Quarantine Blues Got You Down? New Website Solves That Problem Just Like Isaac Newton Did

KC Craichy

Nutrition and Natural Health Expert and Founder/CEO of Living Fuel

The Isaac Newton Project website give people free resources to bring hope and help during these trying times.

ORLANDO, FLORIDA, USA, April 8, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Reflecting on how mathematician, physicist, astronomer and theologian Isaac Newton handled a similar self-quarantine back in the 1600s was the inspiration for a new website titled The Isaac Newton Project. This website offers hope and help for those struggling during these times of isolation.

In his 1993 book, “Don't Waste Your Sorrows”, author Paul Billheimer makes the point that it’s not the mere presence of anxiety, fear, pain, or suffering, but how a person reacts to it which determines one’s trajectory of personal growth through anxieties and difficulties. Billheimer encourages people not to waste their sorrows, but to use them as a catapult to launch them into significant personal growth.

The current pandemic provides just such an opportunity for all of us today. What will we do with our current sorrows? Use them and our unexpected free time to personally grow, or waste them by trying to forget them through diversions such as bingeing on Movies and TV series, which only provide temporary relief?

Two friends, KC Craichy (livingfuel.com), and Fred Markert (ascednmissions.com, highlandscollege.com) decided to partner to try to help people by making it easier for them to use their time and sorrows wisely and most productively. They started calling their friends in well-known Christian ministries, organizations and churches around America, asking them to unite around the idea of giving their life-giving and enriching resources to the public for free. The Isaac Newton Project was born.

Isaac Newton was at Trinity College in Cambridge in 1665 when The Great Plague hit England. It was the final round of the Black Death, also known as the Bubonic plague, which originated in China in 1331 and which had been ravaging England in what historians call the Second Pandemic. Cambridge shut down because of the pandemic, and Isaac Newton had to go home where he was “sheltering in place” and practicing “social distancing” for the next two years until the Pandemic ended. It became the most productive time in his life! During those two years he discovered the Laws of Gravity, Optics, and Motion, and developed Calculus as well. Suffice it to say, Newton grabbed the opportunity that the Second Pandemic offered him of having time on his hands and being isolated to lay many of the foundations of modern science.

The Isaac Newton Project developed a non-commercial website (www.theisaacnewtonproject.com) where anyone can go to find both comfort during this difficult season, and the resources to help them in their personal growth — as well as some wholesome entertainment. Organizations such as the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association provide a 24/7 prayer line for people dealing with their anxieties and fears. At a time when experts believe domestic violence will increase, XO Marriage is providing their “Marriage Survival Guide”, marriage podcasts, and other materials to help marriages thrive instead. Pastor Chris Hodges of Church Of The Highlands, the second largest church in America, and Andrew Wommack and his Charis Bible College are freely providing life-enhancing teaching and messages that will help people develop spiritually. NBA star Allan Houston, who played for the New York Knicks, and who is now focusing on Leadership, Mentorship, and Discipleship, is freely giving away his book, “The Fundamentals Of Life: Life In 3D”. For those suddenly wrestling with Homeschooling, Flexible Homeschool is providing free access to its Flexible Homeschool scheduling app. People can also visit the site to inject some much-needed laughter into their lives by watching stand-up comedian Tim Hawkins, and movies such as “Pilgrim’s Progress”.

Right now, more than 40 significant organizations are on the Isaac Newton Project website, and another 40 will be added this week. New organizations, influencers, and content will continue to be added daily during this time of social distancing, including: suicide hotlines, free college-level courses, gifted teachers on virtually every subject in our lives, leadership, mentoring, and entertainment.

In this time of anxiety, fear, political and social division, and uncertainty, it’s inspiring to see such a large variety of significant organizations coming together in unity to freely provide materials and resources for the people of America. Let’s imitate Isaac Newton and use our time wisely and productively during this trying time in our country, because time is a non-renewable resource.
The author is director of YWAM Ascend (ascendmissions.com) and serves at Highlands College (highlandscollege.com). He can be reached at fred.markert@ywamascend.com or fred@churchofthehighlands.com

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Successful Investor Randal Gindi Announces Academic Scholarship Campaign

Randal Gindi has witnessed firsthand the devastating effects of COVID-19 and wishes to provide financial aid to those currently pursuing higher learning.

