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164 February Holidays and Observances


Monday, February 1st, 2021

Isn’t February the worst? Well, unless you can zoom to the Rockies for a couple of good ski days… I know that there are some notable happenings like Black History Month, the long President’s Day Weekend, the Super Bowl, and multiple viewings of Groundhog Day. Overall though? You’re still coming down for the holidays, you’ve […]

National Day Calendar

John Hall


Wednesday, June 26th, 2019

Whether you’re on social, visiting a website, or receiving a calendar notification, it seems like some National Day is being celebrated. When there is a particular day, it is fun to say to your team, “Happy first day of Summer,” or whatever.  But, what exactly is a National Day and does it belong on your […]

Should You Merge Personal and Work Calendars?



Wednesday, January 24th, 2018

Undeniably, calendars are an important part of our daily lives. We set appointments and meetings, schedule personal events, and plan celebrations all around our calendars. Calendars, like clocks, provide order and structure to our lives in a uniform way. In short they tell us what is going on as well as the where and the […]

The Important Role Calendars Play in Our Daily Work



Friday, December 8th, 2017

If we tried to look back to when the first calendars were made we would find that they have been in use for over 2,000 years. This suggests that thousands of years ago people had already discovered patterns of time and seasons. It affected when they planted, harvested, hunted, and performed many other of the […]

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