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Dogs are great, and most people know this—excluding exuberant cat lovers. National Rescue Dog Day is May 20 every year, and people are encouraged to think of the many, many dogs in need of a home. Adopting a dog can be like eating exactly what you want every day – it can come with tremendous regret. Dog ownership is not for everyone. If it’s not for you, that doesn’t make you a terrible person. In fact, it may be a sign that you have a good head on your shoulders.
If you’ve lived long on this earth, you know that life can be hard. Since time began, peoples across the planet have had forms of worship; and this human phenomenon is likely linked to a universal acknowledgment that we need help beyond ourselves! All of our U.S. Presidents since 1952 have signed a proclamation designating a National Day of Prayer, which signifies a nation filled with people of faith. May 2nd is National Day of Prayer 2019. The following are a few reasons to welcome prayer not only as a national event but also as a lifestyle.
The environmental movement that has recently involved Washington DC talk of a Green New Deal began in 1970. April 22 is Earth Day every year, to commemorate the anniversary. Pollution caused by factories filled the air back then. Many things have gotten better, though much remains to improve. The following are some of the top ways you can celebrate Earth Day.
When it comes to gardening, the secret being hidden is that people really do or do not have a green thumb. If you can’t be a grower of things, well, there’s really nothing you can do about it. Following prescribed steps doesn’t work for those of us with no aptitude for encouraging plants to flourish. For those who would ignore this insightful warning, the following are five gardening fails to avoid.
Charlie is a famous tuna who got rejected repeatedly in commercials for canned tuna, and a national day is named after him. Every April 6 is National Sorry Charlie Day. No one likes the feelings created by rejection, but it’s part of being human.  Below are facts about Charlie the Tuna and a few of the benefits to be derived from being on the receiving end of, “Sorry, Charlie!”
Life is filled with disappoints large and small, but that doesn’t have to get you down. That old saying is true—every cloud has a silver lining. You just have to look for it.  So many of us get incredibly close to really great things all the time. Close but no cigar, as they say. The following can help flip things and see the good in the midst of bad.