Visit Naples & Marco Island from Home

Are you hanging in there… or barely hanging on? The worst part of the coronavirus pandemic is the uncertainty–not knowing how long the isolation will last and who the virus will affect. Let’s all take care of one another. 

We all need to remind ourselves to take it one day at a time instead of looking ahead to the weeks and months that lay ahead. I find it easier to focus on what I can control so it is easier to deal with the unknown.

Visit Naples, Marco Island and Everglades from Home

Since a trip to the grocery store may be the most traveling you’re doing right now, we have a new trip idea for you: Visit Naples, Marco Island and Everglades from the comfort of your home!

Running Out of Things to Read?

Is your TBR pile getting low? Rachel (aka the Booklist Queen) has read hundreds of books and posted comprehensive reviews on her website the Booklist Queen. Check out the list of the Best Books of Spring 2020 by the Booklist Queen. If nothing on that list winds your watch, check out other Booklist Queen book lists here

10 Free Quarantine Reads from University Press of Florida shared via Authentic FloridaYou can enjoy these ten “Quarantine Reads” for free on eReaders such as Kindle, Nook, and Kobo through April 30, 2020. To access any of these free eBooks, visit your favorite eBook retailer and navigate to the book of your choice.

Sending Florida Sunshine Your Way

To our northern friends, Spring is on its way but in the meantime, I’m sending some Florida sunshine your way and we’ll be saving you a spot in the sand for when it will be safe to travel. 

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Nita Ettinger is Co-publisher for Siesta Publications Inc. and the Editor in Chief for Must Do Visitor Guides. Must Do Visitor Guides provides Southwest Florida visitor information through printed magazines and the website Must Do magazines are published bi-annually and are available at no cost in Sarasota, Lee, and Collier County Chamber of Commerce, visitor information centers, select Southwest Florida hotels, and wherever free publications can be found.