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Covid 19

All You Need to Know about Ohio’s Reopening

Ohio’s Reopening Market

Over 4.2 million Ohio residents, roughly 36% of the state population, had been fully vaccinated as of June 1, 2021 while 42% had received a single dose. With mass vaccination underway, most Americans can expect to return to normal soon. In Ohio, Gov. Mike DeWine announced in May that most COVID-19 regulations would be lifted… Read More

Celebrating Valentine’s Day in Cleveland this 2021

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It’s safe to say that Clevelanders have never experienced Valentine’s Day quite this year’s. With a little creativity and resourcefulness, however, you can still enjoy a romantic experience despite these truly unusual times. To help inspire you, we’ve curated these excellent Valentine’s Day ideas for the new normal: Bibliophile’s dream date For lovers who also… Read More

How to keep the Christmas spirit despite the pandemic

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The holiday season is one of the most anticipated times of the year, but because of the coronavirus pandemic, we may have to change how we celebrate Christmas. Fortunately for us, humans are incredibly resourceful. There are multiple ways to keep the Christmas spirit well and alive as we shelter in place to keep all… Read More

Northeast Ohio schools back to remote learning due to COVID-19 surge

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In August, 2020, Northeast Ohio school districts announced their preparations for the start of the new school year in September amid the COVID-19 pandemic. At that time, the general consensus was, school districts in counties with a yellow or orange code, which indicates zero to low rates of infection, may adopt in-person learning or a… Read More

Ways to celebrate Thanksgiving virtually


Thanksgiving is a time for homecomings, merry making, and sharing a special dinner with everyone in our immediate and extended families. This year, however, with the COVID-19 pandemic restricting travel and get-togethers, celebrating Thanksgiving may just have to be done differently. If you can’t join your loved ones physically for the holiday, don’t fret. Thanks… Read More

Trick-or-treating the safe and fun way this Halloween

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Trick or treating on Halloween is always one of the year’s most anticipated activities for kids, not only in Cleveland, OH but throughout the country. With the coronavirus pandemic still raging, however, this year’s celebrations may be a little more subdued than usual to ensure social distancing and other safety measures. One thing that’s different… Read More

How to nurture social skills in homebound kids

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Social skills are one of the most important things kids learn to pick up at play or in school. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, however, they’re forced to stay inside. In-person contact with friends and other people are limited, if not non-existent, and they have to rely on video conferencing tools to stay in touch… Read More

How Cleveland Schools are Reopening despite COVID-19

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As Cleveland joins the rest of the United States in re-establishing day-to-day routines amidst the new normal of COVID-19, one of the most important concerns on people’s minds is how schools can restart for the 2020-21 academic year.  If you live in Cleveland or other Northeast Ohio suburbs, here is everything that you need to… Read More

Why the Post-COVID 19 Cleveland Real Estate Market Looks Promising

Why the Post-COVID 19 Cleveland Real Estate Market Looks Promising

Is this a good time to buy or sell real estate in Cleveland, OH? If you’ve been losing sleep over real estate, you can put your fears to rest. Here’s why Cleveland real estate is well positioned to survive – and thrive – in a post-COVID housing market. Cleveland is a house-flipping hotspot For many… Read More

How to Leave Home Safely and Responsibly as COVID-19 Lockdowns are Eased

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In early May, Ohio governor Mike DeWine rolled out the Responsible Restart Ohio plan, a multi-faceted strategy on loosening the restrictions implemented to curb the spread of COVID-19 earlier this year.  While it was certainly good news to local businesses that were forced to halt operations and to residents who have been ordered to shelter… Read More

Cleaning Tips to Keep Your Home Virus-Free from the CDC and Cleveland Clinic

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the 2019 novel coronavirus or COVID-19 is transmitted primarily when healthy people come in close contact with someone infected who is sneezing or coughing. This is why social distancing is still considered one of the best ways of prevention. But what about the chances of… Read More

Enhance Your Interiors by Bringing the Outdoors into Your Home

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With almost everyone spending more time indoors these days, now is the perfect time to look for ways to brighten up your interiors. One of the best ways is to give your home a more natural feel by bringing in the outdoors. Introducing outdoor elements is a great way to add a calmer, more relaxing… Read More

The Effect of COVID-19 on the Cleveland Real Estate Market

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Despite strong market data at the start of 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has created a decline in home buying interest in Ohio due to uncertainty. According to a survey conducted by the Ohio REALTORS, 75% of respondents say COVID-19 has decreased their interest in purchasing homes. This is NOT the case in 44022 and 44023… Read More

Keep Your Pets Safe During a Pandemic

These are challenging times and, for many, not knowing how the health crisis can impact our daily activities can understandably make us anxious. Rather than worrying about our own and our pets’ health and safety, we should educate ourselves about how COVID-19 can affect us, and what measures to take to help contain and mitigate… Read More

Activities to Keep Your Kids Busy While They’re Home


The global health crisis has driven wide swathes of the population confined to their homes in the next few weeks – including school children in Ohio. Out of school and restricted in their outside activities, your kids will have plenty of unspent energy at home. Here’s how you can keep them busy: Create a scavenger… Read More

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