Pandemic Tips #8 Toilet Paper, Finances, Second Homes

Some general thoughts including toilet paper, finances and second homes. 

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Pandemic Tips #7 – Random thoughts

Pandemic Tips #7 –  Supplies especially toilet paper, Encroaching animals update, Driving when the lockdown is over,  Kids in stores, Keep the change, Keep your gas tanks full, 

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Pandemic Tips #6 – Watch for wild animals

Last Updated on 8 months by Christopher G Mendla

Pandemic tips Watch for wild animals. With people off the streets in many areas, wild animals are venturing into the suburbs and even cities. 

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Pandemic Tips #5 – Shopping checklist

I’m trying to minimize risk when I need to go to the store. Here is a sample checklist for before and after your trip

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Pandemic Tips #4

Fourth in a series of thoughts about the Covid-19 pandemic. Question everything, Fresh meat and fish, Covid-19 and freezers. 

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The importance of do it yourself during an emergency

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused widespread shutdowns. Homeowners and renters may find themselves with sudden maintenance issues. Can you handle it? 

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Pandemic Tips #3

More tips for dealing with the Pandemic. Awareness, news, contacts, scams, auto maintenance, medical and legal power of attorney and wills. 

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The cure could be worse than the disease.

President Trump has said several times that “the cure could be worse than the disease” and  we need to get the country back in operation as soon as it is safe to do so. I don’t know if people fully understand what he means. 

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Pandemic tips

Last Updated on 8 months by Christopher G Mendla

Here are some random thoughts about the current Covid 19 / China Virus / Coronavirus pandemic. 

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2020 03 19 – Ugly vibes and tribalism – A second home might not be a refuge.

Unfortunately an event like the current pandemic brings out the good, bad and ugly in people. I’m seeing people at shore communities becoming dangerously hostile to ‘outsiders’. A second home always seemed to be a possible refuge if things ‘went bad’. Unfortunately this isn’t true. 

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