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Protecting What Is Most Important

November is Child Safety and Protection Month. This powerful issue raises many special thoughts in my mind. You insure and protect all of your assets—except your most important one, your children! If you don’t have life insurance for your kids, now is the time to invest for their future. I know this is the last […]

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November is National Child Safety & Protection Month

November is a time to be thankful for all of the blessings in our lives and for many of us; one of the biggest blessings is our children. This month is Child Safety and Protection Month. Take a few minutes to evaluate the safety of your home and update any safety needs. It is much […]

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Thank You to Our Veterans

I would like to take this opportunity to say “Thank You” to all the veterans who have served our country faithfully. We give extra thanks to those men and women who are currently serving our country in the armed forces and the families who support them. I am very proud of all the servicemen and […]

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Overcoming Disappointment

Sometimes things don’t turn out the way we want. Plain and simple. In fact, I found myself disappointed earlier this week. Though the situation wasn’t a big letdown (a “first world problem” if you will), it still had me a little wound up inside. So, I decided to stop in the moment and actively reflect […]

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November is National Diabetes Month

I know during the busy holiday season, many of us like to focus on all the great holiday food that we’ll enjoy this Thanksgiving and Christmas. While some of us can eat worry free this season, those living with diabetes need to pay careful attention to what they indulge in. While November brings the yummy […]

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Don’t Forget to Fall Back Sunday!

This Sunday, November 1st, Daylight Saving Time comes to an end. Mark your calendar now to keep from being an hour early. When you set your clock back, it should be turned back one hour. The change will cause additional hour of light in the morning, an earlier sunset, and an extra hour of sleep […]

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5 Tips for Proper Gutter Maintenance When the Leaves Start Falling

As summer ends and fall begins, the leaves will quickly start falling. When they do, it is important that you are more aware than ever of the proper way of cleaning and maintaining gutters on your home. On average, gutters accumulate anywhere from 40-250+ pounds of debris per year! It’s important to make sure to […]

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September Is Life Insurance Awareness Month

Are you protecting yourself and your family with this necessary coverage? In the event of a tragedy, life insurance can help pay the bills and mortgage, continue a family business, finance future needs (such as your children’s education), protect your spouse’s retirement plans, and much more. Life insurance plays a key role in having a […]

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7 Ways to Deter the Biggest Summertime Pest

As we are in the middle of the summer, and while my family and I are excited and looking forward to spending more time outdoors, I can think of a group even more eager for it… mosquitoes. Those dreaded pests are one of the most annoying parts of summer, especially in the part of the […]

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Renter’s Insurance: A Review of the Basics

Renter’s Insurance is needed for things like when an apartment is robbed or the apartment above it has a fire, and the water used to extinguish it floods the apartment. A landlord’s policy likely won’t pay to replace any of the items in the apartment. That’s up to the renter. You have a lot of […]

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