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Let’s Celebrate Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day

mom and daughter sitting together

Let’s show our kids what we do at work today! In the United States, the fourth Thursday of April is celebrated as Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day.  While this observance was originally dedicated to taking our daughters to work, this occasion has now been expanded to include boys in 2003.  On this

Celebrate with Your Brothers and Sisters—It’s National Sibling Day

young girl and her two brothers sitting in car

Let’s thank our siblings this National Sibling Day. As the name suggests, National Sibling Day is about celebrating the relationship we have with our brothers and sisters.  Sometimes our greatest rivals and often our best friends, the connection between siblings is something completely unique and hopefully is cherished.  In recognition of this National Sibling Day,

Tax Season Is Here; Let’s Get Organized

Tax Season Is Here; Let’s Organized

Tips for staying organized as we get ready to file our taxes. With taxes due on April 15th, it’s important that we start getting organized.  Whether we plan on filing ourselves or going to an accountant for assistance, there are steps that we can take to stay organized and make the filing process much easier. 

Let’s Celebrate National Thank You Note Day

Let’s Celebrate National Thank You Note Day

It’s time we show our thanks for what we have received. Today is National Thank You Note Day.  As the name suggests, this holiday is dedicated to writing and distributing thank you notes to our loved ones.  This holiday is strategically set for the day after Christmas to encourage us to express our gratitude for

Let’s Try Out These Suggestions to Protect Against Holiday Fire Risks

Let’s Try Out These Suggestions to Protect Against Holiday Fire Risks

Let’s not let fire ruin our holidays. The holidays are all about family, fun, and togetherness.  The last thing any of us want is a major house fire ruining our holiday spirit.  Unfortunately, our risk for a house fire increases considerably during the holiday season.  To ensure that we do not fall victim to a

How We Can Unplug and Connect This Holiday Season

How We Can Unplug and Connect This Holiday Season

Let’s reconnect with our loved ones over the holidays. While modern technology has afforded us undeniable convenience, it does carry some downsides.  One major tradeoff of today’s technology is that many of us get so caught up with online communications and social media that we often neglect our real-life relationships.  This is why it’s so

Please Join Us as We Keep the Holiday Spirit Alive this National Day of Giving

Please Join Us as We Keep the Holiday Spirit Alive this National Day of Giving

Thanksgiving might be over, but we can continue to give back. The Tuesday after Thanksgiving marks the National Day of Giving.  This year, this annual holiday falls on the 27th.  Also known as #GivingTuesday, the National Day of Giving was originally founded as a way to focus on the more charitable aspects of the holiday