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, April 8, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Entrepreneur and Lead Investor of various real estate projects, Randal Gindi, is pleased to announce the launch of his Academic Scholarship Campaign for students pursuing formal education in the United States or Canada.

With the current circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, many families are struggling to remain financially stable, and while post-secondary institutions are now operating remotely, students will still need to make regular tuition payments.

Therefore, Randal is looking to help students alleviate the financial burden that comes with obtaining formal education.
To apply, individuals must complete an online application and submit a 750-word essay detailing how the Coronavirus pandemic has impacted their daily life and what steps they are taking to remain safe during this quarantine. Randal also requires students to provide an idea to help encourage other individuals to stay at home during this time.

Randal will be awarding three scholarships in total, in the amounts of $500, $750, and $1,500 USD.
Candidates must submit proof of enrollment, alongside all required documentation. No program restrictions apply.
The official launch date of Randal’s scholarship is set to sometime in late April and the program is expected to run until the end of June. Applicants will have until June to complete the application process. For more information on the Randal Gindi Academic Scholarship Campaign and to apply, please visit: https://randalgindischolarship.com

About Randal Gindi

Randal Gindi obtained his bachelor's degree from New York University before entering the business landscape. After acquiring years of experience from working at his father's retail store and partnering with his brother in the operation of a health and beauty aids business, Randal eventually ventured out on his own and began investing. Now a successful real estate investor, Randal is always looking for new opportunities, and attributes much of his success to hard work and his keen eye for market trends.

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American Distilling Institute Names 2020 “Best-in-Class” Rum Produced by Next Century Spirits

ADI recognized Raleigh-based technology and spirits company, Next Century Spirits, as producer of the “Best-in-Class” Rum 2020 today.

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA, USA, April 8, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The American Distilling Institute (ADI) recognized Raleigh-based technology and spirits company, Next Century Spirits, as producer of the “Best-in-Class” Rum 2020 today. Next Century Spirits received three awards from the 2020 Judging of Craft Spirits hosted by ADI, which is the oldest and largest trade association dedicated to craft distilling in the world. The competition was well attended with over 1,300 spirit samples judged representing 16 countries throughout five continents; Next Century Spirits outperformed 85 entrants participating in the rum category.

Next Century Spirits aged Exalted Rum is a “Traditional, Caribbean style rum made in the Virgin Islands, aged in second fill barrels for subtle, toasted oak and vanilla nuances, layered onto overtones of caramelized banana, ripe mango, fresh pineapple, and toasted coconut,” said Nick Scarff, Master Blender of Next Century Spirits. Judges of ADI noted the rum’s well-made distillate offering a pleasant floral aroma with a clean entry mixed with a toasty taste.

“As a technology-based company, our team values innovation of spirits distilling without sacrificing traditional tastes as we serve clients around the world with our technology,” said Scott Bolin, CEO of Next Century Spirits. “This achievement to take home ‘Best-of-Class Rum’ was made possible by the dedication of our inventive team whose passion to curate top flavor profiles is evident.”

ADI competitions offer rigorous requirements for spirits to be considered for award recognition. An expert panel of spirit judges blindly tastes and evaluates each registered spirit without receiving information about the producer. ADI provides a holistic reflection of the spirit’s quality by combining each judge's numerical scores and a facilitating discussion on which medal should or should not be awarded.

To see a complete list of 2020 Judging of Craft Spirits winners, visit the American Distilling Institute. For information about Next Century Spirits, visit NextCenturySpirits.com. For media inquiries, contact Yolanda Castillo, yocastillo@nextcenturyspirits.com.

About Next Century Spirits

Next Century Spirits blends together traditional distilling techniques with advanced and unique finishing technologies to create enhanced spirits. Our patented processing technology allows traditional distillers to expand their repertoire of achievable flavors and aromas. The technology allows for tight control over the production process, maintaining consistency and high quality resulting in the ability to create bold, complex flavor profiles for spirits used in everything from craft brands to large, bulk blends.

Our creations have been recognized internationally at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition, London Spirits Competition, New York International Spirits Competition, Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America, International Spirits Challenge, Pr%f Awards, Sip Awards, USA Spirits Ratings, Ultimate Spirits Challenge and most recently the American Distiller Institute.

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Good News from the Chldren's Book Council

Good deeds around the country and at home activity resources.

NEW YORK, NY, US, April 8, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Children's Book Council staff has collected some recent news items showing Americans doing good deeds for their fellow citizens.

