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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

October is the Perfect Time To Get Your Home Ready For Winter!

Summer is over, the leaves are changing color, and the weather is getting a bit cooler. It’s time to start getting your house ready for the cold winter months ahead. October is a great month to tackle those home repairs and winterizing projects before winter really starts. Winterizing your home will help your home run […]

4 Tips For Carving the Perfect Jack-o-Lantern

It’s October and time for leaves changing color, cooler weather, and a really fun holiday — Halloween! One of my favorite Halloween traditions is pumpkin carving. No matter what, there’s always something that can go wrong when trying to make your own Jack-O-Lantern. Here are 4 tips to help ensure that your pumpkin carving experience […]

Climb the Tree

I’ve been in the business world for years and very aware of it for much longer. I always had a sort of “drive” and knew that I could get to where I am (and further!) if I was just willing to pay attention and make a conscious effort to be successful. As a small business […]

6 Reasons Why You Don’t Need Life Insurance

As you probably know, September is Life Insurance Awareness month. Here are 6 reasons why you DON’T NEED life insurance. You are never going to die. You are going to inherit a fortune. You are going to win the lottery. Your children are going to support you. You are never going to retire. The government […]

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 […]

September is National Preparedness Month

It’s important that we are always aware of the risks outside our control and are prepared in case the unthinkable happens. We recognize National Preparedness Month to help increase awareness of the importance of always keeping safety first. “Disasters Don’t Wait. Make Your Plan Today.” Here are 10 Ways to Prepare: Sign up for local […]