If you love, love, love to travel, it's hard to be grounded even when it's for your own and everyone else's health. The positive side to remaining at home is that it gives you time to look back at your travels and commemorate your favorite trips.
Here are some tips and tricks for celebrating your vacation memories and anticipating your next trip all from the safety of your own home:
New York City played a pivotal role in the naming of March as Women's History Month. In 1979, Sarah Lawrence College hosted a 15-day conference about women's history that led to the creation of a national week commemorating the topic. The next year, President Jimmy Carter issued a presidential proclamation declaring the week of March 8, 1980, as National Women's History Week. By 1986, 14 states marked Women's History Month, which gained national designation the following year. Fittingly, you can celebrate the fascinating women — past and present — who have enlivened New York City by visiting museums, restaurants and entertainment venues during Women's History Month, or any time of the year: