Labor Day marks the end of summer and although we don’t want to wish it goodbye, we’re sending it off in style. Labor Day celebration ideas follow.
Whether it’s a big-name celeb’s concert or a small outdoor performance at your local fair, most of us will (and should) be attending some sort of summer concert. Be sure to have these apps downloaded to enjoy your show!
If you’re curious about how to reduce your energy bill this summer, we encourage you to check out our most recent blog featuring MoneyCrashers.com.
June 21st is the summer solstice: the longest and—weather permitting—the brightest day of the year. What will you do to celebrate and make the most of the one day with the most sunlight? We have some great green ideas!
Summer is upon us, meaning days spent in the sun, evenings spent at outdoor concerts and festivals, and spontaneous road trips to explore previously unseen and unexplored destinations.
Summer came and went, but not without its fair share of seasonal severe weather. The Unites States hit record highs for heat, rainfall, and even drought. Most Americans had to adjust their lifestyle in some way this summer as a result of severe weather, but luckily many were prepared when the situation turned to an emergency.
In just one week, the 2012 summer Olympics will kick-off in London. And what would the Olympics be without powerful, inspirational, uplifting music? Last month the 86-song playlist for the opening ceremonies leaked online—and it’s full of brilliant songs both old and new.
Summer is a time for music! Whether it’s outdoor concerts, summer-themed playlists or new albums from your favorite bands, summer is the time to crank up the volume. Feel like you’ve missed a beat this summer on your music listening? Never fear! Here are 3 easy ways to catch up.
Going green doesn’t have to be hard. We can take lots of simple steps to reduce our impact on the environment. Some of these might even be things you hadn’t thought of—or didn’t realize they were making a difference. Here are 8 super-simple ways to go green this summer.
Unfortunately, a bad sunburn isn’t the only thing to worry about this summer. If you’ll be spending long days in the heat this summer, it’s important to make sure you know the signs and symptoms of hyperthermia. This guide should help: What is Hyperthermia? According to WebMD, Hyperthermia s when a person’s body temperature rises [...]