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How Professional Truckers Can Take Vacations
When you are feeling stressed, taking some time off can be a great way to relax, wind down, and reset. Some folks wonder why a trucker would want to travel on vacation when they are routinely gone "seeing the country" as part of their job. Well the answer is clear—the commercial vehicle is simply not an RV. And when trucks are out running, there is barely enough time in a day to complete regularly dispatched loads, much less make time for scenic detours and vacations. In addition, sightseeing is not the same when your family or friends are not with you.
Every year we appreciate truck drivers, and not just for one week. We understand how difficult the job can be, and never has that been more true than 2020. The entire industry has gone above and beyond for our communities, and we just want you to know that we appreciate you today and always.
With summer in full swing, it is prime vacation season. But as you consider taking time away from work, the thought of disconnecting completely can be daunting or even seem impossible. This can be especially true if you are a business owner or hold a leadership role at your workplace. But regardless of your role, everyone needs a break every now and then to disconnect and enjoy both physical and mental time away from work.
It is important to support small business all the time, but especially during this trying time. Here are a few things you can do to help small businesses.
Laundry day can be daunting. The dirty clothes all in one pile, sorting them into multiple piles, and then having to remember to flip it. Let’s not even talk about folding the clothes. The tasks go on and on. One thing you don’t want to deal with on laundry day is a dirty washing machine.
When the snow flies and trails open, snowmobile season has arrived! If you are a snowmobiler, here are some tips to stay safe while enjoying the white outdoors.

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