Tag Archive: traditions

Mar 13

St. Patrick’s Day Traditions

Almost every holiday has some sort of tradition associated with it, and St. Patrick’s Day is no exception.  While most people know about wearing green on St. Patrick’s Day, here are some other traditions associated with March 17th that you might not know about. Many people wear shamrocks on St. Patrick’s Day.  According to legend, …

Continue reading »

Dec 20

Hanukkah Traditions

Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, is the Jewish celebration of the Macabees and the miraculous small amount oil that lasted for eight days.  Hanukkah started today (the 20th) and will end on the 28th.  There are many different traditions associated with the holiday, traditions that are quite interesting. The menorah is placed in the window …

Continue reading »

Apr 19

What do Administrative Professionals Do?

This week is Administrative Professionals Week, and it’s the time of year for executives and other office members to thank their hard working secretaries and other administrative professionals.  But what exactly do these administrative professionals do for you? The short answer: everything!  Administrative professionals are often key personnel in your office.  Here are just a …

Continue reading »

Mar 30

Easter Flowers and Traditions

There are several different flowers and traditions associated with the Easter holiday.  Here are just a few of them. Flowers: The Easter lily is, of course, the traditional flower of Easter.  Easter lilies are generally white and represent goodness and purity.  For Christians, the Easter lily represents the purity and perfection of Jesus. Another flower …

Continue reading »