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how to start making advanced care plans (at any age) … Or, go online and view some of Minnesota artist Nicole Houff‘s “fun and sometimes satirical” photos of Barbie. 12-18): If you haven’t already done so in 2018 (but we sure hope you have), Nov. 9): Confuse your friends, family and colleagues: Pretend to be a Time Traveler Day on Dec.
Week 10 (March 5-11): Celebrate Barbie’s birthday on March 9 — it’s on that date in 1959 that she made her big debut at a toy fair in New York. 16): Jacqueline Kennedy once said: “Pearls are always appropriate.” Especially on Dec.
Nowadays, many of us just stick to creating digital photo books on Shutterfly or other websites, but a modern day scrapbooking guru, Cathy Zielske, is based out of St. 29 is National Coffee Day — but isn’t coffee something that many of us celebrate every day of the year?
Paul and provides inspiration, virtual classes and other info at Week 20 (May 14-20): We are taking it upon ourselves to declare May 19 as Meghan Markle Day. If so, give them a shout out on March 21, which is National Single Parent Day. Since the Internet was practically invented for photos of cats, be sure to post one with the hashtag of #National Cat Day. 5-11): Like the best things in life, it’s simple: The vanilla cupcake. 19 is National Play Monopoly Day, a game which was first developed in the early 1900s as an educational tool regarding taxes, landlords and monopolies. At the least, please promise to stop saying you are a “single parent” when your partner is out of town or working late — this annoys many single parents because we know the difference and we hope you never have to learn. If you don’t want your own monopoly battle to go on for days or weeks, try a timed, 60-minute version of this game. 7, an e Card sent via your digital device is just as appropriate as the paper version delivered by snail mail — because friends know that it’s the “thinking of you” gesture that counts. 12-18): Some of us have actually heard of random acts of kindness — which we can try to commit every day during National Random Acts of Kindness Week (or at least on Feb. 18, answer the phone like Buddy the Elf because this is his day. 30): As Americans, we are both curious and confused by the British holiday, Boxing Day, which is Dec. Historically, it apparently involved giving cash or other items to the needy on the day after Christmas, an idea we like — and we also like how it is a secular bank holiday held immediately after Christmas. 22-28): We know it’s January and thus you might be trying to stick to kale smoothies, so should we not have told you that it’s National Chocolate Cake Day on Jan. 29, share a photo of your books on social media and don’t forget the #libraryshelfieday hashtag. 5-11): For National Send a Card to a Friend Day on Feb.If you imbibe, take note: National Rosé Day is June 9. Week 26 (June 25-July 1): Let’s all wear a tiara today in memory of the late Diana, Princess of Wales, on what would have been her 57th birthday. 52 — but we’d like to suggest a visit sometime in 2018 to Forestville/Mystery Cave State Park. 15, the birthday of the late Julia Child, let’s cook something in memory of the genius behind “Mastering the Art of French Cooking,” or at least serve a Frenchy type of meal of bread, wine and cheese. ” let’s reflect on how she instructed Americans on the pleasures of real food and from-scratch cooking by watching that hit movie from 2009 “Julie & Julia.” Week 34 (Aug.