What’s disheveled, exhausted, and completely broke? Me! After tax-free weekend! There are many great things about living in Texas, home to the Dallas Hot Shot Deliveries team. Sunsets. The open road. Barbeque. The Mavericks. And, of course, tax-free weekend.
As the month of June rolls around, we will start to see that thermometer head north, towards hot, as in Dallas Hot Shot Deliveries. Eventually, though, around the end of July, we’ll progress from hot to scorching! Most of us have lived in North Texas, home of the Dallas Hot Shot Deliveries team long enough to know that summers can be brutal. There’s nothing we can do to stop the heat, but there are a few things we can do to protect ourselves from it. Perhaps the most important thing we can do is stay hydrated.
The World Series is an exciting event that the Dallas Courier Dallas Hot Shot Deliveries team looks forward to every year. Of course, this year, the Texas Rangers are absent from the main event, so it makes it a little less exciting, but the most recent games of the series have more than made up for the MIA Rangers.
We all know that a functioning adult needs anywhere from seven to nine hours of sleep at night. But did you know that failing to get the required amount of sleep is just as mind altering as drugs and alcohol? Sleep deprivation is also linked to a decrease in immunity, cardiovascular health, and, of course, patience and positivity.
If you are anything like me you are very excited that this week we are celebrating the Fourth of July this Thursday. Obviously we are all excited to celebrate the 4th because it makes our independence of our great nation from the Kingdom of Great Britain through our Declaration of Independence. We are also excited to take some time away from the office and spend it with family. This Thursday there will be lots of cookouts, pool parties, baseball games, parades, family reunions, concerts, American flags and of course fireworks. We have a lot to celebrate so this Thursday will be a great day!
Voting is something many people take for granted. Some are even too lazy or apathetic to head out to the polls. Meanwhile, across the globe, many citizens have no say in their country’s government. If you keep up with the news, you know of the voting horrors in Iraq and Afghanistan. People have literally lost their lives trying to vote. In America, we walk freely into the voting lines, fill out our ballots and return safely home. It is a luxury that often gets overlooked.