Labor Day is always celebrated on the first Monday in September, and is also referred to as the “working man’s holiday”. It is to honor the working man or woman with respect and appreciation for all the work that is done inside and outside the home, union, big company or small company. We all work in some capacity, whether it is earning the paycheck to keep the bills afloat, staying home with the kids to educate and teach them about life, cleaning the house making sure it is a comfortable space for the rest of the family to live, taking care of elderly parents, etc. There are so many different hats we may wear, and it is important for us to take the time to celebrate everything we contribute to ourselves and those around us. Take this day and this month to be proud of who you are and the work accomplishments you have achieved.