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  • Handling Holiday Gift Shortages
    by Joel Markel on November 29, 2021 at 2:53 pm

    Dear Joel, I’m working on my grandkids Christmas lists and I’m concerned about the stores not having enough items. Any suggestions? It is getting harder to find items in stores and online. Why not make this the year you and your grandkids work on a project together? Maybe you could both each grow a fast-growing […] The post Handling Holiday Gift Shortages appeared first on Jersey Shore Online. […]

  • Tales From The Packrat
    by Joel Markel on November 12, 2021 at 2:48 pm

    Dear Joel,             I’m a packrat, I’ll admit it. I have tried to get organized, but I am nagged by thinking I’m going to need something or that I will run out of something. Do you have any suggestions?             Try writing a date on some of the things you buy. You will be amazed […] The post Tales From The Packrat appeared first on Jersey Shore Online. […]

  • Dude, Where’s My Stuff?
    by Joel Markel on October 29, 2021 at 1:43 pm

    Dear Joel,             Why do some people take so long to return borrowed items? I’m always happy to share, but I needed a tool the other day, only to remember that it still hadn’t been returned. So, then I had to chase down my friend to get it back, and I wound up waiting another […] The post Dude, Where’s My Stuff? appeared first on Jersey Shore Online. […]

  • What Happened To The Dress Code?
    by Joel Markel on October 15, 2021 at 6:52 pm

    Dear Joel, I can’t believe how people dress! People used to go out shopping dressed very casually, but it seems like since the quarantine, things have only gotten worse. I see people going out in the most offensive outfits. Do you think things will ever return to civility? Answer: It sure does seem that lazy/casual […] The post What Happened To The Dress Code? appeared first on Jersey Shore Online. […]

  • Oh No, Not DRY Turkey!
    by Joel Markel on September 24, 2021 at 6:45 pm

    Dear Joel, My daughter-in-law is a terrible cook. She announced that she wants to do Thanksgiving this year, and we all just looked at each other. So how do we tell her we only need one turkey in the kitchen? Answer: Have an early Thanksgiving! Schedule a dry run for late October or early November […] The post Oh No, Not DRY Turkey! appeared first on Jersey Shore Online. […]