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    April blog post topic ideas

    April can be a great month – spring is in full swing, flowers are in bloom and summer vacations are just around the corner. However, it can be a difficult month for content creators. Easter is sometimes in April, but otherwise, there’s not a lot of timely content topics in April. If you’re struggling with finding the right blog post topics, turn to this list of ideas for April. 

    Blog Post Topics: April 1-7

    Fun at Work Day (April 1)

    Even though it’s also April Fools’ Day, April 1 is Fun at Work Day. Encourage your readers to enjoy some light-hearted fun while they’re at work with some free printables or small treats.

    Peanut Butter and Jelly Day (April 2)

    Peanut butter and jelly is a childhood staple. Give the classic sandwich a makeover with some PB&J inspired desserts or treats. Don’t feel like you have to shy away from this one if your kiddo has a peanut allergy – just use a different type of nut butter instead. 

    World Party Day (April 3)

    World Party Day is made for content creators! Whether you’re throwing a party for your girlfriends or a cute party for your kids, don’t forget to celebrate World Party Day and share your good times with your audience. 

    Burrito Day (April 4)

    Whether they’re made at home or picked up from your favorite Mexican restaurant, Burrito Day shouldn’t be missed. 

    Deep Dish Pizza Day (April 5)

    Chicago style deep dish pizza is a one-of-a-kind delicacy! Whether you go out to a local pizza joint or make your own, you can’t go wrong with Deep Dish Pizza Day.

    Hostess Twinkie Day (April 6)

    Did you know a few years ago that Twinkies were in danger of going away and never coming back? At the last minute, they were saved. Consider some adorable food crafts made out of Twinkies – your kids will love to eat their projects. 

    No Housework Day (April 7)

    This is a day nearly everyone can get behind – No Housework Day! Take the day off to do something fun with your kids and share your day with your readers. Go out to breakfast, go on a picnic for lunch and end the day with an ice cream cone outside. Your kids will remember the day you spent with them and ignored all the boring stuff of adulthood. 

    Blog Post Topics: April 8-14

    Draw a Picture of a Bird Day (April 8)

    Birds are certainly interesting to watch! On Draw a Picture of a Bird Day, you can draw any bird you’d like! From hand turkeys to gorgeous peacocks, today’s the day to let your artistic talent shine.

    Library and Library Workers Day (April 9)

    If you have a good local library, you know how valuable that is! Show your library workers some appreciation and encourage your readers to do the same with some treat ideas and free printables. 

    National Siblings Day (April 10)

    Your siblings are your first friends and the same goes for your kids! Teach your kids how important it is to show their siblings some love on National Siblings Day.

    Pet Day (April 11)

    Once you’ve shown your siblings some love the day before, it’s time to do the same for your pets. Treat your pets to a favorite meal, a special walk outside or some extra long playtime. They may not know it’s Pet Day, but they’ll still love the attention and affections. 

    DEAR Day (April 12)

    DEAR may sound like it’s another day for showing your loved ones some attention. However, it actually stands for Drop Everything And Read! Let your kids forget about their chores for the day and spend a leisurely day reading together. 

    National Peach Cobbler Day (April 13)

    Peach cobbler has southern roots, but you don’t have to be from the South to enjoy it! If you have an amazing peach cobbler recipe, today’s the day to share it. 

    Dolphin Day (April 14)

    Dolphins are everyone’s favorite sea creature! They’re smart, friendly and all around fun to watch. Teach your kids and your readers some facts about dolphins and include some dolphin crafts for everyone to do. 

    Blog Post Topics: April 15-21

    World Art Day (April 15)

    World Art Day can be celebrated in a number of ways. You can take your kids and your readers on a trip to your local art museum or you can create some art yourself. 

    Wear Your Pajamas to Work Day (April 16)

    This day is a little harder to celebrate if you work in a traditional office. However, you can certainly try to get it started! Stay comfy all day and wear your pajamas to work.

    National Cheeseball Day (April 17)

    A cheeseball is a party staple! If you have an awesome cheeseball recipe, today’s the perfect day to share it with your readers. Make one with your own special twist and delight your readers. 

    High Five Day (April 18)

    High five! It’s High Five Day. Make some free printables for your readers to fill out with special positive messages for their kids and loved ones for a high five that never goes away. 

    National Garlic Day (April 19)

    Garlic is a delicious staple for a number of recipes. If you have a penchant for all things garlic, today’s a great day to share it with your audience. 

    Look Alike Day (April 20)

    Look Alike Day is a great to have fun with your kids. Dress alike today in matching clothes and plan a fun twin day!

    Chocolate Covered Cashews Day (April 21)

    What’s better than cashews? Chocolate covered cashews! On Chocolate Covered Cashews Day, come up with your own delicious recipe using these delightful nuts. 

    Blog Post Topics: April 22-28

    Girl Scout Leader Day (April 22)

    Girl Scout leaders put together a fun and valuable time for Girl Scouts and most people don’t realize that it’s 100% voluntary. They spend hours planning meetings and activities for the girls so today’s the day to say thank you. 

    National Zucchini Bread Day (April 23)

    If you have a great zucchini bread recipe, National Zucchini Bread Day is the perfect day to share it with your readers. 

    Pigs in a Blanket Day (April 24)

    If your kids have never had pigs in a blanket, today’s a great day to make them with your kids! They’ll love the combination of hot dogs wrapped in dough – yum!

    Mani Pedi Day (April 25)

    Treat yo’self today, it’s Mani Pedi Day! Today would also be a great day to treat your friends and neighbors to a little printable attached to a brand new bottle of nail polish so you can share the love. 

    Pretzel Day (April 26)

    It’s Pretzel Day! If you’re a fan of The Office, you may remember just how excited Michael and crew were for Pretzel Day. If you have a favorite homemade pretzel recipe, share it with your readers today. 

    Eeyore’s Birthday (April 27)

    Eeyore is everyone’s favorite melancholy friend from Winnie the Pooh and today’s his birthday. It’s the perfect day to throw a fun Winnie the Pooh and friends party for Eeyore.

    Superhero Day (April 28)

    Whether you’re a fan of Marvel or D.C., Superhero Day is the day to celebrate them all. Throw a superhero themed party or playdate for your kids and their friends and don’t forget to share with your blog audience!

    Blog Post Topics: April 29-30

    National Shrimp Scampi Day (April 29)

    Shrimp scampi is an amazing combination of shrimp, butter, lemon and pasta and it’s delicious. Today’s the day to share your favorite recipe with your readers for a quick and delightful dinner. 

    Bugs Bunny Day (April 30)

    What’s up, Doc? It’s Bugs Bunny Day! Everyone’s favorite bunny has his own day and today’s the day to share him with your kids and readers. 

    These April blog post topic ideas will definitely help you come up with a content calendar that your readers will love.

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