Sunday, May 1, 2011

Update Your References Week, National Herb Week, more

The week of May 1st to May 7th, 2011 features celebrations for Update Your References Week, National Herb Week, National Postcard Week, National Hug Holiday Week, Emergency Preparedness Week, National Pet Week, National Correctional Officers Week, Children's Mental Awareness Health Week, North American Occupational Safety and Health Week, National Be Kind to Animals Week, Drinking Water Week, National Anxiety and Depression Awareness Week, and Bread Pudding Recipe Exchange Week.

No matter how secure you feel in your current job, it's a good idea to be prepared. Consider how you can participate in Update Your References Week.

National Herb Week is always celebrated the week before Mother's Day. The 2011 Herb of the Year is horseradish!

Old postcards are beautiful works of art and glimpses into history. During National Postcard Week, buy, sell, or just admire these collectible beauties.

You can be an Official Hug Holiday Hugger during the 28th annual National Hug Holiday Week!

Emergency Preparedness Week - is your family prepared to survive the first 72 hours of any emergency situation?

Adopt a pet or do something nice for the critters in your life during National Pet Week.

Take a moment to consider the bravery and dedication of the people who keep the bad guys off the streets. This is National Correctional Officers Week.

The theme for this year's National Children's Mental Awareness Health Week is "The Diversity and Resilience of our Families."

North American Occupational Safety and Health Week is celebrated in Canada, to promote health and safety in the workplace, at home, and in the community.

Donate to your favorite animal-related cause or spend extra time with your pet during National Be Kind to Animals Week.

During Drinking Water Week we are encouraged to "Celebrate the Essential."

This is National Anxiety and Depression Awareness Week. Learn more if a loved one suffers from these issues.

My mom's bread pudding was great because the pudding was fairly dry, not soggy, and it was topped with a fabulous custard sauce. Celebrate Bread Pudding Recipe Exchange Week.

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