Bookstores, librarians and teachers are all working hard to help parents and kids through these times with fun resources to supplement school work.

30 chldren's book illutrators have created original art for at home activity pages in the form of bookmarks, coloring pages and more. These resources were requested by Every Child a Reader, the Children's Book Council 501c3 charitable arm.

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80Bites 'The Dancers Diet' now on Amazon

80Bites The Dancer’s Diet

How Food Scarcity will Effect Weight Loss

NEW YORK, NY, US, April 8, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — A modern, yet decades old diet known as 80Bites The Dancers Diet is the solution for our new normal. This program is the antidote for a grossly over-indulging wellness industry which brainwashes ‘dieters’ to restrict complete categories of food while glorifying “superfoods.” In an easy to follow e-book, 80Bites teaches how to “shrink” the stomach container by low quantity eating.

Instead of sitting in front of a TV all day to watch the same Covid-19 news, why not utilize the toolkit in this book to learn how much you consume per day. The Dancers Diet is a scientifically informed diet for losing pounds by learning How Much to Eat. This is not another diet based on manipulating nutrients as in “eat unlimited quantities from Group 1 and only two from Groups B but only eat from Group C if it is raining in Bermuda on a Thursday.” All diets for the past 50 years have convinced the public that nutrient manipulations override quantities. The reason is obvious: Eat less is not “good” for our over-consuming economy. This tenet no longer matters since the economy is a mess like our poor bodies. And even those who are not carrying extra weight will need to learn how to eat less while consuming the same number of calories.

Deborah Wingert, ballet teacher and former Balanchine dancer, explains: “No matter what “diet” …. Keto/ Paleo/ Vegetarian or Vegan, the amount of food consumed is key.” This program with 30 years of results has been previously available from Registered Dieticians and for Pilates Professionals through the PhysicalMind Institute. This e-book will teach how to train your stomach to feel full on less food and why that is the easiest solution. 80Bites is about the physical stomach and hormones. Calories counting represents an over-simplification of a very complicated digestive and endocrinal process. The science is clear: the stomach container shrinks, and your hormones rebalance. This is why, when a person who weighs 450 pounds has stomach reduction surgery, (bariatric surgery), their diabetes disappears in a few days. Though they may still weigh 200 plus pounds too many, their insulin levels have stabilized. The public has been assaulted with dietary manipulations and pseudo-science because this “grows” dieting/exercise businesses. But the ‘wellness’ consumers grow too! Even Intermittent Fasting does not train the stomach—it just confines overeating and often lead to a Binge and Purge cycle. Every diet has failed, people have played Russian roulette by harming their bodies, and none of it works.

In just 12 steps, you learn how to eat—not what. By focusing only on less for one week, you will feel totally different. You eat what you want—not what some Wellness type dictates because she likes it– and gradually your stomach shrinks. You save money. Tune up your stomach muscles and those gluttony based All You Can Eat places will be unappetizing and painful. The link between stomach size and hormone imbalances has been hidden from the public. Cortisol and insulin and now leptin and ghrelin. Our new normal will require eating less—not obsessing over nutrients which are often lacking anyway. In this crisis atmosphere, restrictive diets won’t be possible. Eating sanely can be your salvation for now and the future.

The 80Bites e-book is the solution to the obesity epidemic. Let’s make lemonade from the Covid-19 lemon. At the end of this pandemic, we should have shrunk our bodies and dropped some of the billions of extra pounds that weigh on us. Never has there been a better time to rethink your eating habits from the ground up. 80Bites will be a beacon in that regard. The E-book is 107 pages: 14 TEACHING Videos; Forget Calories … Hormones Rule Book; and Articles to explain why 50% of us are obese.

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Mississippi US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate Urges a Navy Veteran With Mesothelioma in Mississippi to Call Them For Direct Access to Attorney Erik Karst of Karst von Oiste-Demand Better Compensation

"Erik Karst of the law firm Karst von Oiste makes house calls in Mississippi for in home meeting with a person with mesothelioma to give them an idea of what their compensation might look like.”

— Mississippi US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI , USA, April 8, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Mississippi US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate is urging a Navy Veteran or person with mesothelioma anywhere in Mississippi or the family members to call 800-714-0303 for direct access to attorney Erik Karst for an explanation of how the mesothelioma compensation claims process works and to set up an appointment to discuss mesothelioma compensation. Attorney Erik Karst and his colleagues at the law firm if Karst von Oiste are fulltime mesothelioma and asbestos exposure lawyers-and they are responsible for over a billion dollars in financial compensation for people like this.

