Everyone knows that April showers bring May flowers but according to the McDonald County Press, May flowers bring signifying powers.
Flowers have been used throughout human history to symbolise various human sentiments. The Iris symbolises a “message.” Peonies are the floral signifier for “shame.” Lilies-of-the-Valley is symbolic of a “return to happiness.” Daises are emblematic of “thoughtfulness.” The blossoming of a Hawthorne tree means that “hope” is springing forth. Lilac is representative of “first love.”
The Communications Minister of Australia, Stephen Conroy, recently released a statement saying the Federal Government has new plans to connect an additional 1.3 million households and businesses to Australia’s National Broadband Network (NBN).
Conroy stated that the total number of premises where Australia’s NBN construction will start or be completed by the end of June in 2016 will reach more than 4.8 million.
The printed brochure still has a place in hotel marketing, according to finchannel.com.
Despite the rise of social media, a gathering of hoteliers and marketers organised by the Hotel Marketing Association has overwhelmingly supported the use of this traditional tool.
Valentine’s Day does not only mean flowers and chocolate.
Shape magazine’s Charlotte Anderson said whether it’s for their partner or a self-confidence booster, aestheticians see a rise in requests for Brazilian waxes, decorating down under and everything in between leading up to V-Day.
It’s common knowledge that stress plays a large part in a person’s overall health.
It can cause severe migraines, depression and heart disease, and will slowly eat away at you if not controlled.
Miami architect Marianne Cusato, who is famous for designing a 300-foot kit home intended as temporary housing for those displaced by Hurricane Katrina, is now the author of “The Just Right Home”, released in April by Workman Publishing Co.
In her book, Cusato asked readers to examine how they truly want to live, and looks at the shifting trends caused by the improving property market.