Summer is just around the corner, and a lot of us are planning vacations. There are so many fun places to go, and I'm sure you're debating the best options. Why not consider staying at home for a change?
More and more Americans are doing this. For one thing, it's a whole lot cheaper. When you don't have to add in the expense of lodging, transportation, and meals out...you can save a fortune. Another good reason is relaxation. Traveling can be exhausting, and many return from a trip needing a vacation to recover from their vacation.
Staying at home eliminates all of these issues. Now it may sound boring to hang out at home, or you may be tempted to do projects around the house, but there are ways to make a staycation sizzle:
June is wedding season. I always thought that was because the weather was warm. I was wrong! Here are some fun facts about weddings:
If you're going to a wedding this season, have fun and share your knowledge with the crowd. Maybe wait until everyone has had a few drinks, though!
Ah, chocolate! If you're a fellow lover, then the word alone can make you smile. I can be having a lousy day, but if I pop a chocolate square in my mouth the world is bright again!
Here are some fun facts about chocolate:
I know. I know. I gave you more than 5 facts. It's kindof like chocolate. Once you start eating it....it's tough to stop!
Have a wonderful weekend, and include a bit of chocolate!!
Nothing says spring more than seeing a robin in your yard. They are often the first to arrive after a long, cold winter. As I write this, there is a mama robin outside my window. She is hunkered down in her nest and is glaring at me. Yep. It's spring.
Here are some fun facts you might not have known about robins:
The next time you step outside, pause for a moment and listen for the robin's song. It might just put an extra spring in your step!
Don't forget to turn your clocks ahead one hour on March 13th. Yes, it's that time of year again...Daylight Savings Time! Here are some fun and interesting facts:
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