Coronavirus has put everyone into a mood, me included. And my sassy attitude, along with constantly snoozing Cairo, my kitty cat alarm clock, every single morning, I’ve been served a warrant once again… and I need to raise $1,000 for homeless pets to get bailed out of “jail” when I get #LockedUpForGood at the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia on September 24.
Well, hopefully not in the traditional sense. Anyone who has been using family owned, locally operate or other small businesses routinely has likely noticed friction between those businesses and the COVID-19 pandemic. So what’s the plan if your vet goes radio silent right now?
The Independence Day holiday usually starts with a meal and ends with the bang of fireworks. However, with large, public displays canceled or postponed due to COVID-19 concerns, many people are creating their own fun.
Despite being infected with sentimentalism, COVID-19 made me start thinking seriously about my material possessions. I quickly came to the conclusion that I didn't need most of the stuff I had laying around and of that stuff, I didn't even truly want all of it. Obviously, you can't just sell everything you own (though you would have a lot of extra cash) but I thought maybe I could clear some room.