Labor Day is this coming Monday. That means September is here, summer is almost
gone, and Rover can’t wear anymore white! Rover dug up the backstory of the day that celebrates our laborers!
The nation has given recognition to Labor Day since 1885. However, it wasn’t until 1894 that Congress passed an act making the first Monday in September a legal holiday. (That’s how fast things move in Congress).
In the 1900’s street parades and festivals were held for workers and their families. Speeches were also given to place emphasis on the holiday. Today laborers are given the day off and major union leaders address the significance of the day to the press.
The labor force cannot be appreciated enough for contributing to the high standard of living in the United States as well as a great production level. And for that, we thank YOU!
So, take a break from your hard work and relax with these special RoverTown discounts!
They say don’t judge a book by it’s cover, but most people will judge you within the first second of meeting you. This is the time of year where you are meeting new people everyday. Making a good first impression is important, because you only have one chance at it. So throw yourself a bone, and follow these tips!
Be interested and interesting. We have all been dragged along to meet someone we really don’t care about at all. Others can pick up on that! Approach others with a genuine interest. You will have better conversations and lasting connections.
Turn your bad days around. No one likes to be in a bad mood, and if you meet up with others after having a bad day, odds are, your bad day will still continue. Bad moods can give off the impression of anxiety, poor facial expressions, and bad body language. Find something to snap you out of your mood! YouTube videos or fun music might be your solution.
Be positive.If you prove that you have a positive attitude on situations, others while catch on to your sunny outlook. Nothing goes further than a smile.
So go ahead and make a great first impression this week! It might take you farther than you could imagine.