Matt Robinson has been a writer, editor, and communications administrator (as well as a teacher and boxing coach) for over 20 years. Most importantly, he has been a husband for 10 and a father of twins for 7.5. Especially as he values these last capacities, Matt is always looking for healthy ways to sustain his family and his community. That is why he is such a fan of Boston Organics!
Jess Lynch is the founder of Wishroute. Jess started her career in consulting at PwC but started Wishroute when she was at Babson College getting her MBA and realized we have a wish epidemic ‐ she kept hearing friends say they wish they were exercising or eating healthier and something clicked.
Saint Patrick’s Day observes the death of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. People spend the holiday celebrating Irish culture and traditions including parades, Irish step dancing, drinking green beer, or eating Irish cuisine. Did you know your chance of finding a 4-leaf clover is 1 in 10,000?
As tradition goes, wearing green on St. Patrick ’s Day will make you invisible to pesky leprechauns, otherwise be weary of getting pinched! Different cities hold different traditions – Chicago colors the Chicago River green with a natural vegetable dye, and Hot Springs holds the world’s shortest parade (98 feet). While I don’t think Mayor Walsh will approve dying the Charles River green, we still have an awesome parade! Boston’s St. Patrick's Day parade will start Sunday March 17 at 1:00 pm at Broadway Station.
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