The graduating class of 2020 has had to adjust all expectations of how their senior year would end and what their graduation day would look like. With on-site classes cut short by months this year, many classmates and lifelong friends have not been able to get together to celebrate this milestone and their huge accomplishments.
Without a definite end date for the current pandemic restrictions, it’s hard to know if these young adults will have the chance to walk the stage for their diploma, or even hug their best friends again before they move away to start their next stage of life.… Read the rest
No matter how you prefer to spell it (donut or doughnut), the National Doughnut Day for 2020 falls on Friday, June 5th in the United States. The holiday is celebrated on the 1st Friday of June each year, but what should you expect to enjoy on this sweet-sounding day?
There are a handful of doughnut shops that are large enough to have multiple restaurants open in many different parts of the country.… Read the rest
Although Amazon has quietly done away with their “Add-On” program (which required a minimum purchase of $25 or $35 before an order would ship), there may still be occasions when you are looking for items with a low price and free fast shipping.
Amazon Prime members are familiar with fast free shipping on thousands of items, but often these products have a higher price tag than many grocery and drugstore items.… Read the rest
Mother’s Day is celebrated each year in the US on the second Sunday of each May and will be celebrated this year on May 10, 2020. This annual event recognizes all mothers for their loving contributions to their families each year.
This year’s coronavirus lockdown has been especially trying for many mothers who have struggled to squeeze extra responsibilities into their full schedules.… Read the rest
While Mother’s Day used to be the busiest day of the year for dining at restaurants, that will be unlikely be true for Mother’s Day in 2020. However, there are a still a lot of great ways to recognize the special day even without taking Mom to a crowded restaurant.
While it may take a while for Mom’s favorite restaurant to fully open it’s dining room, there are other options for spoiling your Mom on Mother’s Day with a gourmet meal or another sweet gesture.… Read the rest
Even though the COVID-19 coronavirus has closed many dining rooms, there are still a number of places that are ready to celebrate the 🌯 and annual National Burrito Day!
Take advantage of your favorite free burrito offers for Free Burrito Day / National Burrito Day. The shelter-at-home orders mean you’ll most likely be enjoying your free burrito at home, but hey, at least you’re still enjoying a burrito!!… Read the rest
After a wild-ride during the month of March, most people have started to accept the new reality of #StayAtHome orders from local governments. Many businesses have been closed for weeks, and now that parks have also seen record crowds, these outdoor options are being closed and have become off-limits to encourage physical distancing.
For some people, these #StayHome orders create a lot of extra work in the form of home schooling kids, pet care, elder care, and taking on other extra chores to keep the household running.… Read the rest
Buying products that are reusable and “green” has never made more sense than right now. As shortages of paper products and other essentials are reported in the news, consider these sustainable, eco-friendly options that will both last longer than a single use and keep your family from needing to make so many trips to the store.
Hopefully the shortages of toilet paper and other paper products will not last long, but these smart products can help you manage your life no matter what is available at the store.… Read the rest