Of all the things that could be shared about Mother’s Day, there are 2 things that are rather significant:

#1: The name of the day is meant to be singular, not plural. In other words, it’s a day to pay tribute to individual mothers, specifically your mother, but not necessarily all mothers.

#2: 40% of all adults still get advice from their mom before making a major decision.

Mother’s Day has roots all the way back to ancient Greece, but its most recent history begins in the 1800s, and the woman who started it all ultimately sought its removal from the calendar. Find out why in the audio below:

(Note: This year marks the 101st official Mother’s Day since it became a national holiday, and not the 100th as it’s mentioned here).