Month: May 2017

National Brothers and Sisters Day – May 2

Today is dedicated to the people that made your childhood memorable. Through the good times and bad times they were there for every step of the way. Of course, there may have been times where you couldn't stand the sight of each other, but National Brothers and Sisters Day is the day to reflect on the best times. Give them a call or email that shows them how important they are to you.

National Thank a Teacher Day – May 2

Anybody who's anybody probably has a great teacher (or three) to thank for inspiring them. So let’s show our teachers how much they mean to us! National Thank a Teacher Day, celebrated during National Teacher Appreciation Week, is observed annually on May 2. Teachers are an integral part of our lives, but aren't always given the respect and admiration they deserve. That's why so many celebrate all of the great teachers out there on National Thank a Teacher Day on May 2.

National Teacher’s Day – May 2

Anybody who’s anybody probably has a great teacher (or three) to thank for inspiring them. Teachers are an integral part of any society, but it’s only in the greatest of societies that they’re given the respect and admiration that they deserve. So let’s show our teachers how much they mean to us! National Teacher Day, celebrated during National Teacher Appreciation Week, is observed annually on May 2. How are you going to show your teachers they’re appreciated?

World Password Day – May 4

World Password Day—which falls on the first Thursday of May—was created to raise awareness about the critical need for good passwords. With ever-increasing cyber-security threats and identity theft opportunities, maintaining good and diverse passwords is critical. Take the day to think about and improve each and every one of your passwords.

National Hoagie Day – May 5

National Hoagie Day is May 5th. The hoagie sandwich is usually made on a long Italian roll or French bread, filled with a variety of meats, cheese, vegetables, seasonings and sauces. Historically, Italians working at Philadelphia’s Hog Island in 1953, introduced the sandwich by putting various meats, cheeses, and lettuce between two slices of bread. This instant hit of a sandwich became known as the “Hog Island” sandwich which later was shortened to the “hoagie”.

International No Diet Day – May 6

British consultant Mary Evans Young battled anorexia nervosa, body image issues, and bullying for years. After seeing other women suffer the same self-loathing, in May 1992, she decided to put a stop to it. Inviting her friends to wear "Ditch That Diet" stickers and to fully embrace their bodies for a day, Mary had no idea she had just sparked a global movement. On May 6, we put away our bathroom scales and get out our light blue ribbons (the official symbol for this day), because it's International No Diet Day.
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