Tag: Social distance

How to Hold a Socially Distanced Playdate For Your Kids

By: Bonnie Azoulay We’re more than halfway through summer (there’s a month left, but who’s counting?) and parents are still walking a tightrope to ensure their kids are safe while being entertained. Since the coronavirus pandemic hit, plenty of kids have gone months in quarantine without seeing their friends and family. But now that states are loosening up their shutdown policies, your children…

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GC4W News Weekend Reads – Edition 8.0

GC4W News Weekend Reads – Edition 8.0 The GC4W News Weekend Reads Edition 8.0 is a collection of top stories and trending topics.  With so much news content being published each day on gc4women.org, we have decided to start a new tradition to keep you informed and connected to the resources to improve your life and business.  The following are top…

How to Have Friends Over Post-COVID

How to Have Friends Over Post-COVID Even as states open up and, in some places, restaurants start to serve sit-down meals again, having friends in the house even for a short while remains a bad idea, experts say. Getting together outside — on blankets spaced apart in a park or on the deck or front porch or lawn at your…

Best Methods of Self Study for Students

Self studying, which involves studying without direct supervision or attendance in a classroom, is a valuable way to learn, and is quickly growing in popularity among parents and students. By complementing formal education with home study, students can see a drastic improvement to grades, material understanding, and confidence. Many students study at home to supplement their class-based learning. However, self…

76+ Women-Owned Small Businesses To Support From A Distance

Women who leave the workforce after having children often go the entrepreneurial route when they’re ready to work again, rather than attempting to jump back on the corporate ladder. Unfortunately that means they’re some of those getting hit the hardest as small businesses across the country close their brick and mortar stores as we shelter-in-place to protect against the spread of the novel coronavirus.