When you feel stressed out from that holiday to-do list, put music on and get groovy! That’s exactly what Christmas songs are for! Nothing works better than a popular Christmas tune to dive straight into the holiday spirit. While the whole world is drenched in the holiday spirit, playing their own Christmas songs through every speaker in the street, here’s a unique map that shows the most popular Christmas song in each state of the USA.
FinanceBuzz conducted a survey this year to find out which U.S. state loves what Christmas song the most, and some interesting ones made their list. The company used Google Trends to find out the most popular Christmas songs in the country and classified them by the search tendency of each state. They have also come up with another interesting category – The Most Annoying Christmas Songs! The result of this one is more startling. To make this list, FinanceBuzz analyzed the results of a public survey, sent to over 1200 adults throughout the U.S.
Among the all-time favorite Christmas songs, one reigns supreme in the popularity quotient, landing in the no. 1 position in eight states, including Idaho, Georgia, and Alabama. The song is the popular classic “Santa Baby” by Eartha Kitt. Five states including Tennessee, West Virginia, and Nevada list three songs as their top favorites: “Feliz Navidad,” “Jingle Bell Rock,” and “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year.” While every song making the list is a minimum of 50 years old, only one song released in the last decade stood out in the results, which is the 2013 song “Underneath the Tree” by Kelly Clarkson. With nabbing the no. 1 position in popularity in four different states, this song is surely going to become a modern classic in the near future.
The Other List
When it comes to the list of The Most Annoying Christmas Songs, the top result is a shocking one! Surprisingly, the No. 1 position on the list goes to “All I Want for Christmas Is You” by Mariah Carey. Being one of the biggest modern holiday hits and reaching the first position on Billboard Hot 100 several times didn’t help this number in this case, apparently. Then again, when you listen to the same music over and over again, during every holiday season, the magic probably starts to wane off. Nevertheless, all the peppy Christmas tunes can hardly fail to bring festive joy and put a smile on your face, whenever you listen to them.
Getting on the road with a dog can be quite similar to traveling with kids. You’ll likely need to pack the car, plane, train, or bus with all of their favorite toys, some pet hair brushes, paw wipes, kibble, and more. People say that the key to staying organized when on the road is to get a dedicated pet travel kit.
A Dog Travel Kit Should Have It All
There’s a pet and dog travel kit out there that is complete with everything you need and the options are endless. The ideal one should come with a travel bag that has multiple pockets, sleeves, water bottle holders, separate compartments to organize and mark everything, and even some extra accessories such as collapsible water bowls and food containers.
The pet travel bag that you choose should have enough storage and also be practical. Some of the most popular ones out there can fit all kinds of items – from large pet hair brushes to jars of treats and more. Some bags come with adjustable straps that even make them easier and more comfortable to carry. The food containers or food container bags should sometimes be able to hold up to a week’s worth of kibble while also keeping the food fresh.
A Multipurpose Bag to Keep Things Organized
Going on the road with your dog couldn’t be easier when you have a multipurpose travel kit for your pet. The bags are oftentimes roomier than most people expect them to be and their compartments and accessories tend to surprise many people as they hold enough food for larger dogs.
Pet travel kit users have even stated how much they’ve managed to simplify their traveling by using their favorite pet travel kit while on the road. It keeps all your dog’s essentials in one place, and you don’t have to juggle everything or search endlessly for what you need.