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5 Ways to Work with Your Brain for a Better Night's Sleep

Because we all need to be uplifted enjoy a good laugh... Railroad to nowhere.Amidst the hubbub of the day-to-day, we often forget to take a moment to be present in our surroundings. This is the concept behind the design of the Seiryu Miharashi train station in Japan. Opened to the public in March 2019, the unusual platform has no exit and no entrance. Its name...

New Year, New You! Let's Get Organized

Links You Can Use Now A holistic approach to wellness has become crucial to span the wide array of physical and mental health challenges stressful times can create. Take a peek at these resources that will keep your mind, body and spirit happy and healthy. From the distractions and interruptions that tag along with working from home, to undiagnosed adult ADHD, to the generalized brain...

4 Ways to Reduce Your Auto Insurance Premiums

4 Ways to Reduce Your Auto Insurance Premiums Auto insurance premiums always seem to be on the rise. For some, that’s unavoidable. However, for many, there are a few easy ways to reduce auto insurance premiums.  With the Covid 19 crisis auto insurance companies have decreased insurance rates by an average of 15% for April and May. Utilize the same insurance company: Unlike the stock...

Grinch Protection

Happy New Year! It's Time to Review Your Insurance Coverage As the new year approaches, many people review their lives and make new goals for the future, to maybe eat better or exercise more, for example. This turning of the calendar page is also a good time to review your insurance coverage. An annual review allows you to update information and policies to ensure you...

Terrible, No Good Holiday Disasters to Avoid

Terrible, No Good Holiday Disasters to Avoid It's a time for celebration and remembrance; a time to be surrounded by loved ones, eat well, and rejoice. But holidays are also frequently the days when disasters strike. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reports that Thanksgiving is a peak day for home cooking fires, and US fire departments respond to over 800 home fires per year...