In addition to the official start of summer, June also happens to be the official Adopt-A-Cat Month. When considering bringing a cat into your life, take a few moments to plan ahead, as bringing a new cat into your home can result in some pretty significant changes in your life.
Wednesday, June 21, 2023, marks the official longest day of the year. This day also gets referred to as the Summer Solstice, as the Earth will reach a maximum tilt towards the sun.
As the first new federal holiday to be created since Dr. Martin Luther King Day was recognized as a federal holiday in 1983, Juneteenth represents a unique celebration of American history as a second day of independence.
As the unofficial start of summer, Memorial Day parties offer a great opportunity to celebrate a variety of life events while remembering the individuals who gave all in service to the country. Memorial Day parties can be used to celebrate the end of school, graduations, and the time of year where outdoor grilling becomes a frequent activity for many.
Ah, Mother’s Day. The Sunday when florists have to work overtime, the greeting card aisle gets picked clean, and every U.S. restaurant that offers brunch prepares for the morning like they’re expecting a Category 4 hurricane.
Spring has officially returned, which means there’s going to be a dramatic increase in the sale and planting of new plants, herbs, and trees for the summer and fall months. The month of April sees not one but two holidays associated with the environment, but only one of those holidays exclusively celebrates the planting of new trees.
[This article was originally published in March 2020 and has been expanded and revised.]
Spring is finally here and there is so much to when it comes to cleanup and junk removal. But it always pays to have a plan before you jump in.
Of course, there are several ways you can approach a major spring cleaning projects so we've put together some helpful tips to make your spring cleanup a bit easier.
While the month of March ushers in the start of spring, it also hosts Earth Hour on the last Saturday of the month. Because Earth Hour as a concept remains somewhat young and unknown, we’d like to answer some of your frequently asked questions about what it is, how it works, and what it’s intended to do.
Officially, spring represents a time of new life, growth, and a time for new beginnings. Unofficially, it’s also the time of year when home care suddenly gets hyper charged after avoiding the big cleaning jobs during winter.