Here are 5 things you should know.
1. You are entitled to a refund if an airline cancels your ticket. Not a voucher or credit, it will be a refund.
An experience shared: “I spent all day on the phone talking to Spirit Airlines, which is notoriously bad with customer service. They’ve canceled Northeast flights and I wanted my money back. The service member working with me refused to refund me several times until I did the research and quoted the US Department of Transportation, whose website says, “if your flight is canceled and you choose to cancel your trip as a result, you are entitled to a refund for the unused transportation.” I also threatened to have my credit card company dispute the charge. Know your rights!”
US Department of Transportation website includes a link for consumer complaints for airlines that aren’t honoring this regulation: https://www.transportation.gov/individuals/aviation-consumer-protection/refunds
2. If you’re using Libby to borrow ebooks and audiobooks from your library, you should also “return early” when you’re done, so someone else can gain access sooner.
On Libby, go to – Shelf – Manage Loan – Return Early – Return
3. There are multiple websites that give you recipes based on what ingredients you have on hand.
You enter all the ingredients you have in your house and the sites give you a list of recipes you can make using those ingredients, super useful right now, use what you have and stay home as much as possible!
Some of them are:
4. Never mix Ammonia and bleach
Ammonia and bleach are both common cleaning agents in everyday households. But mixing them together as it turns out creates chlorine gas. For those who don’t know chlorine gas was a chemical weapon used in WWI.
Don’t mix bleach and Ammonia.
Be Safe! Be Home!