Halloween in the time of COVID-19 brings up a lot of questions: Can the kids go trick-or-treating? Is it OK to have a spooky backyard party? Will my skeleton mask keep me from getting the virus? We might not have all the answers, but we do have a few ideas for a safer and healthier All Hallows Eve.
During National Realtor Safety Month, we usually focus on how you can protect yourself from physical harm or your information from thieves. This year, as you already know, is different. Many experts anticipate a much-feared second wave of COVID-19 cases in the fall, as students go back to school and the weather cools.
It’s almost surreal to look back at the way I was living my life in February and early March. My family and I were constantly on the move — not only was I busy with work, but my wife was busy handling the packed schedules of five kids. Our lives were a nonstop race to the next event, the next deadline, the next goal.