Father’s Day is celebrated on the 3rd Sunday of June each year. In 2020, Father’s Day is on June 21st, right after the Summer solstice and the official start of Summer. This is a great time to recognize the special father’s in your life with something thoughtful that they will love and can enjoy throughout the Summer.
This year the focus has shifted away from far-away vacations and travel, and more leisure time has been enjoyed closer to home.… Read the rest
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
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
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and as the temps are staying firmly in cuddle-weather territory, it’s a great time to think about how to delight your sweetheart this year!
While some people love to create and craft things on their own (or as a couple), others prefer to be pampered with modern artisinal luxuries or grand gestures. Every relationship is unique, so consider your own special bond as you browse this list of Valentine’s Day gift ideas.… Read the rest
The time spent at college is often considered to be the best time of your life. College students are studying in their chosen field of interest while meeting new people who share their same passions. It’s not only a time for learning and making best friends, but also the first taste of independence and the ability to fully embrace self-expression.
While college student life can bring amazing fun, it also comes with plenty of challenges too.… Read the rest