One thing I learned years ago as a Florida resident running an online business is that I don’t want to stick around to see if a hurricane hits. Even close calls can result in days without electricity. And that’s kind of important in this business. Above all, I want to get your reports out to you on a timely basis with minimal delays.
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Consequently, I left South Florida on Friday and am now in Raleigh, North Carolina. My plan from here is to head southwest to Atlanta on Tuesday, and then south on Wednesday to arrive back home in West Palm that night.
I’m hoping for the best for all residents of the Southeast US. God help the poor folks in the Bahamas who weren’t able to leave ahead of the storm.
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