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COVID-19

Food in the time of COVID-19

On social media, pictures of freshly baked homemade bread abound.  Comments regarding the dearth of yeast are common, yielding to threads and tips regarding sourdough starters.  Even my sister sent me a photo of Seymour, her star starter.  And while I’d like to blame bread for my recent increase in…
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Do I Need a Will? Short Answer: Maybe.

*This post does not, and is not intended to, provide legal or tax advice.  Individuals seeking such advice should contact a qualified professional.  The coronavirus has upended our lives and lifestyle.  Not only are we keeping our distance and washing our hands more often, but recent headlines have many thinking…
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Ugh, My Hair! Don’t Ignore Self-Care.

My hair.  It is embarrassing to admit, but my hair has been dominating my thoughts for the past 72 hours.  Yes, I am aware of the pandemic.  Yes, I am aware of Governor Hogan’s recent executive order requiring all Maryland residents to stay at home, unless engaged in essential activities,…
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The Best Things in Life are Free. Really.

Social distancing.  Self-isolating.  Quarantine.  If you’re following current federal and state guidelines, likely you are at home trying to stay away from others.  For some, this time is peaceful.  It’s uninterrupted family time without the constant busyness of everyday life.  There is no rushing from here to there and all…
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