Arbor Day is an important day celebrated worldwide for its great environmental significance. Every year, millions of people across several parts of the world go out, get their hands dirty and plant trees in their neighborhood. It’s all about going close to nature and helping in building a greener, healthier and safer tomorrow by planting saplings.
March is all so important because it marks the National Women's History Month! This season is dedicated to celebrating and appreciating the most courageous, powerful and thoroughly badass (we love this word, you see) women of the world.
Read Across America Day is a gala event that calls for people to all groups, especially young sweet kids, like you, to come together and participate in Marathon reading. Every year on the 2nd of March - Dr. Seuss' birthday - National Education Association conducts the Read Across America Day to encourage children to read and come out as learned and educated individuals.
Chinese New Year, also known as Sring Festival, is the most important festival in the Far East Asian countries, mainly those which follow the Chinese calendar. Celebrations, traditionally, run from the evening preceding the first day to the Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the first Chinese calendar month.
Every year on the 2nd of February, as per most communities following this tradition, Groundhog Day is celebrated with great pomp and show. At an age, where the weather man is also considered pretty old-fashioned, thanks to The advent of super technology, here we have this lovely feast that celebrates nature in all its simplicity and ethnicity
In life, it is important to make rewarding decisions, and New Year's Eve can be the perfect time to put them into action. Undoubtedly, the beginning of a year gives us the chance to see life in a completely new perspective, providing the motivation we all seek to move ahead.