Monthly Archives: May 2020

  1. Feeling Bored? Try These Craft Ideas and Fun Activities at Home!

    Feeling Bored? Try These Craft Ideas and Fun Activities at Home!

    Sometimes, being stuck at home could give you a feeling of boredom. Although you could be accomplishing your home responsibilities, repetitively doing them can make you a little bit antsy. There are moments when you have an urge to be productive and make the most out of your time. Don't worry about staying at home since there are lots of activities that you can do indoors. Depending on what you feel, you may choose to play board games, execute craft ideas, or try hammock camping at your yard. These simple, yet fun activities can keep you entertained at home.

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  2. Fun Activities for Kids While Staying at Home

    Fun Activities for Kids While Staying at Home

    School vacation is a perfect opportunity to strengthen your relationship with your kids. You can do it by visiting family-friendly tourist attractions in the country. From children's museums to nearby beach resorts, there are many places that you may consider for family trips. But for some reason, you might find it challenging to find the best time when you can take your children to breathtaking locations. If you are still busy at work, know that there are different ways on how you can keep your children entertained. Camping indoors, doing some crafts, and playing board games are just some of the fun activities for kids that they can do while staying at home.

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  3. Must-Try Activities: What to Do on Victoria Day

    Must-Try Activities: What to Do on Victoria Day

    Every country has unique holidays in which the people celebrate significant events. Here in the Great White North, there is so-called Victoria Day. It is a statutory holiday that commemorates Queen Victoria's birthday. Every Canadian province and territory celebrate Victoria Day on the Monday preceding May 25. It is called different in the region of Quebec, wherein it is known as "National Patriotes Day." Other names associated with the statutory holiday are the "May long weekend" or "May two-four weekend." It is believed that the latter refers to the significant occasion because Queen Victoria's birthday was on May 24, 1819. During Victoria Day, many Canadians have the opportunity to take a break from work. Are you wondering what to do on Victoria Day? The answer is a lot! There are exciting activities that you can do in the country to make yourself productive while enjoying the holiday.

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