Guest Column

May 12, 2020

Non-stop chores around the house, social distancing and even your favorite TV show can keep you from being active. While staying inside curled up the couch has its moments, you need exercise. In fact, your body and mind crave it. And if you’re already used to a very exercise-driven lifestyle, not ...

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Mental health is something that many people deal with on a daily basis, but it is an issue that few people regularly bring up or discuss. Coronavirus has unexpectedly and abruptly put mental health at the forefront of our lives. People have been at home and forced to be with their thoughts, some ...

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Seasonal businesses (landscaping, ice cream shops, sports training facilities, and shore-related enterprises) are accustomed to thriving during the warmer months and struggling when the leaves turn brown. Any seasonal company that has been around for several years, understands the need to conserve ...

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Sub: Om Desai has garnered support from hundreds, to petition NJ governor to not to force students to attend school physically during COVID-19 Unlike 31 other states, New Jersey has not yet declared that schools won't reopen this academic ...

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Disasters make us want to talk. We talk to share information and compare notes, for the feeling of belonging, and to make sense of things. But what happens, as with the COVID-19 crisis, when everyone is dealing with the same bad event simultaneously, when we seek out listeners to hear our concerns, ...

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Trying to transact real estate during COVID-19? Here are the do’s and don’ts of what can be done in real estate in New Jersey. For starters, Governor Murphy specifically defined real estate as an essential business and stated that one on one showings are permitted, but open houses are ...

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Editor's note: Visit Runnymede Capital Management Blog Post to read in its entirety.  This is the most crazy and stressful time to be a business owner, not to mention just being a human in general. We started the BuyLocalNJ project to support local businesses and this is a time that requires ...

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The $2.2 trillion coronavirus economic stimulus bill is providing a lifeline for small businesses in New Jersey and across the country in states that have been hit hard by the epidemic. The cornerstone of the legislation for business owners is a bold a $349 billion lending program for companies ...

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To benefit and gain an advantage at a time of crisis might seem heartless, but there is no sense in not making the best of a difficult situation. You, your family, and the world will be better off. It goes without saying that our hearts go out to those who are struggling from this unprecedented ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Even more adults will be working from home after the executive order Gov. Phil Murphy signed Saturday. Aside from the few businesses deemed essential, such as gas stations, supermarkets and pharmacies, all others have been instructed to close and their employees should work ...

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​After speaking with many friends today and seeing the panic across the faces across many parents across America, I realized that we're experiencing a secondary reaction to COVID-19: we are in the midst of a virtual learning epidemic. It's running its course across many of our communities and the ...

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It shouldn’t take a healthcare crisis to find ways for health care leaders to show front line healthcare team members how important they are and how much you care, but it is an especially important time to be extra considerate and thoughtful. Be prepared to go above and beyond for your employees so ...

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When a family becomes stressed, everyone feels anxious. The anxiety moves easily from person to person in the family.  Anxiety that affects one, affects all. It can be contagious. Our country and our community are in the midst of a great deal of panic and anxiety with the pandemic of the ...

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SUMMIT, NJ - SAGE Eldercare considers the safety of our program participants, families, volunteers and employees of utmost importance. In response to coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19), SAGE is taking direction and following safety recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the New Jersey ...

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NEW JERSEY -  It is true. We are living in desensitized times. We are over saturated with real threats in every area of our lives: We have to think about everything from foreign influences in our election processes, to melting icecaps that will result in the cities we love being the next Atlantis ...

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