Although you may not be able to fully prevent an illness this season, a healthy immune system is one way to give your body extra protection. Focusing on nutrient-rich foods and healthy lifestyle behaviors can help you and your family stay a step ahead.
Mother’s Day is fast approaching - again.
If you’re a business owner, you’ve probably gone through a range of emotions recently. A few weeks ago, as part of the $2 trillion CARES Act, the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) was launched to provide $349 billion to help small businesses keep their workers and stay afloat. Your expectations may have risen. But that money ran out more quickly than anticipated – a letdown for many business owners. Now, it’s on to Round 2. Time for higher hopes again?
An executive order issued by Gov. Greg Abbott to reopen in-store retail shopping, dine-in restaurants, movie theaters, museums, libraries and more took effect May 1 and will continue through May 15.
A few days ago, my wife and I enjoyed a short road trip. Typically an hour’s drive to Stephenville, this day it was twice that. It took 40 minutes to make it through Granbury, where folks – weary of “sheltering”-- seemed happy to be in their cars again, perhaps looking for “essential places.”
I have traveled America by car for over 40 years. I have seen extremely high gas prices. I have seen awful traffic jams. I have driven miles without a gas station open, seen hotels that scalped all comers, roads that only remotely resemble their names, road signs that artfully confuse observers, and a myriad of traveler-unfriendly environments, but none can compete with the current tribalism among our states.
The ravens are back.
We are all social distancing. Hugs from a friend have been put on hold. Personal interaction is kept to a minimum. Masks have become fashion statements, gloves a necessity. We go out only when we are out of milk, or eggs or toilet paper. We fear the touch of human contact. Well, not really but you get my drift.
Texas continued to feel the effects of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic last week as Gov. Greg Abbott and advisors worked on a plan to ease his statewide stay-at-home order.
Let’s make a worldwide observation.