It’s hard to imagine life before the digital age. What if you had to get through a day without the help of the internet? What about going on a road trip without Google Maps? Or buying a gift without the use of Amazon? That all probably sounds nearly impossible these days.
In case you don’t remember life before technology took over and made everything “easier,” here’s a glimpse of how different the world was in the 20th century.
It seems like there is a world or national day for just about every day now. For example, we just celebrated National Donut day in June. Well, July 7th is ‘world Chocolate Day.’ It is the day that the world comes together to celebrate one of the most delicious treats out there, as if we need an excuse!
Father’s Day is a special day to appreciate and celebrate the men that are important in your life. This could be your dad, stepdad, grandfather, brother, uncle – whoever they are here are some activities to help you celebrate the day.
It’s no surprise that the majority of kids favour summertime because there is no school, however, one of the downsides of no school is the lack of activities. During the last stretch of August, parents are quickly running out of ideas to entertain, and hoping the weather holds up long enough for the kids to play outside.
In 2020 I think it is fair to say that with the bulk of the world coming to a halt, that a large majority turned to social media platforms to share what they were up to and in turn get ideas and inspiration as to how they could fill their days at home. Whether it was DIY and interiors, activities to keep children entertained, what the next big thing was to binge on Netflix and of course, viral videos, dance routines, and funny content on YouTube and Tik Tok entertained the masses.
Easter is looking a bit more optimistic this year compared to last, but with still some social distancing recommendations in place, all the usual Easter outings and big family gathering are on hold. Here are six ideas for celebrating Easter at home whilst still bringing the fun factor.
As we are well on the way into the 4th quarter of the year, I have always said I like my goals to be set in September. I just do not feel January is a realistic time to say you are going to do this, that and the other. Its a tough month after the hype of December and lets be honest we are still eating left over Heroes or Roses and saying the diet starts in February.
That being said, how do you set goals and stay focused as we head towards the end of 2020?