Jori Ayers

Jori Ayers is a Staff Writer at Grit Daily based in Tampa, Florida. She was formerly with the editorial team at Tampa Bay Parenting Magazine.

Don’t Forget To Take Care of Your Mental Health During Quarantine

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and during this time of uncertainty and the unknown during the pandemic, those who suffer from mental health are trying to cope with the new normal. Right now is a good time to take a step back and make sure that your mental health is a priority above all else, because without your mental health you won’t be able to finish daily tasks or take care of others. With the pandemic flooding our everyday lives, some fear that we may have a mental health...

Meat Shortages are Happening Across The US

Since the beginning of the pandemic, many things have been put on hold, shut down, canceled, and rescheduled. With the shutting down and closures of activities and places, there have also been concerns with shortage among standard necessities, and this has made some items difficult to get. Cleaning supplies and toilet paper have been a popular necessity that everyone is trying to get their hands on, but that’s not the only thing that’s having shortages. Now the country is facing...

Two Healthy Soup Recipies For Any Time of the Year

Working on building a healthy lifestyle and coming up with healthy food ideas can be difficult for anyone. Yes, it may be a challenge, but in life, all things come with a challenge. Eating healthy can be simple and easy as long as you look at as an exciting opportunity rather than a burden. These healthy soup recipes will help make that challenge a bit easier. Don’t let your mind take over and present unhappy thoughts about eating healthy, filter those negative thoughts out. Think about in the...

Health and Wellness Podcasts That Will Inspire You — Yes, Even In Quarantine

As we are all confined to our homes and are forced to come up with fun and entertaining things to occupy our time, getting used to this new normal has become something that everyone is trying to adjust to. We are all trying new things, maybe working out more and trying to keep up our sanity, health, and wellbeing. During this time, I have been making sure that my mental health is my top priority, along with my other things that I need to keep track of. Being stuck at home and seeing the same...

Publix Buys Excess Food from Struggling Farmers and Donates to Feeding America

The pandemic has led to many changes around the world. Activities, concerts, and vacations canceled, and many other events put on hold. This has to lead to everyone taking caution with whatever they do. Due to the pandemic, restaurants have been closed to the public and only allow delivery and pick up options and with this change, comes the decrease of farmers producing crops. With farmers being affected by the pandemic, the products are just sitting there and rotting since no one is buying...

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