In This Issue
Living Well in the Panhandle Newsletter Editor
Washington and Holmes Counties
It definitely has been a HOT summer! As we approach the traditionally more active period of the hurricane season, now is a good time to check around your home for tree limbs and debris that could cause personal or property damage in a storm. Speaking of damage control, do you have adequate flood and windstorm insurance coverage on your home? This issue contains important information to help you assess your current coverage and resources to obtain additional insurance, if needed; this is especially critical if you own or rent property near the coast or in a flood-prone area.
Take a few moments to enjoy the beauty of a summer evening. Photo Credits: Nikki Enfinger, Washington County
With school resuming this month, many families will find their schedules filling up quickly with after-school practices, homework, and football games. In the busyness, don’t let your finances fall by the wayside! Check out Simplify Your Financial Life for tips for streamlining everyday money management tasks.
In this issue, we also have health, food safety, sustainability, and parenting information along with the next article in our Small Steps to Health and Wealth series.
We hope this issue provides you with helpful information to “Live Well in the Panhandle." For more information on these or other family and consumer topics, please contact your local UF/IFAS Extension Office.
Until next time!