February 28, 2018

Luck of the Irish

You’ve most likely heard the phrase “Luck of the Irish” but there’s a few misconceptions of the origins of the phrase. With St. Patrick’s Day coming up in March I wanted to do a little research to see if I could learn exactly what it means. Although I still didn’t get clear origins, the most common generalization I found was it simply means “bad luck.”
February 2, 2018

The Road Less Traveled

  The Road Less Traveled Flying in an airplane is a convenient way to get from Point A to Point B in a short amount of […]
October 19, 2017

“I DO!”

Happy Summer my friends and colleagues! I have some special and exciting news to share this month. I’m getting married! Pretty soon you will notice a […]
October 19, 2017

Insurance Awareness Day

With June 28th being Insurance Awareness Day, there’s no better time to discuss the importance of reviewing your insurance annually. Not only just to compare rates, […]
October 18, 2017

For Rent

I’ve had the opportunity to test some remodeling skills on a couple properties now, but I am about to embark on my biggest challenge yet with […]
April 5, 2017

The Art of Insurance

Art is everywhere. It is music, drawing and painting, poetry, sculpting, building, and so much more. If you’ve read my past newsletters you have probably by […]
December 2, 2016

Online Shopping…Deals & Steals

Holiday shopping is more convenient for consumers now more than ever! Sales for businesses have significantly increased with the ease of online shopping. We are in […]
July 6, 2016

Do you Rent or Own….Your Life Insurance – Part 2

In my last blog, “Do You Rent or Own….Your Life Insurance,” I used the example of a group life insurance policy through work is like “renting”, […]
June 1, 2016

Do You Rent or Own….Your Life Insurance?

Part One Renting can provide many great benefits. It is great for transition periods during your life until you have decided on a permanent residence. You […]
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