As summer comes to an end and everyone is struggling to find their footing with online and distance learning, I find myself longing for days of the past. When the first day of school was celebrated with a supply and clothing shopping trip that resulted in adorable 1st day photos. When I didn’t have to strategically calculate how many times I want to go up and down the stairs of my own home because of the sheer effort it takes. When I could hug my friends and family freely and they would hug and hold me in return. When my bedside table wasn’t overrun with prescription pill bottles. When my kid didn’t hate and judge me for everything I did. When the world was a simpler, happier place.
But these days, everyone is a little extra miserable than usual. The stress between friends and families handling the pandemic differently is destroying relationships. The fear and consideration of losing loved ones over differing political and social climate standings is a daily struggle. As far as I can see, we are all a little more lonely than before.
By now you’ve probably heard of Angie’s List, Home Advisor, and other websites for customers to find professional services in their area. Those sites can be helpful to get leads for your business, but many people get frustrated with them and the constant sales tactics to serve their own interests instead of helping your business or your customers. Here comes Google to the rescue. As the #1 source of information in the world, Google has developed Google Local Services Ads (LSA) to help people find trustworthy professionals in their area.
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Today is Denim Day, but we’re taking a look at a company that does more than just denim.
Origin USA – Handcrafted in America, Without Compromise.
That says a lot right there. Even before we had to deal with shipping delays and countries shutting down, they had a vision of bringing manufacturing back to the USA. Starting with an industrial loom that was barely suitable for a museum, they used American ingenuity to build something, literally, from the ground up, using cotton grown in America for their products.