Alt: Trajan's Sacrifice: Image ID: 1624749 [Trajan offers a suovetaurilia to purify the Roman army] © NYPL Digital Gallery
If you want to know about Greek myth, see Main Stories From Greek Myth, but if you want to know more and sometimes odd details about the figures from Greek myth, there is a list of this year's myth Mondays at the end of the most recent entry Atlas, the Titan Who Didn't Shrug.
If you would like to challenge yourself to a series of quizzes, you might like to see Ancient/Classical History Quick Quizzes. There you'll find the popular "Which Greek Goddess Are You", "Which Greek Hero Are You?", and "Which Roman Are You?" listed at the top of that list.
Here's my old favorite: Stoic Resolutions for the new year. A confession: my ancient classical history idols/role models include Cicero and Seneca -- well, after Julius Caesar, but he's like a pop cultural icon, not someone to try to be like.