Tips for Dealing with Coronavirus Stress

October 5, 2020 Today I am coming atcha with a recipe. Wait! Before you roll your eyes and close this tab, I promise I won’t give you the history of where I first learned about it and when I first made it and who was across the street on their front porch speculating about the […]

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Governor Evers Extends Wisconsin Mask Mandate

September 28, 2020 Dunno how you guys feel, but I feel like 2020 has been a lot like Groundhog Day. The movie. Without Bill Murray cracking jokes. Lest you think next week was going to be a little different, at least on the mask front, I am here to tell you (though I am sure […]

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FFCRA Clarifications

September 21, 2020 Early last month, a federal court in New York invalidated a handful of regulatory provisions interpreting the FFCRA (if you need a quick refresher, check out this blog I wrote in August). I have been keeping an eye on this so I could let you all know how, if at all, this […]

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Pandemic Relief Bill Fails to Pass

September 14, 2020 Well, as promised, Congress voted on a new pandemic relief bill this week. And, as expected, it failed to pass. The bill included more money for small business loans, funding for schools and the Postal Service, scaled-back unemployment benefits, and liability lawsuit protections for schools, businesses, and healthcare providers. Democrats felt it […]

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PPP FORGIVENESS APPLICATION: APPLY OR WAIT?

August 31, 2020 As a mom, I spend a fair amount of time gently reminding my kids to do things that they don’t want to do: clean their rooms, eat their vegetables, do their homework. I am constantly telling them not to procrastinate, do it now and it will be done. I try to apply […]

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