The coronavirus pandemic has inspired more newcomers than ever to plant home gardens. Whether it was because people found themselves with more time due to the state’s stay-home orders or they discovered the fragility of the food supply chain, local garden centers saw an uptick in the number of people interested in getting their hands dirty.
A blog post about local restaurants is what led Collyn Floyd to the dream marketing job she didn’t know she wanted. Floyd, a Missouri native who came to Stark County in 1999, had been co-authoring a lifestyle blog about all of her favorite places for food, fun and funky finds when a representative from Team NEO, a regional business development organization, asked her to write a post for its regional tourism site.
Normally in this space, we share behind-the-scene photos of our desks or give you the rundown of what one of us has been streaming, reading or watching lately. But these days have been far from normal.
Nichole Cardinale has been in the promotions and sales business since she was in high school. She was the first business manager for Tallmadge High School’s newspaper, selling ads for the paper that her class created. As a student at the University of Akron, she sold advertising for the university’s student-run radio station, 88.1 WZIP.
With gyms closed this spring due to the coronavirus, I had to find some outdoor exercises that would rev up my heart rate and give me a full-body workout but didn’t require any equipment beyond a bench. Below are three workouts I’m still using.
Now that it’s warm, get the kids outside with these five classic games: 1. Scavenger hunts: Make a list of items available outside that the children can collect and bring back to you. Depending on the ages of the children participating, you can be as specific as “a leaf from a maple tree” to as general as “something green.” Set a reasonable time limit for the children to find each item. The first one to collect all the items or the one who has the most items when times expires is the winner.
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