What makes attorney Erik Karst of the law firm Karst von Oiste is he makes house calls anywhere in Mississippi for a face to face meeting with a person with mesothelioma to give them an idea of what their mesothelioma compensation might look like and he typically can discuss if a portion of the compensation can be expedited. Meeting directly with attorney Erik Karst is a much better deal than a 'free' booklet about mesothelioma. For direct access to attorney Erik Karst of Karst von Oiste please call 800-714-0303. www.karstvonoiste.com/

The US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate is also offering the following free services for a Navy Veteran with mesothelioma in Mississippi or nationwide.

* “We will assist with VA Disability payments.”

* “We will assist a Navy Veteran with mesothelioma to get organized about how, where and when they were exposed to asbestos. We call this service the ‘list’ and it is this information that becomes the basis for a mesothelioma compensation claim as we would like to discuss at 800-714-0303.” https://Mississippi.USNavyMesothelioma.Com

Coronavirus/COVID-19 update for Navy Veterans with confirmed mesothelioma from the US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate: “We are extremely concerned that a Navy Veteran with mesothelioma will not begin the mesothelioma compensation process because of the Coronavirus/COVID-19 or they will reach out to a local car accident attorney who has little to no experience doing mesothelioma compensation claims for Navy Veterans. We have endorsed attorney Erik Karst the founding partner of the law firm of Karst von Oiste to ensure a Navy Veteran with mesothelioma receives the best possible compensation results nationwide. Erik Karst is one of the nation’s leading mesothelioma attorneys and he will know exactly how to help you or your loved one. For direct access to attorney Erik Karst managing partner of the law firm of Karst von Oiste please call 800-714-0303.” www.karstvonoiste.com/

The Mississippi US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate offers their free services to US Navy Veterans with mesothelioma in Jackson, Gulfport, Southaven, Hattiesburg, Biloxi, Tupelo or anywhere in Mississippi. www.karstvonoiste.com/

For the best possible mesothelioma treatment options in Mississippi the Mississippi US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate strongly recommends the following heath care facility with the offer to help a diagnosed victim, or their family get to the right physicians at this hospital:

* University of Mississippi Medical Center Jackson, Mississippi:

About one third of all US citizens diagnosed with mesothelioma each year are Veterans of the US Navy. Before a Navy Veteran with mesothelioma or their family retain the services of a lawyer or law firm they are urged to call the US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate anytime at 800-714-0303. https://USNavyMesothelioma.Com

The states with the highest incidence of mesothelioma include Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Louisiana, Washington, and Oregon.

However, based on the calls the US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma advocate receives a US Navy Veteran diagnosed with mesothelioma could live in any state including New York, Florida, California, Texas, New Hampshire, Vermont, Iowa, Indiana, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Arizona, Idaho, or Alaska. www.karstvonoiste.com/

For a listing of various classes of US Navy ships or submarines please visit the US Navy website on this topic: http://www.navy.mil/navydata/our_ships.asp.

For more information about mesothelioma please refer to the National Institutes of Health’s web site related to this rare form of cancer: https://www.cancer.gov/types/mesothelioma.

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Natalie Franke and Jeff Alholm Discuss the Loneliness Epidemic and Changing the World with Fotis Georgiadis

Jeff Alholm, co-founder and CEO of Digital Aerolus, Inc

Jeff Alholm, co-founder and CEO of Digital Aerolus, Inc

Natalie Franke, Head of Community at HoneyBook and co-founder of the Rising Tide

Natalie Franke, Head of Community at HoneyBook and co-founder of the Rising Tide

Crisscrossing the globe, the loneliness epidemic is a serious issue. Mathematics changing the world.

One of my guiding principles is ‘don’t do anything that other people are doing.”

— Seymour Cray, father of supercomputing

GREENWICH, CT, USA, April 8, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Fotis Georgiadis, owner of the blog by his namesake, is a branding and image consultant specialist with a robust background and is a visionary interviewer. With a knack for pulling out a well-rounded interview, not only covering cutting edge technologies and corporate directions but also bringing out the personal side of the interviewee.

