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Let’s Spread Some Love This National Random Acts of Kindness Day

Let’s Spread Some Love This National Random Acts of Kindness Day

Join us as we acknowledge National Random Acts of Kindness Day. Today is National Random Acts of Kindness Day, an event dedicated to spreading love and surprising others with small acts of generosity.  There are countless ways that we can show kindness today, from simply smiling at people we don’t know, to paying for someone’s

New Tips for a Healthy Flu Season

New Tips for a Healthy Flu Season

Here are some unexpected suggestions for a healthier flu season. Unfortunately, February means that it’s still flu season.  Hopefully most of us have already gotten our flu shots and are careful about washing and sanitizing our hands and sneezing into our inner elbow dubbed the ‘Dracula’ position, there are other steps that we can take

Can We Ever Catch Up on Sleep Debt?

Can We Ever Catch Up on Sleep Debt?

How and why we need to get more sleep. While many adults believe that they can survive on six or fewer hours of sleep a night, this isn’t realistic or prudent.  The average adult requires seven to nine hours of sleep to function at full capacity and shortchanging our sleep creates a dangerous sleep debt

Today in History: The Boy Scouts of America Was Founded

Today in History: The Boy Scouts of America Was Founded

Scout’s honor!  It’s National Boy Scouts Day. Today is National Boy Scouts Day, the anniversary of the organization’s founding in 1910.  As one of the nation’s largest and most influential youth-development organizations, the Boy Scouts of America has changed the lives of generations of young men across the country.  Through hands-on learning and an emphasis

Observing Black History Month

Observing Black History Month

Here’s some information about African American History Month. February marks the beginning of Black History Month; a month dedicated to honoring the contributions of African Americans throughout American history.  In honor of this month, both the https://www.africanamericanhistorymonth.gov/ and the NAACP share the following information. 1) In 1926, Carter G. Woodson (African American historian, scholar, educator,

How We Can Observe Responsible Pet Owners Month

How We Can Observe Responsible Pet Owners Month

Let’s take better care of our furry-friends this Responsible Pet Owners Month. February is Responsible Pet Owners Month and, as the name indicates, this month is dedicated to helping pet owners take better care of their family companions.  Ready to be better pet owners?  Here are some of the things that we may consider to

Let’s Celebrate Rosa Parks’ Birthday!

Let’s Celebrate Rosa Parks’ Birthday!

Join us as we remember this civil rights hero in honor of her birthday. On this day in 1913, civil rights leader Rosa Parks was born in Tuskegee, Alabama.  Best known for her pivotal role in in the Montgomery Bus Boycott, Parks is widely considered “the first lady of civil rights” and “the mother of