In light of the pandemic, times have changed a lot. What was the norm has become a taboo in society. People could freely relate with each other, show physical signs of camaraderie, but not anymore. Activities that should encourage kids to travel were put on hold. Now, everyone has to mandatorily maintain some space from the other person, use a face mask always, wash and sanitize their hands regularly. Considering the importance of traveling and moving around, both adults and kids are quarantined once they begin to show symptoms of the deadly viruses for proper treatment. If your kids are in the category of those who got quarantined, they might be stressed after all the process. Here are healthy pieces of advice to solve that:
Provide them with a proper diet
Stress can also be caused by fatigue and lack of energy. Not eating the right foods that boost your … Read More
Simon Property Group, which owns hundreds of shopping malls in the U.S. and abroad, will not open its locations on Thanksgiving Day.
“In these challenging times, we made the decision that we will not open on Thanksgiving Day, instead allowing our associates to spend the holiday with their loved ones,” David Simon, chairman, chief executive officer and president of the company, announced in a Monday news release.
The group said its properties would reopen on Black Friday.
Simon lists 205 shopping and outlet malls across the U.S. on its website.
You can view their full list of properties here.
Simon Property Group is the latest company to announce that it will keep its doors closed on Turkey Day, a shift that was not unexpected by experts.
“With everything that’s going on, there may be no Black Friday at all,” Scott Rankin, retail strategy leader with KPMG US,
I recently discovered $81.13 of free money online. It took me 30 seconds to find and three minutes to claim.
OK, OK: Technically, it wasn’t free money. At some point in my life, I earned it. I handed it over to the City of St. Petersburg, Florida, to put the water bill in my name… and then I forgot all about it.
That is, until a recent Sunday afternoon when I was bored and contemplating ways to make extra money.
On a whim, I searched my name on the state of Florida’s unclaimed property website. Lo and behold, it was me: Robin C. Hartill, $81.13 of forgotten water money begging to be claimed. I filled out a form that asked for a few identifying details, then clicked the submit button.
Less than two weeks later, the check arrived via snail mail.
The official Robin C. Hartill net worth
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