Wreaths Across America Day is celebrated in over 1,600 locations across the U.S. states, at sea and abroad in honor of fallen veterans from the Revolutionary War to the present. Find out more about this day of remembrance and how you can participate.
A short summary of five December traditions.
Board games have been around for thousands of years, checkers being the oldest. Now we have thousands to choose from. For a few game suggestions, check out this blog!
Each year on the third Thursday in November, the American Cancer Society sponsors the Great American Smokeout. Check out this blog for three informative and motivational ways to kick the habit.
National Native American Heritage Month is an annual designation observed in November. During this time, we celebrate the diverse and rich culture, history, and traditions of Native people.
-Wednesday, October 30, 2019
Children are less likely to be concerned about safety when they are trick-or-treating. Here are a few safety tips to help you have “A Safe Halloween” this year.
Furr Love's Sake
-Thursday, October 24, 2019
Finding the right breed doesn’t require a lot of effort –knowing ahead of time why you want a dog and which breed to choose will help limit negative experiences.
Credit History 101
-Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Your credit score is connected to any car or house you buy. But how did this three-digit number get to be such an important part of our lives? Here is a quick read on how it began.
World Mental Health Day is an opportunity to show that you care.
The Signs of Cancer
-Wednesday, October 2, 2019
Cancer is the 2nd greatest killer of men and women in the world. Defeating this dreaded disease requires prevention, early detection, and proper medical care. If you wait to feel pain, you will harm your chances of recovery. But how do you know if you have cancer?