Mother’s Day is May 10th! It’s a modern celebration honoring one’s mother, as well as motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society. It is celebrated on various days in many parts of the world, most commonly in the months of March or May. We love moms for the various things they teach us and their love and support along the way!
What better way to celebrate Easter than a large egg made of Chocolate? But you may be wondering how this delicious tradition come to be? Read on…
10 Valentines Day Facts You Didn’t Know:
The season of love is quickly approaching. You may have heard the story of Saint Valentine – the saint that was executed for marrying soldiers who were forbidden to marry, but if you consider yourself a true Don Juan, nibble on some chocolate and test your Valentines Day knowledge by seeing how many of these festive facts you know… or don’t know!
For many of us New Year’s resolutions are grandly made and easily broken. Why? Because a resolution is just that—it’s a decision. We also place a large amount of pressure on ourselves, very much focusing on the “what” but not the “how”. Making New Years resolutions with an action plan should be put into practice…. otherwise we often set ourselves up for failure. Want to ring in the New Year with gusto? Here are our recommended top 6 tips for goal setting:
Everyone enjoys going to holiday parties. As a guest there is no pressure to entertain, menu plan or tidy up… but don’t forget that behind every hit party there is a host.
Attractions and Activities
Chocolate Tales is your one-stop-shop for anything chocolate! Whether you are looking for something to do for your birthday, your kids birthday, a night out or a night in (featuring our Home Party Entertainment Packages), a wedding or bridal shower party pop up shop, or even a staff appreciation or team building event… we got you covered… covered in chocolate that is! (not actually)
The “season” of highest chocolate consumption starts months just before Halloween, continues throughout the colder months- Christmas, Valentines, Mother’s Day and then typically drops off after Easter…. but why? The most common reason is that the “chocolate season” is dictated by the chocolate industry and marketers, who especially aim to please during those holidays and celebrations.