Do you have the week off from work? Are the kids out of school are you’ve already got cabin fever? The good news is this: the 4th of July is rapidly approaching and summer activities are in full swing here in Nevada. If you’re looking for something to do this week, we’ve got a great… Read more »
Our favorite day of the year is finally here – June 28, Insurance Awareness Day! Although we could certainly talk to you for an extended period of time about all of the reasons why we feel you will need insurance in your lifetime, we’ll spare you… (today).
Have you ever thought about what makes the “dog days of summer” so truly difficult to get through? For many employees across the country, the warm weather and tempting summertime activities can make the drive into work and the subsequent 8-plus hours that follow a form of torture. And as we all know, when employees are not happy, their productivity tends to plummet. How can you boost employee morale and keep employees motivated through the summer?
Did you know that in 2012, over 100 million Americans used the summer to travel? If you are planning to take a summer road trip, you are not alone! However, not all road trips are created equal. They require thought – research and planning.
Summer is here and school is out. You might be thinking about taking some vacations. Perhaps a road trip or two? If the idea of a road trip unsettles you (and not because you’re imagining arguments between your children in the backseat), then we have good news. The cost of traveling in your car for some summer family enjoyment does not have to be astronomical!
Yesterday, we talked a bit about the pros and cons of working from home. If your employer allows it, working from home is a convenient way to increase your productivity (if, of course, you can be productive while working from home). However, working from home will likely require more than just a comfy sofa, your cell phone and laptop. You may not have an entire extra room to spare for a whole home office, but there are some things you can do to help increase productivity with your very own home “office” space.
Keeping your car healthy requires regular maintenance of it’s vital components. Regular maintenance will give you the reassurance that your car is reliable and ensure a higher resale value. Here are some tips of things to check frequently and scams to avoid.
Now that the weather is getting warmer, there are likely some noticeable changes in the air. Yes, you guessed it, we are talking about allergy season.
Depending on your tolerance for thet hea, summertime in Las Vegas is either the best season of the year or a great time to hit the road in search of cooler weather! Here are some safety tips for your auto and home to keep you safe and sound during vacation season.
Spring is in the air, and with all of the spring cleaning that has likely been taking place, there is a good chance you are bound to see a yard sale or two popping up in your neighborhood. A great way to clean out your home and make a little extra money, residents often look at yard sales as a way to do good by offering a second home to unused items. Unfortunately however, no matter how good their intentions, yard sales can be a potential liability problem for homeowners.
May is National BBQ Month – yum! We can already smell the delicious scents of our favorite summertime fixings on the grille. But before we head out to get lots of barbeque sauce and supplies, we want to remind you to keep safety first.
Every year, the World Health Organization designates one day as “World No Tobacco Day”. This year’s theme focuses on banning tobaccos advertising, promotion and sponsorship. On May 31, WHO and partners around the world will focus on highlighting the risks associated with tobacco use and advocate ways to reduce consumption.