March can be a dreary month. It’s not quite spring in much of the country and although Easter can sometimes be at the end of the month, in many years there’s not a lot to look forward to in March. Until now! If you’re struggling to come up with content for your March blog post topics, these ideas can definitely help.
Blog Post Topics: March 1-7
Superman’s Birthday (March 1)
Superheroes are having a pop culture resurgence lately and Superman is one of the most iconic figures in the genre. Celebrate March 1 with a Superman themed party because today’s his birthday!
Dr. Seuss’ Birthday (March 2)
The birthday celebrations continue with Dr. Seuss’ birthday on March 2. Many schools across the country choose to celebrate Read Across America week in the same week to pay homage to Dr. Seuss.
Princess Day (March 3)
If you have a princess obsessed kiddo, today’s the day to celebrate Princess Day! Throw a princess party for your kids and bring your readers along for the fun.
Marching Music Day (March 4)
Everybody loves a parade! Get your kids ready to enjoy some marching music with Marching Music Day! Have them make their own instruments and get ready to play!
Poutine Day (March 5)
If you’ve never had poutine, you’re in for a treat. It’s a delicious combination of french fries, gravy, cheese curds and sometimes bacon. Share your favorite poutine recipe and introduce your readers to this uniquely Canadian treat.
Oreo Cookie Day (March 6)
The Oreo is a beloved cookie all over the country and it’s incredibly versatile. You can add it to ice cream for a cookies and cream shake, dip them in chocolate or even use them for a delicious cheesecake crust. Delight your readers with your favorite recipes featuring Oreo cookies.
Cereal Day (March 7)
Celebrating Cereal Day can be “Cereal-sy” fun. From a breakfast treat, to a dinner full of everyone’s favorite breakfast, your kids and your readers will be a kick out of celebrating Cereal Day.
Blog Post Topics: March 8-14
International Women’s Day (March 8)
International Women’s Day is a day for women to celebrate women! Teach your kids (and your readers) about the day’s history, as well as famous women throughout history on this day.
International Fanny Pack Day (March 9)
It’s true – fanny packs are in style again. Share your favorite fanny pack on International Fanny Pack Day. If you enjoy DIY projects, put your own spin on a DIY fanny pack.
Mario Day (March 10)
March 10 is chosen as Mario Day because when you write out the date like Mar10, it looks like Mario. Mario from the Nintendo series is the perfect theme for a fun party for your kids and their friends so don’t forget to share it with your readers.
Napping Day (March 11)
Here’s a day nearly everyone can get behind – Napping Day! Celebrate the day by enjoying a nap and telling your readers to do the same!
Girl Scout Day (March 12)
Celebrate Girl Scouts with Girl Scout Day! Enjoy some Girl Scout cookies, go on a camping trip or do a project to earn a fun badge. If you’re a leader, today’s the perfect day to share some of your best tips for being in charge of a Girl Scout troop.
Donald Duck Day (March 13)
If your kids love all things Disney, today’s the best day to throw a Donald Duck party. Get ready to get quacking!
Pi Day (March 14)
Pi Day is named because the first three numbers of Pi are 3.14, which works out to be March 14. Share a fun pie recipe with your readers today.
Blog Post Topics: March 15-21
World Sleep Day (March 15)
Earlier in the month, we had a day to celebrate naps, but today is dedicated towards sleeping in general. Show off your bedroom or look for sponsored partnerships with mattress or bedding companies.
Panda Day (March 16)
A panda party is the cutest party theme – it’s perfect for both boys and girls. On Panda Day, throw an adorable panda party for your kids and their friends and share it with your readers today.
Campfire Day (March 17)
St. Patrick’s Day isn’t the only day to celebrate on March 17. It’s also Campfire Day! Even if you’re not up for a camping trip, you can also make a fire in a backyard fire pit and have some s’mores.
Awkward Moments Day (March 18)
Everyone has a few moments that they wish they could forget about! Instead of trying to pretend they never happened, share your most awkward moments with your readers and encourage them to share their own.
Chocolate Caramel Day (March 19)
There’s nothing like the combination of chocolate and caramel! If you have a delicious recipe that uses both chocolate and caramel, share it with your readers today!
Kick Butts Day (March 20)
If your New Year’s Resolution was to stop smoking, but you’ve slipped a little, today’s the day to give is a kick start. It’s Kick Butts Day!
World Poetry Day (March 21)
Roses are red, violets are blue…World Poetry Day is perfect for you! While that’s a pretty terrible poem, today’s a great day to have your kids write poems.
Blog Post Topics: March 22-28
International Goof-Off Day (March 22)
Get goofy today! Take some time to have fun and spend a silly day with your kids. Give your readers some ideas that they may be able duplicate with their own kids.
Puppy Day (March 23)
Puppy Day is the perfect day to throw a paw-ty. If you have a dog, celebrate your pooch today on Puppy Day!
Chocolate Covered Raisins Day (March 24)
Raisins are considered nature’s candy, but everything’s better with chocolate! Whether you have a recipe that uses chocolate covered raisins or you’re planning on making trail mix with them, enjoy a treat today!
Waffle Day (March 25)
Waffles are a staple on the show Parks and Rec – it’s Leslie Knope’s favorite meal. Share your best waffle recipe today and enjoy a fun breakfast for dinner tonight.
Purple Day (March 26)
Purple Day celebrates the gorgeous color of purple! Enjoy a purple party with purple grapes, purple cupcakes, and more.
World Theater Day (March 27)
World Theater Day is the perfect opportunity to teach your kids how to appreciate live performance. Today would be a great day to find a local children’s theater and introduce your kids to a live performance.
Something on a Stick Day (March 28)
From corn dogs, to popsicles, some of the best foods can be cooked on a stick! Throw a fun party for your kids and your readers and enjoy all sorts of foods found on a stick today.
Blog Post Topics: March 29-31
National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day (March 29)
If you want to support small businesses in your community, you can’t go wrong with National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day. Make an effort to shop small today!
Take a Walk in a Park Day (March 30)
If the weather is nice enough, enjoy Take a Walk in a Park Day. Take lots of pictures and encourage your readers to get out and enjoy their own neighborhoods.
World Backup Day (March 31)
If you’re a blogger, you know the importance of backing up your data! World Backup Day is the perfect day to do that. It may not be the most exciting topic, but it’s an important one for your audience.
These are just a few ideas that you can use to create your March content calendar for your blog. Take some time to find the March blog topic ideas that work best for your site and your audience and you’ll have a great start on unique March blog content. Looking for April blog content ideas or February blog topic ideas? We’ve got those too.
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