Like everything else in 2020, vacations took on a whole new dimension. One of the best places to visit in the United States are its national parks. Although they were affected by the pandemic, many where still open to the public. In the 2020 Issue of Fill In The Gap, Susan explains what it was like to visit the parks.
Do you have a plan for how to vacation? Do you have a routine vacation? In the current issue of Fill in the Gap Magazine Brenda Derrick gives great advice on planning your next vacation.
Check out the Fill In The Gap Magazine, Issue 2020 Vol 1
When George Floyd was murdered on live video, it changed many things. A mother explains to her school age children what all the racial tension is about. See her story in Fill In The Gap Magazine 2020 Vol 1
In the 2020 Issue of Fill In The Gap read the story of a woman who’s care for her family became a business. Barbara Berry found a need that she could fill during the pandemic.
You can read the full story in this year’s issue Fill in the Gap Issue 2020 Vol 1
Fill In the Gap Magazine is here!!This issue tells the story of what happened in 2020 through the voices of people who lived it. 2020 Issue of Fill In The Gap Magazine Vol 1
In this 2020 Issue, we examine what this year was mostly about. This is my favorite issue. 2020 Issue Vol 1
The pandemic is giving us more time with our inner thoughts. What is filling your head? What about your soul?
As you consume all of the things around you, how are they leaving you? Are you full? Are you empty?
The Bible tells us what we consume is what will come out of us in times of trouble.
I focused on feet. It was a trying day with me spending all day on the phone.
Giving my feet some love was the thing to do. I like this foot mask because the shea and oats deal with your dry skin. It also leaves them soft.
It is a good moment to be still, take weight off your feet and chill.
So on this day of the pandemic I tried this Aveeno mask. I like this one. It tingles (I guess the tingling makes me think it is working) it was easy to get on.
You can feel it drying, like one of those mud mask. By the time this pandemic is over I will have amazing skin or need a dermatologist. I figured I would spend the extra time doing things I normally dont have time for. (I mean when God gives you time, use it wisely)
The one thing I hate about these type of mask is that they are messy to take off. I am gonna mess up some towels.