We’ve been busy mowing down pumpkin spice lattes and stocking up on sweaters since September, but now it’s time to get down to the business of home maintenance. We have a killer DIY to-do list that will leave you disaster-free this winter and upcoming spring.
Congratulations—your child is entering college. Just four more years of eating ramen so that you can cover tuition! Lighten the load with some proactive ways to protect your insurance and save money.
We can’t help but notice that the entire corporate world is enamored by the wonders of wellness trend. And as an office full of women—many of us fat—shouldn’t we be thrilled about it? Now the work world knows how to make us skinny and happy; the things we fat people want, right in our office!
When people find out we’re women owned and operated, we get a mix of responses. Either we’re discriminating, they’re perplexed, or our staff is a pack of bitches. (Favorable or quite the opposite, depending on the company!)
About a year ago I moved into my Aunt’s place—a place, that does not require a renters policy. I had the same thoughts about coverage that most first time renters probably share (whether or not they’re true): I’m not much of a partier, I don’t/won’t have animals, my partner/friends are not a danger to my belongings, and I generally don’t do stupid things. Why do I need coverage?
Now, for the first time in two decades, research produced on behalf of the Governors Highway Safety Association reveals we’ve had 6,000 pedestrian deaths across the U.S. in 2016 alone.
We certainly never expected to find ourselves lodged in a reality where the EPA is being slashed into non-existence. While our current administration is failing to support vital programs affecting drinking water, climate change, and food controls—the essentials we all need—we’ve been taking things into our own hands.
In the course of packing, plotting, car checkups, and assembling routes, the most important step in planning a road trip is lost to most: checking your insurance policy. One flat tire, fender bender, or a missed event can ruin undertakings further down the road. Fifteen minutes with your insurance agent and these four inquiries can […]
Why we buy women-owned and how you can do it too Being an insurance brokerage, most people tend to group our business in with bankers, accountants, and sometimes even car salesmen. This inevitably comes with images of men selling things in suits—definitely not any of us. We’re a women-owned and operated business with a completely […]
What you should know: fundraising for women’s march on washington and my photo with gloria STeinem. I recently took at little left turn (no pun intended) as the fundraiser for all of the Women’s Marches in Washington State. I honor my amazing staff for keeping the home fires burning while I spent, literally, 80 hour […]