In Ancient Egypt and Rome, people wrote love letters, both formal and informal, to warm someone’s heart.
Under the influence of this romantic tradition, in the first half of the 20th century, love letters continued to thrive due to the wars that have separated many couples away from each other.
By the 21st century, social media and the Internet began to take over most of our daily lives, and handwritten love notes and letters are progressively being replaced.
September 26 is Love Note Day, which offers us a chance to write down something unique to your loved ones. They not only can be your partners, but also your family members, your friends or even your pets.
Take out a piece of paper and a pen to reveal how much they mean to you. Even a simple “I love you” can brighten someone’s day.
Nowadays we frequently focus ourselves on work, but hardly leave some time to relax and have fun.
On September 27, National No Excuses Day is designed for you to stop making excuses and join some stress-free socializing events.
This holiday is founded by SCENE, one of the largest entertainment-related programs in Canada to celebrate its membership milestone for reaching 10 million in 2019.
Sometimes we all need a little time to do whatever makes us happy, like going out for a night, watching a movie or baking cookies at home.
Do not feel guilty about not doing something work-related. Today is totally yours.
Picture this: your neighbor often shares their yummy homemade meals with you and invites you to play soccer together in the backyard. Most importantly, they always have big smiles on their faces whenever you meet them.
If this is your neighbor, remember to show your appreciation to them on this meaningful day, the National Good Neighbor Day.
Becky Mattson, a woman who wished to bond with neighboring families in Montana, first celebrated this holiday in the early 1970s. Later in 1978, it finally passed by the Senate and was officially recognized nationwide.
So, if you want to meet good neighbors, you must be friendly and helpful to others first. We need to work together to develop long-lasting relationships with our neighborhood in a loving community.
Podcasts. A brand new form of mass media after the widespread use of radio.
In recent years, with the rise of short video platforms, more and more content began to emerge through a collection of audio files.
We can browse by category or popularity, such as talk shows, football games, beauty and lifestyle, to find your favorite podcast.
September 30 is the International Podcast Day. We take advantage of today to celebrate Ross Tucker’s successful podcast channel.
After Tucker spent seven seasons in the NFL as an offensive lineman in 2008, he worked in ESPN to write more articles about football. In 2010, he became a host of his own podcasts.
Three years later, Tucker established RT Media as a co-founder with five football-related podcasts, including “Ross Tucker Football Podcast”, “Fantasy Feast: Eatin”, “The College Draft” and “Even Money”.
If you are into sports podcasts, check out the website rosstucker.com for an absolutely great listening experience that you will not be able to let go of.