Your Guide to February
Lunar New Year Begins Marked by family reunions, fireworks, feasts, and more, this 15-day celebration is observed around the globe to welcome good fortune and the coming of spring.
Winter Olympics Begin
Watch as the world’s greatest athletes converge in Beijing to ski, curl, and skate their way to a gold medal.
The Big Game Whether you’re a die-hard football fan or just show up for the commercials, the championship game is an iconic American pastime … and a great excuse to throw a party!
Valentine’s Day Did you know candy hearts started out as medicinal lozenges in the mid-1800s before evolving into the sugary conversation starters we know today?
Random Acts of Kindness Day “Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you.” — Princess Diana
Presidents’ Day Originally observed on Washington’s birthday, this federal holiday now celebrates all U.S. presidents. Interesting fact: It isn’t officially called “Presidents’ Day.”
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Home. It’s there for you 365 days a year, providing a comfortable place to rest your head, seeing you through life’s big moments — and the little ones, too. For all that your home does for you, it deserves some special treatment now and then. Here are four ideas to show your home (and in turn, yourself) some love this Valentine’s Day.