Let's say you've done everything that's been asked of you. You paid attention to the information regarding availability of the COVID-19 vaccine, made your appointment, and got the shots. Can you celebrate with a beer, cocktail, or glass of wine?
Last week, we told you that Staples and Office Depot are offering free lamination for your COVID-19 vaccination card. Right after that, news began to spread that the phony vaccination card business is booming. There's a connection, and medical professionals are not happy about it.
Before this job, I spent around three years working at the Pineway supermarket in my hometown of Oregon, Illinois. I've been trying to recall if I did anything even borderline heroic during my tenure as a stockboy.
My first thought upon reading this was that this is a pretty interesting way to get me to buy computer ink and paper while I'm there. But, upon further consideration, I can see where this offer could come in handy.
I don't know how it goes around your house, but I'm constantly getting "the look" from my family for occasionally (okay, maybe the word I should have used is "constantly") feeding our dogs a few things from the dinner table.
That sudden and rapid decrease in your phone's battery life is not your imagination, and it doesn't necessarily mean that you need to replace the battery or phone. The culprit might just be this incredibly cold weather we're experiencing right now.