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4 Summer Recipes You Can Make for Yummy Backyard BBQs

  • June 21, 2019
  • Blog

Summer is finally here and you know what that means; hot weather, some quality time on the beach, and yummy backyard BBQs. In this article, we will suggest some backyard BBQ recipes that you can try to prepare and impress…

6 Fun Activities You Can Do on Father’s Day

  • June 10, 2019
  • Blog

Father’s Day is an opportunity for children to have some quality time with their fathers. At the same time, fathers can take advantage of their annual celebration to take some time off from the daily routine. Whether outdoor or indoor,…

The History of Memorial Day and Why It’s Celebrated

Memorial Day is a national celebration that represents way more than an extra day off work and an extended weekend vacation. Memorial Day is celebrated yearly on the last Monday of May. The significance of Memorial Day lies in the…

The History of Cinco de Mayo and Why It’s Celebrated

Cinco de Mayo (the 5th of May) is a holiday that celebrates the Mexican victory in 1862 over the French army at the Battle of Puebla. Many people confuse Cinco de Mayo with the Mexican Independence Day but they are…

The Origins and Traditions of Easter

  • April 16, 2019
  • Blog

We celebrate Easter on Sunday, April 21st this year and wanted to write an article and explore some of the traditions and rituals related to this occasion starting with “hunting eggs”. The tradition involves eggs in many ways; decorating them,…

5 Strange Deductions People Have Made on Their Taxes

  • April 10, 2019
  • Blog

Benjamin Franklin said, “In this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.”. However, not all people believe that, apparently. With every tax return, many Americans submit odd and strange tax deductions and even stranger justifications…

Basic Recycling Tips Everyone Must Know

Even though recycling methods and technology has advanced in many facets of life and business, we all can do more to prevent recyclable material ending up in waste bins, especially if you’re a home or business owner. There’s plenty of…

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