Employed Americans Have Been Saving Money During COVID-19

Stay at home orders, federal payouts, and recession fears pushed Americans to stockpile money. Continue reading “Employed Americans Have Been Saving Money During COVID-19”

Primary Election Day

One-third of Floridians typically vote by mail, although now due to COVID-19 these numbers are expected to at least double for the primary and general elections, which why residents of the Sunshine State now have the three voting options this year. Continue reading “Primary Election Day”

Back to School for Manatee County Students

Student’s returning today, will experience a classroom unlike any before. Rooms are stocked with hand sanitizer and cleaning supplies, rearranged to ensure that social distancing will be possible, and everyone will be wearing a mask. Learn what other changes are being made to help protect students, teachers, staff, and family this school year. Continue reading “Back to School for Manatee County Students”

Florida Eviction Ban Only Protects COVID-Impacted Renters

For the third time, Governor Ron DeSantis has extended the eviction moratorium but the latest extension protects only those that can prove a pandemic-created hardship has kept them from paying. Continue reading “Florida Eviction Ban Only Protects COVID-Impacted Renters”

Spotless Kitchen in Just One Hour

Kitchens might be one of the most dreaded rooms in the house to clean, but with a clear plan, and the understanding what the outcome will be these tips will have any kitchen looking spotless in no time! Continue reading “Spotless Kitchen in Just One Hour”

Temperature Screenings at the Workplace

Workplace temperature screening has become popular as employers across the globe are faced with the need to reduce the spread of COVID-19.  While it is a change from normalcy, this measure, along with face masks, hand-washing, and social distancing is intended to protect the health of both the workforce and the public. Continue reading “Temperature Screenings at the Workplace”

Reopening Florida Phase 2

Phase 1 of reopening began on May 18th and nearly three weeks later Governor DeSantis has announced that Florida will enter phase 2 of reopening on Friday, allowing bars, movie theaters, and more to reopen! Continue reading “Reopening Florida Phase 2”

TSA at SRQ Airport Announces Changes in Response to COVID-19

The Transportation Security Administration announces changes to their security procedures in response to COVID-19. There has been a significant decrease in the number of passengers coming through the security checkpoints since the beginning of the outbreak, although now that states are reopening the TSA is taking extra precautions to help prevent the spread. Continue reading “TSA at SRQ Airport Announces Changes in Response to COVID-19”

Vacation Rentals Approved in Sarasota and Manatee Counties

After nearly two months of Governor DeSantis’s executive order suspending vacation rentals, Manatee and Sarasota counties received approval to reopen short term rentals. Vacation rentals standards and guidelines have changed to align directly with the Governor’s Safe. Smart. Step-By-Step Plan for Reopening Florida to keep not only the visitors safe, but the rental owners, and hospitality staff as well.  Continue reading “Vacation Rentals Approved in Sarasota and Manatee Counties”

Moving During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Pandemic or not, moving is never easy. With more restrictions and new guidelines, many may attempt to reschedule their move, but for some delaying their move in is not an option. We suggest taking these things into consideration while in the process of relocating during these difficult times. Continue reading “Moving During The COVID-19 Pandemic”