Labor Day. A.K.A., the End of Summer.

Date when celebrated: Always the first Monday in September

Dedicated in honor of the American worker, it is also appropriately called the "workingman's holiday". The holiday is dedicated to you in respect and appreciation for the work you do in or outside of the home, union or non-union, big company, small companies, or government. As long as you work somewhere at something, this holiday is for you!

The first Labor Day was held celebrated in New York City on September 5, 1882 and was started by the Central Labor Union in New York City. In 1884, it was moved to the first Monday in September where it is celebrated today. Labor Day quickly became popular and one state after another voted it as a holiday. On June 28, 1894, the U.S. congress voted it a national holiday.

Labor Day is also viewed as the official end of summer. While the Fall Equinox is still a couple of weeks away, kids go back to school and summer vacations are over. -



Since childhood, I have always associated Labor Day with the end of Summer, and the beginning of Fall. As much as a LOVE flowers, I do not like the Ohio heat and humidity! With the change in weather often comes more time spent indoors. That's when diffusing essential oils becomes our healthy link to the outdoors! Read this article to discover why you should be Diffusing Essential Oils all year long! Here are three diffuser blends to get you started, or add to your collection of recipes!



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