Open Letter To Airbnb

An Open Letter To Airbnb

This article was originally posted on survivingtomorrow.org. We thought it was just as relevant to post and share for Sedona and the Verde Valley. Regardless of what your position is on Airbnb, this is a very important article to read and understand both sides of the coin of the Short Term Rental market globally. Sedona has transformed from a small town to a BOOMING Short Term Rental empire for those...

The 3 most popular vegetables to grow in a pandemic garden

“Sow the Seeds of Victory” was a phrase familiar to all Americans in early spring of 1917. We hadn’t yet entered “The Great War” that was ravaging our allies’ food supplies. All across Europe, “. . . agricultural workers were recruited into military service and farms were transformed into battlefields. As a result, the burden of feeding millions of starving people fell to the United...

Summer is on the way: Is your home ready?

Isn’t the internet amazing? The answer to just about any question you may have can be found with just a few key strokes. When we turned to the experts for advice on summer home maintenance, we were inundated with information – some of it downright silly. We agree with the contractor who reminded us that the heavy home maintenance comes in fall and that pre-summer tasks should deal only with those...

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Behind on your bills? Here’s what you need to do

It’s terrifying to suddenly find out that you’ll not be receiving another paycheck. It’s easy to go into panic mode, especially if you have others depending on you to keep the lights on and stomachs full. Across the country, utility companies are responding to the government shutdown by promising not to turn off their services when bills are overdue. Unemployment insurance checks can then go...

The COVID-19 scammers are out in full force: How to avoid becoming a victim

While the government shutdown has brought out the best in millions of Americans, there will always be those who seek to take advantage of any situation. Unfortunately, because government agencies charged with rooting out the scammers are closed, they’re finding it much easier to get away with their illegal hoaxes. Thanks to the folks at Equifax, the credit reporting agency, many of the more common...

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