollipop Day (July 20)
Everybody loves a classic lollipop! Enjoy National Lollipop Day by offering your readers some cute, free printables that they can pair with a lollipop and share with friends and neighbors.
National Junk Food Day (July 21)
Treat yo’self on National Junk Food Day. Share your most delicious, bad for you recipe today because today’s the day to forget about your diet!
Blog Post Topics: July 22-28
National Hammock Day (July 22)
After yesterday’s feast of junk food, it’s time to relax in your hammock. Don’t have a hammock? A nap on the couch or underneath your favorite tree will do.
Vanilla Ice Cream Day (July 23)
Vanilla ice cream is the unsung hero of ice cream flavors. It’s classic and is great in a chocolate sundae, topping your favorite pie or all on its own. Make your own or enjoy one straight out of the carton.
Tell an Old Joke Day (July 24)
Got a favorite old joke? Make a fun printable that your readers can print and share with their friends.
Culinarians Day (July 25)
You don’t have to be a chef to celebrate Culinarians Day. Today’s the day to share your absolute favorite recipe – the one that makes you feel like an accomplished chef!
Aunt and Uncle Day (July 26)
Celebrate your kids’ favorite aunt and uncle today! Encourage your kids to create a cute craft to give as a gift for their aunt and uncle.
Take Your Pants for a Walk Day (July 27)
Get your pants out of the house today and go for a walk! Take your kids to the park or walk down the block for a little bit of exercise.
National Milk Chocolate Day (July 28)
What’s your favorite type of chocolate? If it’s milk chocolate, today’s the day to celebrate with some milk chocolate deliciousness.
Blog Post Topics: July 29-31
National Lasagna Day (July 29)
Whether it’s a classic lasagna made out of ground beef and sausage or a vegetarian recipe filled with veggies, National Lasagna Day is the perfect time to pull out your favorite lasagna recipe.
National Cheesecake Day (July 30)
Cheesecake is thought to be very complicated, but if you’ve never made one, it’s easier than you may think! If you happen to have an Instant Pot or other pressure cooker, take advantage of the popularity of Instant Pot cheesecake recipes to capture those searches.
Mutt’s Day (July 31)
If your favorite pooch is a mix breed, celebrate them on Mutt’s Day. Or, throw a cute puppy adoption party for your kids, complete with a stuffed dog adoption center.
These blog post topic ideas should definitely help you find things to write about in your July blog posts. Whether you post once a day or a couple times a week, look to these funny holidays to celebrate to bring some fun to your site.