When it comes to making your mark with a brand, look no further than Fotis Georgiadis. His expertise attracts people from all walks of life. Building upon an existing platform, or tearing it down and starting from scratch, he can get the job done.

Fotis Georgiadis recently sat down with Jeff Alholm and Natalie Franke, an excerpt of each is available below with links to the full interviews.

Jeff Alholm, co-founder and CEO of Digital Aerolus, Inc
Which principles or philosophies have guided your life? Your career?

Seymour Cray was of the fathers of supercomputing, and his philosophy has shaped my work. I identify with Seymour in many ways.

Cray was from Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. He loved to sail, and he built his own sailboats. At the end of every summer, rather than storing his sailboat for the winter, Cray would burn his boat, and then spend the winter creating a new and better one in his workshop; at least that is often repeated story. He insisted on looking forward, living in the present and not in the past. It can be tempting to live by looking in the rearview mirror or by comparing to others, but like Seymour I find these approaches to be unproductive.

Seymour Cray was soft-spoken and he valued his midwestern roots. But that did not stop him from always trying to find a radically different approach to solving a problem. Cray said: “One of my guiding principles is ‘don’t do anything that other people are doing.’”

Back in the early days, one of Child’s founders shoved Alan Kay’s Ph.D. dissertation into my hands and instructed me to read and memorize Kay’s “Dynabook.” In 1972, the Dynabook dissertation proposed an advanced tablet computer system that was nonetheless simple enough for a child to understand. My boss instructed me to dedicate my life to fulfilling its promise. Especially within my work developing, Wi-Fi and smartphones, I believe, have contributed to that vision.

Kay wrote, “The best way to predict the future is to invent it.”. I took that concept to heart, and I continue to let it guide my work and my life.

Ok. Let’s now move to the main focus of our interview. Can you tell us about your “Big Idea That Might Change the World”?

At Digital Aerolus, we’ve created something radically new: a framework for navigation and autonomous behaviors designed for vehicles that move, fly, or swim.

The framework has two components: first, we’ve reinvented the underlying mathematics. We believe that our Folded Geometry Code represents an entirely new calculus for managing platform movement in translational and rotational space. FGC is especially effective when platforms move in constantly changing environments, encounter emerging obstacles or threats, and must manage reams of dynamic data from an array of sensors. Secondly, we designed our overarching autonomous system we call the Mind of Motion Framework to use this calculus. We based MMF on models of how the human mind works, and it manages moving platforms in a more predictive, less reactive way.

In the early days of an emerging technology industry, it’s typical to try to “force-fit” existing technologies towards solving a new problem. Autonomous mobility has been no exception to this. Here at Digital Aerolus, we instead took a step a step back to examine the first principle fundamentals, and to look for ways to navigate in 3-D space that extend and transcend the traditional approaches.

The industrial drones we created to capitalize FGC and MMF are turning heads today. They fly semi-autonomously, and navigate stably and predictably with minimal drift, without using GPS, optical flow, LIDAR, or other externally referencing sensors. As we add external sensors, FGC and MMF manage all inputs and project probabilities — processing like a human mind does. FGC and MMF seamlessly fuse various inputs to map them in our multi-dimensional mathematical space.

Our team has worked hard to design these systems and invent these technologies. We protect them with patents, and we’re proud they’re now serving our customers in the marketplace. Be sure to read the complete fascinating interview here.

Natalie Franke, Head of Community at HoneyBook and co-founder of the Rising Tide
Can you share the most interesting story that happened to you since you started your career?

Yes! We just wrapped up a very exciting project at HoneyBook — my husband and I sold our house to go on a road trip across the country and meet with small business owners from coast-to-coast (all with our 9-month old in tow!).

As Head of Community at HoneyBook, finding opportunities to connect with creative entrepreneurs is essential. The more we know about the people we are trying to serve, the better we can support them. And I thought, what better way to connect with the community than to hit the road and meet them where they are.

But this wasn’t the only reason for the trip. When I was 28 I had surgery to remove a benign brain tumor and at this very vulnerable time in my life, the creative community was there to lift me up. They had my back personally and professionally without question. I knew that when I was well again, there was more that I could do to give back.

So for two months we travelled across the country to host meetups In 14 major US cities. At each stop I was reminded of how powerful human connection is. By coming together as a community we can help each other overcome challenges, celebrate wins and, most importantly, fight the epidemic of loneliness that so many small business owners face.

