It’s hard to believe that the calendar is already indicating that the Ides of March have come and gone. The clocks have sprung forward and, if you are like me, you are still trying to get used to waking up in the dark. While many parts of the country are anxiously awaiting the arrival of spring, they are still seeing lots of white (ie snow).
However, this Monday, many parts of the country / world will be seeing Green. I am not referring to Green as in dollars and cents (although that would be nice). I am not referring to Green as in the environment (although that would be even nicer). I am not even referring to Green as in seeing grass rather than snow. I mean Green as in Saint Patrick’s Day Green. The luck of the Irish Green. The little Irish mythological fairy known as a Leprechaun - Green. As in shamrocks, four-leaf clovers, Green beer, Green clothes, Green hair. Green! Green! Green!
Not only is Ireland known for its Green landscape but it is actually known for being forty shades of Green. Do you think they knew centuries ago when people started celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day how cool and positively impactful being Green could be? We at Green Business Alliance wish you a Happy Saint Paddy’s Day and encourage you to join in the green festivities and Greenify Today for a Better Tomorrow.