Travel TipsJun 16, 2019
Honoring the History of Father’s Day
Historically, women haven’t always had the upper hand, except for Mother’s Day. The national holiday was created nearly 60 years before Father’s Day would officially have the honor. It would take boots on the ground, war and retail.
United Airlines Celebrates its First Class of United Aviate Graduates
As the only major U.S. airline to own a flight school, United Airlines already hit a major milestone, and now the carrier celebrates another important — and historic — step as the inaugural class of United Aviate Academy pilots graduates, leading the next generation of aviators. The 51 students in the graduating class were majority, at 80 percent, women and people of color — another stride toward United’s goal of training 5,000 new pilots by 2030 with half women or POC.
Age Specific / KidsJun 14, 2019
Celebrating Flag Day with Young Kids
As far as exciting holidays for kids go, Flag Day probably sits right above Arbor Day for most people. The day originated in the 1880s as a way to get school kids in Wisconsin to celebrate “Flag Birthday.” The day commemorates the flag and promotes proper education of young children for proper behavior.
Travel TipsJun 11, 2019
Perfect Father’s Day Trips for All Kinds of Dads
There is no one type of dad or one perfect trip to please every dad. Each dad is special and unique, but you know the dads in your family best and you know what he or they love most. Besides you, of course. Here are some trips to consider as gifts for Father’s Day based on different interests of many dads.
BudgetApr 21, 2019
Take “Spring Cleaning Up” A Notch This Earth Day
In the nearly 50 years since its inception, Earth Day evolved from a hip, thought-provoking happening aimed at college kids to a day of fun and teachable moments intended to prompt kids at every age to take action in the era of global warming.
Travel TipsMar 3, 2019
Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with Family Getaways
Leprechaun lore, cheerful locals, delicious cheeses, beautiful scenery and delightful music … Ireland pretty much has it all when it comes to family travel. Besides the quick hop across the pond, it’s easy when most everyone speaks English and there are plenty of different ways to see the best of city and country (no matter if it’s in honor of Saint Patrick or not!).