In the United States, Mother’s Day has been celebrated on the second Sunday of May each year since 1914. In 2014, Mother’s Day falls on May 11th, and special events are being prepared in many communities around the country. For example, in the District of Columbia and Northern Virginia region, picnics, brunches and sightseeing cruises along the Potomac River are traditional Mother’s Day staples.
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Relaxation Tips ahead of Mother's Day
Busy children are not restless children. The little ones in the family can be sources of both joy and stress. Young children demand attention, activity and engagement. Scheduling fun things to do with children and then resting with them afterward is an excellent way to relax and enjoy life.
Carefully plan a family getaway for Mother's Day Weekend. On one hand, plunging into an unplanned vacation can lead to confusion and stress; on the other hand, following a schedule and accomplishing set goals removes uncertainty and reduces emotional strain.
Take up yoga. Tranquility and relaxation are just two of the many aims of this ancient Hindu discipline. A simple way to incorporate yoga into Mother's Day is to meet daily exercise goals ahead of the holiday and then take Sunday off to be with family.