The calls for donations and volunteering become especially pronounced during the holiday season, when the needs of the community seem especially important during a time of celebration. Looking for ways to participate in local food banks and donation centers? Consider a few things first.
Thanksgiving. Traditionally, the day of giving thanks and the official start of the holiday season. Normally something to look forward to, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused concerns about how, or if, a holiday gathering should be held.
For many, the holiday season tends to be a big source of stress. There’s shopping to do, traffic to endure, weather changes to manage, and the possibility of hosting a family event. Yes, holiday visitors can be stressful, but there are methods to dealing with that stress.
Let’s face it; dealing with junk can be scary. And we don’t just mean the prospect of having to clean it up. Sometimes, you come across stuff that’s truly, horribly, make-you-jump-up-and-squeal scary. Starting with the less frightening items, scary junk can include:
Preparing for fall used to mean getting the grill fired up for tailgating, raiding the store for Halloween candy, and getting the heavier clothes into regular wardrobe rotation. To make things simple this year, consider these simple steps.
The fall has arrived. Yes, the most popular season of the year has arrived once again, which means it’s time to break out the sweaters and eat something pumpkin flavored (at least once).
The 2020 election season promises to be extremely active, and while it’s important for everyone that can vote to do so, the realities of the coronavirus pandemic can make that task seem very frightening and disheartening. But not to worry; just follow these guidelines to ensure your vote counts.
Summer. Generally associated with the time of baseball, pools, and evening walks, it’s also the time of the year that traditionally presents the challenges to staying cool and healthy.
The height of summer. The long, sultry days. The best time to stay in the shade and do as little as possible. However one chooses to describe them, the period from July to August when the weather becomes the hottest has long been known by as the Dog Days of Summer.