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Love During Coronavirus

By Jason Freely / 6 days ago

By the lovely Grace Farris. P.S. A sixty-second way to feel good and ways to say I love you.… Read more The post Love During Coronavirus appeared first on A Cup of Jo.

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DIY Face Masks Are Basically Useless Against the Coronavirus

By Jason Freely / 6 days ago

Knitting enthusiasts are hard at work filling a giant, gaping hole in the nation’s supply of face masks for healthcare workers. And they’re growing in numbers. The New York Times called them “a sewing army” in a recent report. Despite their good intentions, the simple fact is that home-sown cloth masks are nearly useless in […]

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What to Expect from a Holiday in the Algarve

By Jason Freely / 7 days ago

There are countless reasons as to why the Algarve is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world. If you are considering whether this particular location should be your next destination for your annual family holiday, then you may be curious about what you can expect from the experience. Here is a short […]

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The best things you can do for local businesses in light of COVID-19

By Jason Freely / 7 days ago

Social distancing is making shopping tricky, where in-person shopping is still allowed. Photo (CC) by Guido van Nispen   Monica Bailey of Rock Port, Missouri, sent in this question that I think you can relate to: Thank you ladies, as always, for supporting small towns! My question is super generic but it is giving me sleepless […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Our Virtual Cookbook Club

By Jason Freely / 7 days ago

If there is one lesson I’ve gained from social distancing, it’s that even the most introverted of people need connection. Not being able to join my friends for our monthly cookbook club has left a hole in my heart and it has only confirmed that people coming together over food has tremendous healing power. Thankfully, […]

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Have You Seen Rainbows Around Town?

By Jason Freely / last week

Have you spotted any rainbows in windows where you live? Take a look around Brooklyn… How sweet is this way to stay connected while being isolated? Here’s a map of the rainbow connection! My friend Linsey Laidlaw and her kids took it to the next level and made a rainbow for their entire building! (Her […]

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How to Manage Online Reviews

By Jason Freely / last week

Who has heard somebody say this before?  “I’m going to write them a bad Yelp review.”  Just me? I didn’t think so.  Table of Contents Why You Have to Manage Online Reviews A single bad online review can tank your business. So much of business and marketing has moved to the virtual world today. And you, as […]

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What Are the Different Women’s Body Types?

By Jason Freely / last week

Have you ever thought about how many different types of body styles there are? Even though there are billions of people on the planet, everyone looks unique. The female body is represented in several different ways, but five body types appear the most. You’ll want to know what body type you have so that you […]

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Behold the “Quasar Tsunami,” Which Can Kill an Entire Galaxy

By Jason Freely / last week

Quasar Tsunami New data from NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope details what may be the most powerful phenomena in the universe: the “quasar tsunami,” a cosmic storm of such terrifying proportions that it can tear apart an entire galaxy. “No other phenomena carries more mechanical energy,” said principal investigator Nahum Arav of Virginia Tech in a […]

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