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Posted by Hannah on Aug 30th 2018
I spend the majority of the year waiting for summer, so it's hard to believe that Labor Day is upon us already (which means that I'll need to start waiting again).
Labor Day -- summer's traditional last "hoorah" -- is celebrated on the first Monday in September, and it honors the contributions and achievements of American workers who make our country the melting pot of strength, prosperity, diversity and greatness that it is!
At AnyDate.com, we also love to celebrate, and so this weekend we are offering 10% off everything in our store! Get out your list for upcoming birthdays and holiday gifts and select a personalized gift for everyone on your list. Use coupon code LABOR18 now through 9/4/2018.
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What is it about birthdays that we only remember them a day late?** It doesn’t matter if it’s my best friend or my sister, I have a mental block. Sometimes I realize a month in advance, but then once the actual day rolls around, it totally slips my mind. It can be awkward, trust me.Family Birthday Boards are [...]