When word of the first round of coronavirus quarantines started to hit, we were all guilty of a little panic buying. Some of it, in hindsight, maybe turned out to be a little silly – did we really need all that toilet paper right then and there? – but some of it was probably […]

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  Even these days, when it feels like maybe the quarantine is finally over, a lot of us are eating out less than we used to. Maybe it’s for sanitary reasons, maybe it’s because you prefer making our own menu at home (which can come in handy for you vegans and vegetarians), or maybe you’ve […]

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  While it may have seemed unthinkable within the last few months, it actually looks like a few places are starting to open back up. Parks, restaurants, even movie theaters – it’s weird how excited we all are to go back to the places we used to take for granted. Perhaps less exciting among these […]

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  Here in Michigan, as with states all over, the quarantine is being lifted very slowly – but that doesn’t mean you can’t still be careful! Most people are gradually testing the waters by having a few people over in their backyards while still practicing social distancing. The weather is perfect for a little barbecue […]

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  Even if you’ve been trying to stay a little more active and healthier during quarantine, take a second and look down – are you wearing slippers right now? It’s okay, we all are. The various shutdowns and quarantines during the COVID-19 pandemic, while necessary to protect everyone’s health and safety, have really put a […]

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  Even now, as certain states start relaxing their stay-at-home orders (with mixed results), many of us are still in quarantine trying to make the most of what we have. Grocery shopping is still a limited prospect for many of us, from the restrictions placed on shoppers to the fact that many of us need […]

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  For most of us right now, the quarantine is still in full swing: grocery stores are hard to get into, supplies are still hard to come by, and everything else is either too closed or limited to be any help. It can start to feel a little claustrophobic after a while, knowing you can’t […]

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