Are you working on any exciting new projects now? How do you think that will help people?

We’ve always got something up our sleeve, but I’m particularly excited about our latest feature launch. We just released the HoneyBook scheduling tool which helps business owners schedule client meetings two-times faster.

We know that for service providers, meeting with their clients is an essential part of their business. In fact, those that meet with prospective clients are 40 percent more likely to book them. But we also know that scheduling meetings is time consuming; many business owners spend more than two hours a week sending emails with their clients to schedule a meeting. That’s a lot of time that could be spent on something more valuable like practicing their craft or spending time with family.

That’s why the scheduling tool is so powerful. It eliminates the email back-and-forth and gives business owners their time back. In doing so we’re literally delivering on our mission to help freelancers spend more time doing what they love.

Is there a person in the world, or in the US with whom you would love to have a private breakfast or lunch with, and why?

Brené Brown, I’m deeply inspired by her ability to combine research and emotional intelligence to inspire!

Can you share with our readers a bit why you are an authority about the topic of the Loneliness Epidemic?

Simply because I’ve lived it. Freelancing for seven years brought with it a lot of joy, but also a lot of loneliness. It was this experience that inspired me to found the Rising Tide and which led me to build community at HoneyBook.

And with 35% of Americans freelancing today, we can safely say that loneliness is prevalent across the US. It’s crucial that we acknowledge its existence if we ever want to overcome it.

Through my journey of freelancing, being diagnosed with a brain tumor, and my current role at HoneyBook, I have experienced the power of relationships deeper than ever before. I am now focused on motivating others to invest in their community and overcome the loneliness epidemic. The rest of the interview can be seen on Fotis Georgiadis' website here.

When you are looking to rebuild a brand or take an existing one to the next level, be sure to speak with Fotis Georgiadis to get your project on the road quickly.

About Fotis Georgiadis
Fotis Georgiadis is the founder of DigitalDayLab. Fotis Georgiadis is a serial entrepreneur with offices in both Malibu and New York City. He has expertise in marketing, branding and mergers & acquisitions. Fotis Georgiadis is also an accomplished VC who has successfully concluded five exits. Fotis Georgiadis is also a contributor to Authority Magazine, Thrive Global & several others.

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The Financial Irresponsibility of Americans is Coming to a Head During the Time of Coronavirus

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Only 40 percent of Americans can afford an unexpected $1,000 expense with their savings.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, April 8, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — In major cities like Boston, New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, restaurants and businesses have been ordered to close. For many hourly workers, this means no paychecks in the coming weeks. Almost one in five Americans have already lost their jobs or have reduced hours. At the same time, salaried workers are concerned about job security, as mass layoffs at numerous companies loom. While the situation is understandably stressful for every person affected, it serves as a sobering reminder that Americans must learn to live within their means and regularly save money.

The current panic is refocusing us on what is important. We now stockpile the things necessary for our health. Smartphones, fancy televisions, and restaurant meals are usually luxuries rather than necessities. Living within our means is not just rhetoric. It is a means of guarding ourselves during times like these. We have so much to learn from those who came before us. How many of our grandparents fared the austerity of the World Wars and the Great Depression, discovering to save, mend, and repair?

It is not only low income and middle-income earners who blow through their paychecks every month. Many high-income earners also live above their means. Indeed, at least a quarter of households making $150,000 and above live paycheck to paycheck. Our fiscal irresponsibility means that when an unexpected crisis like the one today hits, Americans are unable to sustain their own families, even for a short time.

So, politicians from both parties urge the federal government to step in and dole out checks to everyone across the country. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has announced that the administration wants to send checks to citizens totaling $1,200 per adult and $500 per child, with another round of assistance to follow if the pandemic continues.

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Gheorghe Virtosu undertaking significant projects only, starting 2020

Virtosu Art Gallery pic1

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Gheorghe Virtosu

Gheorghe Virtosu

Modern Pollination

Modern Pollination

Gheorghe Virtosu undertaking significant projects only, starting 2020

Suffering is sometimes what it feels like to be human. We don’t grow despite it, but through it. So it’s more of a thanksgiving than a deposition.”

— Gheorghe Virtosu

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, April 8, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Starting 2020, Gheorghe Virtosu will be undertaking significant projects only, the artist announced at a press conference at Park Lane, Four Seasons Hotel London. The artist made a promise to handle all of the outstanding orders by December 2020.

