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It's no secret: Zoom has become a regular player in our lives. This newer, popular way to communicate "face-to-face" has been used in a variety of ways, whether it's for a work meeting, virtual happy hour with friends, or otherwise. But as exciting as it is to see other people in a time where we have needed to literally keep to ourselves, Zoom can be exhausting and taxing in a way that's unfamiliar to many.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many couples have had to make difficult decisions about their special day—whether postponing their wedding by an entire year or shifting their plans to a smaller outdoor event (hopefully) in the months ahead.

I'll have to admit that when the stay-at-home orders were extended, I suddenly felt boredom settling in. Like many others, I've started a new hobby, finished a puzzle, baked banana bread (using this delicious recipe from our friends at Egypt Valley Country Club) and watched every show suggested by the West Michigan Woman team.

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