Labor is often associated with sales, family barbecues, and the unofficial end of summer.
According to the Department of Labor, “Labor Day is observed on the first Monday in September, Labor Day is an annual celebration of the social and economic achievements of American workers. The holiday is rooted in the late nineteenth century, when labor activists pushed for a federal holiday to recognize the many contributions workers have made to America’s strength, prosperity, and well-being.” Read the full history at
As you reconnect with family and friends, rest and plan for Fall and Winter remember there is a deeper meaning.

Happy Labor Day!

Travel safely, whether by land or air.   #RememberToRest

Enjoy your holiday!

Christine Roebuck, CEO | Financial Strategist