Consumers and Holiday Spending

The highly anticipated day of thanks is here, stores have stocked their shelves, but there is a slight dilemma. The removal of limitations due to COVID-19 has caused an increase in spending. People have been advised to make early shopping trips as this holiday season 2 million more consumers than last year are expected to shop from Thanksgiving day through the weekend and into Cyber … Continue reading Consumers and Holiday Spending

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Similar to the New Years Eve ball dropping in New York City, The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is an event that is highly anticipated every year. First starting in 1924 on November 27th, it originally was a one-time event to showcase the new large Macy’s store which was 1 million square feet, with the intended purpose being retail.  The first one took place during the … Continue reading Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Covid19 updates/recap around the world

South America : According to France 24, “South America has been hit very hard in an economic aspect.” After a good 10 years of natural resources flourishing, “The Golden Decade GDP per capita in South America dropped to the same level that it was in 2010. Recording at least half a million deaths from COVID according to WHO data. If you want more info on … Continue reading Covid19 updates/recap around the world

Santa’s Reindeer and Their Origin

As the clock for Christmas is ticking down and the holiday approaches, it’s nice to look back on the many stories we share during this season. One of the most famous and traditional stories is that of Santa Claus, who goes by many aliases across cultures, and his trusty reindeer.  To set the record straight, reindeer are in fact an actual animal species, not mythical … Continue reading Santa’s Reindeer and Their Origin