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In a nationwide effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, millions of Americans have transitioned to remote work. Some companies have already committed to remote working conditions beyond 2020. 

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MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — Working from home and being a public school teacher are not necessarily synonymous, but since the closing of schools across the state in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, educators are attempting to make it work, however challenging it may be.

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With school closed for the time being, your children could help an older adult learn something new about today’s technology, whether it be a laptop or a TV remote. Or they might send emails to grandparents or elderly neighbors to chat about what they’re doing, or ask them to participate online in virtual classrooms, symphonies or museums. Best of all: Your children could use this time to record some family history.

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As much as we try to keep up with basic dusting, vacuuming and cleaning, we're simply going to miss some areas. There are some places in your home you may not have even thought to clean. Attention to these often-neglected areas can make your home feel cleaner, and you might even breathe easier afterwards. Lighting From lighting in the kitchen that collects dirt and grease that turns into a ...

Jack-o’-lanterns are a classic Halloween decoration, but keeping your carved creation lit up at night can be a pain. Regular candles burn out in rainy or windy conditions, can cause fires, and don’t keep your pumpkin as well preserved throughout October. That’s where these LED lights come in.

If you hate the look and feeling of a bulky key chain in your pocket, fumbling for keys at your front door, or the annoying jingle keys make in your bag or on your belt loop, this smartly designed key organizer should be at the top of your shopping list.

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