Hello Friends!! Today, September 18 is known as Read An eBook Day. . . Every year, this day is observed to celebrate the 24/7 reading accessibility and ease that ebooks offer. To learn more about the history of Read An eBook Day, visit nationaltoday.com . . .
Did you know there that September 15th each year is observed as National Online Learning Day? That’s Right!! This is a day for raising awareness of all of the resources, classes and learning opportunities that are available online. It is also a day to help people, both young or old, invest time in their own growth and education.
There are so many benefits to online learning. Flexibility, lower cost, self-pacing and learning self-motivation are just a few. . . .
It’s just about August 1st and the kids are going back to school! Or maybe you are still in school or taking classes to enhance your skills / resume and starting up classes soon! Well, have you ordered any Boo-Shaw Bakery Cookies yet for lunches or after-class snacks?
Have you heard of International Day of Friendship? The International Day of Friendship was proclaimed in 2011 by the UN General Assembly with the idea that friendship between peoples, countries, cultures and individuals can inspire peace efforts and build bridges between communities. The resolution places emphasis on involving young people, as future leaders, in community activities that include different cultures and promote international understanding and respect for diversity.
Would you like to know more about this fantastic holiday where we gained our independence as a country? If you do your ‘Independence Day research’ and learning in a ‘book report’ style, you can find a good definition on Wikipedia: Independence Day (colloquially the Fourth of July) is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the Declaration of Independence, which was ratified by the Second Continental Congress on July 4, 1776, establishing the United States of America.
Most of us use social media each and every day. In fact, Generation Z peeps tend to laugh at their parent’s generations who did not even have social media as children! They can’t imagine such an absence. Social media is a huge part of our lives now. Social Media Day began June 30th, 2010. It was created by Mashable as a way of recognizing the impact that social media has had on communications around the world, as well as bringing people together to celebrate.