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june 30

Your July Reading List
is here

Looking for Something to Read this Summer?

These are my reading picks to enjoy reading through July. I hope you enjoy them along with other reading options through Sno-Isle Libraries which is offering contact-free pick up and return of physical library materials. All online services and resources continue to be available. No in-library services are available at this time. sno-isle.org

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get the most out of your furniture

Get The Most Out Of Your Furniture

10 Basic Rules for a pull together look in any room of your home

There are so many ways to fill a room but where do you start? I’ve complied 10 simple tips to help you pull together any room whether its filled with furniture or not. These tips will help determine where to put things, where not to put things and help you decided what is important and what’s not...

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Your June Reading List

Looking for Something to Read this Summer?

These binge-able titles will keep you engrossed with reading through June. KCLS is planning a phased return to in-library services when it will be safe to do so. Until then, take advantage of their expanded collection of eBooks, audiobooks, streaming movies and TV, and online programming at kcls.org

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How to Rediscover Happiness

Are You Feeling Extreme Loss During This Time of Hardship?

At this uncertain time, when many are feeling an extreme loss of control,  shifting your mindset and even discovering happiness can change your expectations as things go forward. Many factors play into why we are feeling the way we do right now. Not only with the pandemic but with the equality of our country.

Although many people think the key to happiness is their level of productivity, science finds the opposite is true: Increasing your happiness will actually boost your productivity. It’s important to seek positivity in the midst of a pandemic and beyond...

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Ways to Stretch Your Unemployment Benefits

If you’ve been laid off, here’s how to make your money last:

Even if unemployment benefits can cover bills right now, workers should prepare to make changes to their budget and their lifestyle.

MORE THAN 36 MILLION Americans have filed for unemployment benefits since mid-March. While the government is providing a $600 per week boost to the benefits of eligible workers, that extra money only lasts until July 31. Plus, it may not be enough to bridge the gap for some workers...

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