The Last Official Holiday For the Barbeque Grill.
Labor Day is a federal holiday in the United States. It’s the last official summer weekend, after all!
As we fire up the grill, here is a bit of history about Labor Day. Observed on the first Monday in September, Labor Day celebrates American workers’ social and economic achievements. In the late nineteenth century, it rooted the holiday when labor activists pushed for a federal holiday to recognize workers’ many contributions to America’s strength, prosperity, and well-being.
Is there anyone who doesn’t like long weekends? Of course, holidays are more than visible. Fortunately, we always rely on Labor Day to provide the perfect excuse for relaxation, barbecue, and having a good time in the summer sun.
Long holiday weekends like Labor Day are trickier to pack for than one might imagine. While only three days long, the extended weekend is chock-full of social engagements. Your typical looks might need a bit more polish; even a workout or a walk around town is an opportunity to make a fashion statement.
You don’t need to pack a ton of unique pieces to reinvent your look. A simple white swimsuit, handwoven bucket bag, or retro tennis sneakers restyled and used for many other occasions. It’s about packing more innovative, not more challenging.
It’s important to remember that the history behind Labor Day wasn’t always remarkable enough to enjoy a local parade or win some of the best shopping deals of the year. Labor Day was born out of the experience of US workers and the struggle to improve poor working conditions.
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