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It’s May, which means one thing – May Day is fast approaching. So it seems only fitting we’re talking about the tradition of making and sharing May Day baskets, a tradition that is still carried out in some parts of the US.
What do you think of New Year’s resolutions? Now we are into January, lots of people will be thinking about trying to improve their lifestyle in some way, and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that! Whether you’re one for setting yourself aims for the New Year, or any time of year, experts recommend setting small, achievable goals, so that they’re easier to attain and you don’t feel overwhelmed. Here are a few things you could try to do to make your year a good one. But remember not to put much too much pressure on yourself, small steps are key!
Filled with fireworks, fun and plenty of red, white and blue, Independence Day always promises to be a memorable party and unforgettable day. We’ve scoured the internet for some of the best ideas for you and your family to celebrate the special day, whether you’re wearing a cast or not! Snack time
Every year, this month sees the celebration of National Cancer Survivors Day on the first Sunday of June, and 2018 is no different. Sunday, June 3rd is a day for cancer survivors and their families to come together to celebrate life and raise awareness of the challenges still faced by those that have survived cancer. Cities around the country will hold celebrations as diverse as the people that live in them, with parades, festivals and parties.