Mother’s Day around the world

The root of our traditionally known "Mother's Day" may be all American: Ahem, it may be thanks to Woodrow Wilson establishing the holiday in 1911, and it has since spread to other countries. BUT we may not technically be the first country to celebrate moms though (sorry, have a seat please), and not all places … Continue reading Mother’s Day around the world

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In bed by 10; Halloween has really changed

Halloween. Just saying it gives you a feeling. Or at least it should I think. Every time I say it I feel this overwhelming sense of mystery and warmth. I feel the cool autumn breeze and smell the dead leaves on the ground. I see the lights of all the decorated homes, and taste the candy … Continue reading In bed by 10; Halloween has really changed

Mother’s Day: Then and Now

Mother's Day, as it is today, can be rooted to a woman named Anna Jarvis who created the official holiday in 1908. Anna Jarvis, who was the daughter of Anna Reeves Jarvis, wanted to honor her mother who had created "Mother's Day Work Clubs". These were to help mothers learn how to care for their … Continue reading Mother’s Day: Then and Now