National Save Your Hearing Day is a fantastic annual holiday that celebrates the importance of one of the most underrated senses: hearing. It is actually one of the most important senses and serves an even more vital function that many people realize in helping humans function and communicate with each other. Unfortunately, many people unintentionally damage their own hearing without realizing what the consequences of their harmful actions will be. According to the Hearing Loss Association of America, noise-induced hearing loss is a big problem, and people may cause their own hearing loss by listening to music too loud.
21 May 2017
When a loved one goes into the hospital, a thoughtful gift can be given to help them realize you are thinking about them as they are healing. Many people send floral arrangements to a hospital patient to show sympathy and support for their situation. Flowers often give a boost to the spirits of both the patient and their visitors. Here are some guidelines to use when selecting a floral arrangement for a hospital patient.
4 February 2016
When decorating for and celebrating the autumn and winter holidays in Canada, it can be difficult to know what type of flowers naturally flourish during the colder months. Winter and autumn flowers can be quite beautiful, however, and can help chase away those winter blues. Here's a list of several of the most popular Canadian holidays in the fall and winter along with suggested flower types and arrangements: Thanksgiving Thanksgiving is celebrated in Canada on the second Monday of October.
9 June 2015
Sure, it's conventional to have flowers delivered for your special someone on Valentine's Day, your anniversary and her birthday, but you hardly have to stick to these three occasions to give flowers. In fact, receiving flowers at the door can often mean more when your wife or girlfriend doesn't see them coming. Here's a look at three times your surprise gift of flowers will have a huge impact. Going Away
6 May 2015