Three Reasons to Do Something Your Fear

Three Reasons to do Something that Scares You We are creatures of comfort. One of the ways we keep ourselves comfortable is by creating routines, and these routines are frequently designed to minimize risk and control stress. Sounds good, right? However, if we’re being honest, doing things that scare you may actually be the way to create a life that could bring you more happiness. But does avoiding ...

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Ten Tips to Safe Group Motorcycle Riding

Ten Tips to Safe Group Motorcycle Riding Like surfing or rock climbing, riding a motorcycle is an experience that can’t be simulated or replicated. It leads thousands out to the canyons and winding roads each weekend for a small dose of throttle therapy and good times. For many of us, we subscribe to the philosophy that, “no road is too long if you have good company.” Making group motorcycle riding...

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Restart Your Business in the Post COVID-19 Market

Restart Your Business in the Post COVID-19 Market It’s unclear how long the COVID-19 pandemic will last, but what is certain is that many states, including California, are beginning to re-open the economy. Will you be ready to restart your business in the post-COVID market? Many small businesses have been hit hard by the recent shelter-in-place orders, but there is no need to continue your suffering...

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Boating Safety Tips to Help Your Enjoy the Season

Boating Safety Tips to Help Your Enjoy the Season Spring is in full bloom, and summer is just a month away. What does this mean? Well, the good news is that even during current shelter-in-place orders, it still means boating season is upon us, and a great time to brush up on some boating safety tips. Maybe you had not noticed, but there are increasingly more people on the water with each passing...

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Working From Home with Children

Working from Home with Children While we collectively work through these social distancing and shelter-in-place orders recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), we are all being introduced to new ways to work. Especially for those working from home with children. For working parents of school-age children, working at home with children means finding ways to safely occupy your child’s...

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Simplifying These Seven Auto Insurance Terms

Seven (7) Auto Insurance Terms Simplified Your auto insurance is a contract and like other contracts is can be confusing to read. It gets more complicated when you consider some of the other confusing auto insurance terms or jargon. Frankly, while some of the terms may seem “lawyerly” or even like reading a foreign language, it does not have to be. In the end, you just want to break through the...

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When is The Best Time to Buy a New Car?

When is the Best Time to Buy a New Car? You’re thinking about buying a new car but you’re not certain it’s the right time. Sure, if you’re current set of wheels has died on the driveway, then it’s time. But if you’re simply shopping because you got a raise and are thinking it’s time for an upgrade, wouldn’t you like to know if there is a best time to buy a new car? It might help you save a few...

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Things to Consider When Running With Your Dog

Things to Consider When Running With Your Dog In just about every neighborhood you can see teams of people walking, jogging and riding bikes. What else is there really to do while we wait-out a shelter-in-place order. If you’re a runner, then you’re likely thinking of running with your dog. Before you take Skippy out for a run, make sure to review these helpful tips to be certain your dog is ready...

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4 Simple Ways to Avoid Porch Pirates

Four (4) Simple Ways to Avoid Porch Pirates Are ready for some mind blowing statistics? According to Pitney Bowes there were 13 billion parcels shipped throughout the U.S. in 2018. Wow! It get more staggering, according to Digital Commerce 360, consumers spent over $600 billion shopping online in 2019, representing a faster rate of increase than in 2018. Today, virtually everyone is shopping for...

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How to Set Up Your Home Office

How to Properly Set Up Your Home Office Prior to the COVID-19 shelter-in-place orders, it was estimated that a quarter of the workforce was already working from home in some capacity. This makes sense given the vast improvements in communications technology and growth in the gig economy. It’s highly unlikely this trend will decline soon. In fact, with the recent shelter-in-place orders forcing...

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