From Mothers Day to Medical Device

Mother’s Day was created by Anna Jarvis in 1908 and became an official U.S. holiday in 1914.’ After Anna Jarvis’s mother passed away, she implemented this holiday to acknowledge the sacrifices mothers made for their children. She started a massive campaign to persuade prominent politicians and council members to acknowledge Mother’s Day as a national […]

May is the month of celebrations

May celebrates a number of themes of both important and frivolous. The more important ones are labor day, National Nurses’ Day, Cinco De Mayo, and the frivolous ones are plentiful such as Hug Your Cat Day, Star Wars Day, Bike to Work Day, and No Tobacco Day’ and many more.’ In some countries, May Day […]

Time to celebrate Earth Day

Every year more than 192 countries come together to celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd. ‘Gaylord Nelson, a U.S. senator from Wisconsin established this day to create awareness and reinforce support for environmental protection. More than 1 billion people celebrate Earth day making it the largest public event in the world. It is inspiring to […]

World Health Day

World Health Day is celebrated every year on April 7, and the theme for this year is Food Safety. This year’s theme aims to inform and educate producers, suppliers and consumers about the significance of food safety. Unsafe food practices are responsible for an estimated 2 million deaths per annum. Pathogens present in food present […]


Easter is a well-known religious and cultural holiday whose origin is the celebration of Jesus Christ’s revival from death and is celebrated by most Christian faiths. Easter eggs, bunnies and yummy chocolates are familiar icons in the Easter holiday. While everyone is celebrating Easter and has a good time, plenty of work goes on in […]

All Fools Day

The custom to play pranks and tease people on April fool’s day is very popular and is celebrated differently around the world. In France, this day is known as Poisson d’Avril and is celebrated by taping a paper fish on to the back of adults and children, and running away by yelling ‘April Fish’. It […]

Celebrating Womens History Month

March is Women History Month and it celebrates the feats and contributions of women to culture, history and society.’ There are many distinguished women who overcame hurdles to bring awareness and create change for the advancement of society. For example, Malala Yousafzi is a notable young woman from Pakistan. She is a female activist and […]

American Red Cross Month

President Franklin D. Roosevelt was the first to announce March as Red Cross Month in 1943. From there on, every president in the United States has titled March as Red Cross Month. American Red Cross is a non-profit, humanitarian organization that provides domestic disaster relief, blood donations, educational programs, and international relief. It has been […]

Its that Time of the Year to Wear Green

It is already St. Patrick’s Day! This occasion is celebrated all over the world on March 17. Shamrocks, leprechauns, the Celtic cross, and pots of gold symbolize the cultural and religious festivity.’ St. Patrick’s Day is an unofficial declared national holiday and during this time, people dress up in green clothing, host parties and festivals […]

March Madness

March Madness is nearly upon us. The NCAA college basketball games starts from the second week of March until first week of April. March Madness is phenomenon that grips and hypnotizes basketball fans every year. It is the ultimate tournament that determines the champions of college basketball. 68 basketball teams will be competing against each […]

February is a short month packed with a lot of action

February is looked upon as the coming of spring and the dwindling down of the frigid winter days in many parts of the country. It is a time of transition, renewal and is the impetus of change. A similar analogy is the adeptness of American Language Services to handle all kinds of jobs coming in. […]

January is Flying By

It’s hard to believe that January is almost over. It just seemed like yesterday we were celebrating New Year’s and trying to shake the cobwebs out. Like a lot of parents used to say growing up, it’s amazing how fast time flies by. As a kid, you don’t really believe that, but now as adults, […]