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Once you start contingency planning, it’s hard to know where to stop. Planning for the unexpected becomes part of how you see the world and how you organize your life. Last year I was determined to use the pandemic lockdown efficiently. For me, that meant having two elective surgeries that I had been putting off. To prepare…Read More
One example of how our contingency plan evolves is how we now need to determine our storage strategy for our Covid vaccination card. When I received my second shot, the gentleman ahead of me had lost his vaccination card. The people staffing the pop-up site had no suggestions for getting a new card, and they…Read More
There’s no denying it. Whether you’re a business owner or not, 2020 has taught us that we all need to be prepared, at least for the unexpected, if not for a full-fledged emergency. COVID continues to present challenges in the US and worldwide. Here in the Northeast, difficulties persist – we’re nowhere near back to…Read More
Years ago, I would rise early Saturday mornings to make muffins from scratch and surprise neighbors with small batches. One neighbor would say, “You should live on a farm!” Although I’ve lived in Chester County for decades, I still have strong city roots. I like front porches, street lights, and side-walks. I have no plans…Read More
I recently hosted a speaking event at the beautiful historic Kimberton Inn in Kimberton, PA. It was a lovely evening surrounded by family and friends, ten days before Christmas. After the event, many of us spilled over into the bar and dining room for dinner and refreshments. My husband and I seized a rare opportunity…Read More