There’s no denying that the last year or so has been tough for most people. The risk of infection that you and your family faced was likely a huge source of stress. You’ve also likely had to make adjustments to your work schedule to cope with the additional remote schooling and childcare responsibilities. However, the successful rollout of vaccines could spell an end to the most extreme aspects of quarantine soon.
The whole world has been in turmoil for most of 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. It doesn’t matter where you are in the country or what you do for work, we have all been affected by COVID-19 in one way or another. And with winter here, there is a greater risk of contracting the virus and for many, getting seriously ill from it. To help keep you and your loved ones safe, here is a guide on what safety precautions you can utilize today.
Halloween is approaching, and on a Saturday, too! The problem is that COVID-19 has made it so that Halloween as we know it is done for. The idea of kids going to random people’s houses was going the way of the dodo before, but even more so now. For trunk or treaters, a mass gathering seems not too smart. Many parents are left wondering how they can have a Halloween their kids will never forget. Let’s look at some ways.
In this unfortunate time of quarantine, many gyms have closed, outdoor exercising has been banned in many countries and states, and life as we know it seems to have turned upside down. Different groups of people have been affected differently. Gym and outdoor enthusiasts are struggling to create a healthy indoor routine; some have actually given up on their fitness journey. For people who never exercise due to “lack of time”, quarantine has handed them spare time to invest in themselves. They don’t have any excuse not to exercise indoors.
Buying a home during the pandemic can be a daunting task. Due to constantly changing protocols, you may need to make key decisions without having all of the information – making it a risky venture! Since the steps are never the same for each and every home buying situation, especially now, it’s difficult to know where to start. Luckily, there are several methods you can utilize to help you through your virtual hunt into the real estate market!
The Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has shuffled the lives of many people into disarray. The technical name of the virus is severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2. The virus was identified in China back in December. It didn’t take long for the World Health Organization to classify it as a public health concern in January. With over 14 million cases and 600,000 deaths, still counting, the risk is very real and there is no way to ignore it safely.