We have pulled together the best advice from veteran home school teachers as well as students to help you conquer the coming digital semester.
For many, the last time they saw the inside of a classroom was March. As we are fast approaching August, that is very nearly six months since schools first began shutting down. But with new cases once again on the rise and a resurgence putting vulnerable populations at risk, what does that mean for schools?
As more and more businesses join those that are reopening to the public, it is exciting to find our options for entertainment, shopping, and food opening up to us again. Almost like… Cue the cheesy Disney montage… We can visit our favorite hole in the wall local restaurants, mom and pop small businesses, and outdoor parks and nature preserves for […]
In case you have somehow managed to miss the news bulletin, various states and counties, including my own, have begun the process of a ‘soft open’. While this is great for small business owners and individuals who desperately need to get back to work (particularly in Florida where our unemployment system has completely and utterly crashed), it does obviously bring […]
Phase 1 Soft-Open When the Phase 1 reopening was announced there was a lot of initial confusion due in no small part to sloppy reporting. The Palm Beach Post claimed that essentially all services would be opened while other news outlets gave considerably more conservative predictions. Now it looks as though Broward and Miami Dade will be not far behind. […]
Over the past several weeks, learning to balance productivity and keeping busy against mental health and practicing self-care has been more vital than ever. While productivity and staying busy are sometimes a necessary part of this, it is also important to recognize that there will be times when we just need the time and space to not be okay.