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Tips for National Proposal Day and More Important Dates in March

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Tips for National Proposal Day and More Important Dates in March

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Today, the world straightens on its axis, day is as long as night and all eager young men of honest intention are urged to make that offer to the woman of their dreams. Yes, it’s the vernal equinox and National Proposal Day. Get in some extra bridal stock, run memes from your favorite romantic movies on your Facebook page, and hand out flowers to every young woman who comes in to “just look.”

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It’s Proofreading Day, making this a good week to re-read your website. Look carefully for errors and check every link. Links have a pesky way of deactivating themselves over time.

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Clutter Awareness Week: If you’re not working on it right now, it’s not a productivity tool or it doesn’t inspire you, it should be banished from your desktop today.

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On the 90TH ANNIVERSARY OF SAM WALTON’S BIRTHDAY, say a quiet thanks for cheaper underwear. Also, take a tip from the great discounter: Never stop learning.

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