March 4, 2024

Here are all the facts you need to know about your birthday on Monday, March 4, 2024:

🕰️ Born into › Generation Alpha
🎉 Next birthday will be on › Wednesday
🎂 How many days until my birthday

Countdown time to your next birthday:

🍿 Number one movie › Dune: Part Two
🎮 Number one video game › Helldivers II
🎵 Number one song › "Texas Hold 'Em" by Beyonce

🐉 Chinese Zodiac › Dragon
☀️ Sun Sign › Pisces
🌊 Zodiac Element › Water
🌠 Zodiac Quality › Mutable
🪐 Ruling Planet › Neptune ♆
🐼 Spirit Animal › Wolf

🔢 Life Path Number › 6
🌼 Birth flower › Daffodil
🪨 Birthstone › Aquamarine
📅 Lucky day › Thursday
Power Color › Light Green

Gas price per gallon › $3.31
🔌 Electricity price per KWh › $0.17
🍞 Bread price per pound › $2.02
🍻 Alcohol price per 16oz › $1.77
🥛 Milk price per gallon › $3.83
🥚 Eggs price per dozen › $3
🍌 Bananas price per pound › $0.63

🏛️ President of United States
🌎 World population › 8,118,835,999 Source:

⚡️ You’ve traveled over 81,600,000 miles through the Milky Way.
⚡️ You have blinked over 1,248,480 times in your lifetime
⚡️ Your heart beat over 5,875,200 times.
⚡️ You have taken about 8,568,000 steps.
⚡️ You have taken approximately 1,028,160 breaths since your birth.

⏱️ Your billionth (1,000,000,000) second will happen sometime on November 11, 2055.

What happened on my birthday

Battle of the Sit River: Mongol forces of Batu Khan overcome Russians under Yuri II of Vladimir-Suzdal near Yaroslavl in Russia, ending Russian resistance.

Thomas Jefferson is the first US President to be inaugurated in Washington, D.C.

Abraham Lincoln is inaugurated as the 16th US President.

American Automobile Association (AAA) founded in Chicago.

First recorded case of Spanish flu at Funston Army Camp, Kanas; start of worldwide pandemic killing 50-100 million.

Franklin D. Roosevelt inaugurated as 32nd US President, pledges to pull US out of the Depression, "We have nothing to fear but fear itself".

1st flight of the airship Hindenburg at Friedrichshafen, Germany.

International Criminal Court issues an arrest warrant for Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir for war crimes and crimes against humanity in Darfur becoming the first sitting head of state to be indicted.

Famous people with my birthday

Ofelia Medina, Mexican actress and screenwriter

Anne Haney, American actress (Mrs. Doubtfire - "Mrs. Sellner"; Liar Liar - "Greta")

Wally Bruner, American broadcast journalist (ABC News), and TV host (What's My Line?, 1968-72)

Frank Wells, American entertainment executive (President of Walt Disney)

Dominique Pinon, French actor (Delicatessen, Outlander)

Steven Weber, American actor (Wings - "Brian Hackett")

Carol Banawa, Filipina singer. actress, and operating room nurse

Brooklyn Beckham, English model and photographer (son of David and Victoria Beckham)

Holidays on Monday, March 4th

Iditarod Race
The Iditarod Race is an intense sled dog competition across Alaska where mushers and their dog teams race through freezing conditions for about two weeks, aiming to win a big cash prize and glory.

Benjamin Harrison Day
Benjamin Harrison Day is celebrated on March 4th every year to remember the 23rd President of the U.S., known for his role in the McKinley Tariff Act and being part of a family with deep roots in American history.

Courageous Follower Day
Courageous Follower Day, celebrated on March 4th, encourages us to be strong supporters who actively help and sometimes challenge our leaders, based on ideas from a book that talks about the importance of being a smart and supportive follower.

National Backcountry Ski Day
National Backcountry Ski Day, celebrated on March 4, is a day for skiing enthusiasts to enjoy the thrill of skiing on natural, ungroomed terrain, highlighting the sport's growing popularity in the U.S.

National Dance The Waltz Day
National Dance The Waltz Day, celebrated every March 4th, is a day to appreciate the elegant waltz, a famous ballroom dance often seen at fancy events, known for its smooth, graceful movements and iconic music by composers like Johann Strauss.