22 Juicy Facts About September

It’s September in The Storage Inn located in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey, and our storage tenants are enjoying their last summer blasts! Explore more juicy facts about September below!

This week has seen an influx of beach chairs and umbrellas, kayaks, bikes, and more being moved out and in by our customers who use our storage.

It’s no secret that September starts with Labor Day. Labor Day celebration, but The staff here in The Storage Inn believed you would appreciate a few fun facts about September. Here are some of them!

For fun and to commemorate its arrival, We thought we’d share some fantastic information about September.

Fun Facts About September

1. In the older Roman calendar, it was the seventh month, from which comes its Latin name, ‘Septem,’ which means seven.

2. According to U.S. data, the average number of babies were born during September than in any other month in the year. It is interesting to observe that Labour Day is also celebrated in some countries during September.

3. The month of September is the one during the year that the former President Gerald Ford gave a pardon to the former president Richard M. Nixon after Watergate

4. Sapphire is the gemstone of July.

5. The zodiac significations for September are Libra and Virgo. Libra

6. September is the highest activity with hurricanes across the Atlantic.

7. Elias Howe patented his sewing machine in September.

8. The flower that is born in September is the morning glory.

9. It is September’s only month to have the same amount of letters in its name. September is the ninth month, and it has nine letters in its name.

10. September was a month that had just 29 days before Julius Caesar’s calendar reform.

11. “September” comes from an older Roman phrase, “Septem,” which means seven. This is correct. It is the 7th month according to the Roman calendar. It was not officially named the ninth month until the introduction to the Gregorian calendar.

12. It is believed that the Romans believed that God of fire guarded Sept. They always believed that volcanic and fire eruptions would happen during September.

13. Of all the twelve months, September is the one written with more letters. It is composed of nine letters and nine months in the entire year. The other months do not contain the same number of letters in their total in the calendar year.

14. The month of September, the “Harvest Moon” is the largest moon of the season.

When you stare at it, you will see it is huge and provides lots of illumination throughout the night. There is no other lunar sight so spectacular as that of the Harvest Moon.

15. The day that falls on the first autumn day typically falls on September 22 or 23rd within North America. It is when the daylight hours are nearly identical to the time of the night. This happens around the same time the Spring Equinox does in Australia.

16. An unnoticed yet significant holiday falls in September. September 17 marks Constitution Day, which marks the date that Constitution Day was when the U.S. Constitution was adopted.

17. More classic and pop songs have “September” in the title than any other month.

18. We’re all aware that Labor Day is in September. However, have you realized that September also includes a handful of lesser-known holidays? Some of them are National Grandparent Day, National Cheese Pizza Day, and National Drink-a-Beer Day.

19. September is also known to be Harvest Month. It’s the perfect month for harvesting in preparation for winter’s coming months. It was known as “Harvest-month” in Old England, meaning Harvest Month. The best crop varieties to harvest are apples, onions, raspberries, and tomatoes.

20. Zodiac signs for September are divided between Virgo (August 23 between September 22, and September 23) and Libra (September 23 through October 22).

21. People famous born during September are Adam Sandler, Amy Winehouse, Bill Murray, Bruce Springsteen, Confucius, Freddie Mercury, Queen Elizabeth, Stephen King, and Sophia Loren.

22. The September birthstone is the sapphire that is believed to lessen inflammation, reduce fever, and act as a lucky charm for those who wear it. It represents clarity of thought, insight, thought, tranquility, and the trust and loyalty of a person.

Wrapping Up:

So, you’re all set to go with some interesting information about September, thanks to The Storage Inn. It would be nice if National “Cheese Pizza Day” and National “Drink a Beer Day” coincided on the same day! Mmmmmmmmm!

About Chris

Chris Evan was born in Quebec and raised in Montreal, except for the time when he moved back to Quebec and attended high school there. He studied History and Literature at the University of Toronto. He began writing after obsessing over books.

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