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Yes the blog is back!! After taking a year off (or maybe longer – I can’t keep track) the blog is back and ready to give you more content! You might have noticed I’ve brought on some staff writers to assist me with keeping up. But don’t worry, the message and purpose of the blog […]

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Are You Having a Quarter Life Crisis?

I’m in my mid-20s, and sometimes I hear from others about them feeling like they are having a quarter life crisis. Even I at times have felt like I was in a quarter-life crisis even though I am very happy with my life. You might think that’s a joke, but I think it’s a very […]

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Why Burial Insurance Brings Peace of Mind for Your FamilyWhy Burial Insurance Brings Peace of Mind for Your Family

Many people are looking into burial insurance. Similar to life insurance, you’ll name a beneficiary to receive these funds upon your passing. The mere reason for burial insurance is so that your funeral expenses are paid for. The average funeral now costs $10,000 in 2014 and is expected to rise by small amounts over the […]

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