I am so sick of hearing/typing/talking about COVID and the Coronavirus, guys. Like... I would rather wear Crocs in public or cheer for the Patriots than talk about it but this is our reality right now and we've just gotta buckle down and face it. This pandemic has stopped the world in its tracks and you have no choice but to navigate your business through it. Whether you're able to be open right now or not, this is changing how you put your brand out there. Your brand's socia
Everybody is doing it. Every single person I know and probably every single person you know is checking their bank account waiting to see their stimulus check drop. Some people, of course, have already received theirs. Whether you're working or not, you're getting a check. Basically unless you make six-figures, you're getting the full amount. There are other restrictions too, like if you can be claimed as a dependent or don't have a Social Security number. I think the whole i
Ever since quarantine has started, my social media screen time has skyrocketed. I'll find myself aimlessly scrolling through Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, or TikTok to pass the time. I can't tell you how many times I've exited an app just to find myself mindlessly wander back five minutes later looking at the same exact thing I just saw. This type of thing drives me crazy! I hate when I catch myself doing it because I feel like I've wasted so much time. I'm aimlessly consumin
I know what you're thinking and you're not wrong. Quarantine 100% sucks. People are losing their jobs, they're desperate to reunite with friends, and they're going stir-crazy. In the midst of all this, please take a minute to consider others before you lash out. I've seen a lot of posts about how "This is America. How dare you!" and "Don't be a sheep!". Honestly, I don't have any time for that. Yes, this is America, but if you're upset that more people haven't died then that'