Happy 4th of July!

independence day infographic

Happy 4th of July to all of my readers here in the States! I know that for many of my non-American readers, today is just like any other normal day and you will go about your normal daily routine. Since I am taking the day off I thought that I would share this nice little infographic I came across that offers a few silly statistics in relation to the Holiday, like the lack of historical awareness about the Holiday. Celebrating our independence as a country means different things to different people and to the Frugal Rules home it means being thankful for what we have been blessed with and thankful to those who have served our country to make our freedoms possible. I suppose we’ll be celebrating the 4th of July holiday like other Americans and having a BBQ with some friends and enjoying a cold brew or two. After that, the kids will get the pleasure of watching Dad be silly and shoot off as many fireworks as possible…something I am not frugal with. If you’re planning on shooting fireworks off tonight, I do encourage you to do it as safely as possible and if you will be drinking please be wise and do not drink and drive.

How will you be celebrating the 4th of July Holiday? What stood out to you most on this infographic?

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