In this current Pandemic and with the rising social movements, we know it is even more crucial to support local businesses at this time. The economy has majorly been suffering and although our world is facing major issues, we know that we all love our community and the people that keep it running! Louisville is a wonderful place because it has the intimacy of a small town with the activities and accessibility of a big city. We are so lucky to live and work in this town and it is so devastating to see job loss and business closings. Below you will find a compiled list of my favorite 10 local restaurants and 5 local retail businesses that we can all show some extra love to during this time!
A delicious BBQ restaurant with southern sides, cocktails, + more! Located in NULU.
2. Highland Morning
A yummy brunch spot where you would be proud to take out-of-towners!
3. Home Run Burgers and fries
Can never go wrong with a good burger! The type of place you never leave hungry and always hits the spot!
4. Le Moo Steakhouse
An amazing food spot no matter what time of the day! They also have entertainment with scheduled shows...
As we navigate through this strange time where we are wondering about the future of school, sports, and everything else in between, we know that we have to make the most of this time regardless. Especially for our kids, these are impressionable and crucial years for them. The transition of learning at home was not necessarily easy for anyone last school year. However, we can be more prepared for virtual learning this year since we know it is coming. Below is a compromised list of tips to make this school year the best it can be. One day we will be back in classrooms full time and not have to be dissapointed from cancellations, postponed events, and everything else that Covid-19 has caused. But until that day, let’s stay positive for our children, and make this school year as fun and fulfilling as it can be!
1. Have a strict schedule.
Just like a typical school day would have, there has to be serious structure in order for your child to be as productive as possible. Try to make the home schedule reflect a typical school day as much as possible, including a scheduled lunch break and “recess” or play time each day. Also, making a visual chart that has due dates and zoom schedules could go far!
2. Have designated school areas set aside in your home.
It is really challenging for a child to have to differentiate school time in the place where they have play time. Having areas set aside as their new school desk space will be helpful in mentally preparing them to get work...