Virtosu Fine Art is a premier fine art design and consulting gallery that specializes in curating artwork for corporate, residential, hospitality, retail, and healthcare, as well as government assignments.

The Artist

Over the last two years, Virtosu's artworks have become a significant contribution to museum collections, securing their significance. Every image in Virtosu's repertoire resonates with a sense of progression in time through diversity, delicacy, and depth of tone, variation in color, and the emotion conveyed by its maker.

When asked: "Why are Virtosu paintings worth so much when there is such a large volume of his work?"

Alina Livneva, the Art Director, said: "Indeed the artist created 3500 works so far and is far from retreating. However, after the announcement that he will undertake only major projects starting in 2020, the signal was seen as a limitation, raising the Virtosu market price tag. 100 % of Virtosu's works are in private hands, and no auction placements have been registered so far. It seems people are not keen on selling. Modern Pollination (2016) was the last private sale in 2019 at the disclosed price of $4.2 mln".

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Country Artist Simone Reyes Releases “Call Me Crazy” (the Patsy Cline Song) as a Love Letter to Military Widows

Simone Reyes " Call Me Crazy" (The Patsy Cline Song)

Simone Reyes ” Call Me Crazy” (The Patsy Cline Song)

Still from " Call Me Crazy"

Still from ” Call Me Crazy”

Simone Reyes Channels Patsy Cline

Simone Reyes Channels Patsy Cline

Simone Reyes releases “Call Me Crazy” (The Patsy Cline song) playing homage to military widows, with a nod to Patsy Cline

The video for “Call Me Crazy” is my love letter to all military wives but particularly to those who have become military widows. I want them to know we see them, honor them and we thank them”

— Simone Reyes

LOS ANGELES , CA, USA, April 8, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — New Country Artist Simone Reyes Releases Single/Video for “Call Me Crazy” (the Patsy Cline Song) as a Love Letter to Military Widows

“Call Me Crazy” (The Patsy Cline song) plays homage to military widows, with a nod to Patsy Cline (whose husband Charlie Dick served in the US Army) and her song “ Crazy” . With news that President Trump activated the National Guards of California, New York and Washington to aid in the support of the novel coronavirus pandemic relief effort, the US military has made international headlines. Many active-duty personnel and reservists stationed around the world may not have the luxury to be quarantined with their families. All members of the US armed forces accept the risk that when deployed around the globe some may never return home which led Simone Reyes to reflect creatively on those who are left behind when a spouse makes the ultimate sacrifice for their country. "Call Me Crazy' depicts such a scenario in the new single's video illustrating the deep love and loss suffered by gold star widows.

“Call Me Crazy" was written by Simone Reyes and Kenneth Compton and produced / arranged by Scott McClatchy. The song's lyrics play tribute to the legendary country singer, Patsy Cline’s hit “Crazy”written by Willie Nelson and the accompanying video, shot by Kerry Porter of Frontman Media, showcases Patsy Cline inspired westernwear. Playing the lead in the video is Bradly Monclova who is a USMC veteran.

“As a Native New Yorker, I felt relieved when I heard that the National Guard was heading to New York to help with the Coronavirus crisis but was well aware that those brave men and women were leaving family behind to serve. This led me to contemplate those in our military who never got the chance to return home. The video for “Call Me Crazy” is my love letter to military widows. I want them to know we see them, honor them and we thank them.” – Simone Reyes

Simone Reyes was recruited fresh out of high school by Def Jam founders Russell Simmons and Rick Rubin to work at Def Jam Recordings Simone Reyes has lived and breathed hip hop her whole life. Reyes has been immersed in urban culture and the business of molding rappers into hip hop royalty for years as Russell Simmons' number one, and has been at his side as he built an empire under the Rush Communications umbrella that included Def Jam Recordings, Phat Farm, Def Comedy Jam, SLBG, Def Pictures and many other companies- even appearing in Beastie Boys videos and starring in Simmons' reality show " Running Russell Simmons." However, even as a Native New Yorker, her passion has always flowed toward the unlikely genre of country music, songs that could always be heard playing behind her office doors much to the chagrin of co-workers. When Simmons took an extended leave to Bali to write his autobiography, Reyes finally had the opportunity to focus on her own passion- writing music and singing country music.

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” Call Me Crazy” ( The Patsy Cline Song ) – Simone Reyes

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