New Arizona Voluntary Travel ID If you reside in Phoenix, or anywhere else in Arizona, and the traveling type, or you have any travel plans coming up, then you need to be aware of changes happening in October of 2020. All Arizona residents wishing to fly will need the new the new Arizona travel ID, or you will be grounded.
February is Black History Month- Inspirational Quotes to Commemorate Black History Month February is a huge month for the African American community to celebrate and share their heritage. From ending slavery to gaining the right to vote and end Jim Crow Laws, there is a lot to be thankful for as we continue to grow as a country. Martin Luther
Love is in the air as we near Valentine’s Day. People celebrate this romantic holiday in various ways. Some eat a nice meal while others give extravagant gifts. If there is someone on your mind this year that you want to spoil, like your significant other, then this is the list for you. A few tips before we get started.
Every February since 1885, America has celebrated President’s Day. This holiday was originally established to honor George Washington on his birthday. His actual birthday was February 22, 1732, but we celebrate President’s Day on the third Monday of the month. This changed in 1971 due to the Uniform Monday Holiday Act, giving the nation’s workers a solid three day weekend
Crafting and creating is always a fun activity to do with the kids each holiday season. Valentine’s Day is no exception. There’s a million ways to design crafts for kids that incorporate the theme of love. If you are looking for some fun ways to craft with your kids this Valentine’s Day, then check out our list of ideas. Valentine’s
Best Places in Phoenix to Celebrate Valentine’s Day Book your reservation early because Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. The best restaurants in Phoenix are about to be packed as love birds flock to create their most special moments on this day of love. If you are looking for a romantic spot to take your lover this year, check
5 Little Known Facts about Martin Luther King Jr Every January, on the third Monday of the month, post offices close, schools take a day off and banks are not open. This federal holiday is for the celebration of Martin Luther King Jr., an American civil rights leader who was influential in ending racial segregation. Martin Luther King Jr. is
Cheap Winter Bucket List for Arizona Locals Are you an Arizona native that has a bucket list or trying to create one? Well, we have a bucket list just for you. This list is cheap, fun and should be checked off by every Arizonan. Here is the cheap winter bucket list for Arizona locals: What: Arizona Rock N’ Roll Marathon
How to Actually Keep a New Year’s Resolution Here’s a New Year’s resolution we can all agree to: let’s make one New Year’s resolution we can actually keep! Without fail each year, millions of Americans write long and very personal Facebook posts that are both inspiring and heart felt about “a new year, a new me.” In reality, these “resolutions”
Whether you enjoy recycling, creating or saving money; constructing a DIY gift made from the dollar store can be fun and unique. These Christmas presents are budget friendly, but do require a bit of effort on your part. If you have a long list of gifts to give or friends, family, coworkers, church goers, etc., then this might be right