Did you know September 26th is a fun, unofficial holiday called ‘Love Note Day.’ That’s right! The love note has historically been one of the most romantic ways to tell that special person how you feel about them. Unfortunately, with the fast pace of our modern day lives and lots of social media, the art of writing love notes and exchanging them with one’s loved-one is slowly dying. Love Note Day aims to change this!
In 2022, the autumnal equinox—also called the September equinox or fall equinox—arrives on Thursday, September 22. This date marks the start of fall in the Northern Hemisphere and spring in the Southern Hemisphere.
For those in the Northern Hemisphere, when the Sun crosses the equator going from north to south, this marks the autumnal equinox. This equinoxes provide Earth with roughly 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness. Days become shorter than nights as the Sun continues to rise later and nightfall arrives earlier.
Did you know that September 13th each year is International Chocolate Day? After making its debut about 4,000 years ago, chocolate can now be found everywhere. Whether you’re a fan of dark chocolate, white chocolate, or hot chocolate, there’s no denying the decadence of this rich delicacy!
As pointed out by the online news station wlfi.com, many people probably associate Labor Day with sales, family barbecues and the unofficial end of summer. For most Americans, the long weekend is a much-needed opportunity to reconnect with friends and family and provides a last hurrah before the start of fall….
Did you know there was such a thing called “World Distance Learning Day.” Well, there is and what a fantastic day to find an online course that will teach you something you’ve always wanted to learn! World Distance Learning Day on August 31 is a day to embrace the learning that takes place outside of the physical classroom.