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4 Ways to Make Exercise More Fun!

Don’t believe that fun and exercise are synonymous? Read on! Many of us are hitting the gym hard or taking running lunches to trim away the Christmas turkey and tone our tummies for the summer sun! However, the quiet buzz of treadmills, the fluorescent yellow lighting, and the smell of sweat, regret, and failure in the gym is inspiring no one! For those who need to make exercise more fun and less dull, here are our top 4 tips! Go Outside: If you’re in the ever-sunny state of California, opt for outdoor running and training to boost your body into workout action! Exercising outdoors is a great way to keep things interesting! Pair Up: Have a friend that struggles with the daily grind at the gym? Exercise together! Not only will you motivate each other to work harder but you’ll actually look forward to sweat sessions! Switch It Up: If you’ve been doing crunches for ... Read more

Safely Enjoy The Water With These Tips

Boating Safety There is still a full month before fall starts, which means there is plenty of time to enjoy various summer activities! Heading out on your boat can be the best way to take advantage of the season before the weather starts cooling down. Before you start backing your boat down the launch ramp this month, make sure to keep these safe boating tips in mind. Check the weather – take a look at the forecast before you hit the water. If a storm or other inclement weather is forecasted, you may want to change your plans and head out another day. Getting stuck on the water during bad weather can be very dangerous. Create a pre-departure checklist – make sure that you are prepared for anything you may encounter on the water by creating a checklist to follow. Your checklist can help to make sure that no precautions or safety ... Read more

Local Events To Spice Up Your Summer

Dive Into Fun At These Great Local Events Can you believe we are already halfway through the summer? The warm season always flies by with the kids out of school and so much fun to be had, but with a little planning you can be sure to soak up every minute of it. To help you take advantage of the last month of summer, here are a couple of August events you should not miss! Weekend Glow Jump: On Saturday, August 8th, gather up the kids and head to Pump It Up on Neroly Road for a night of fun! From 5:40-7:00 p.m., Pump It Up is hosting an open jump so your kids can bounce, slide, twirl, and play in their safe and fun LED glow lit facility. Wear white or neon, and your whole family will glow in the dark! Admission is $10 and will get a glow bracelet ... Read more

Avoid These Travel Mistakes This Summer

Common Travel Mistakes As summer approaches, you may find yourself planning a family vacation. While picking the perfect destination and packing your bags, it can be easy to forget a few steps in the process. While it may not seem like a big deal, a simple mistake could lead to big trouble. Make sure to avoid these common travel mistakes to ensure that your holiday is enjoyable! Not checking your passport dates – if you are headed to another country, you will need to bring your passport. While bringing your passport is half of the battle, you should also make sure that it is not expired. An expired passport can lead to you being turned away at customs, missing your entire vacation. Booking too tight of connections – while tight connecting flights may seem like the best way to get to your destination as fast as possible, it does not leave any time ... Read more

Finding The Right Coverage Options For Your RV Insurance

RV Insurance 101 Loading up your RV for a road trip is the perfect way to see a new part of the country while still enjoying the comforts of home. Before you head out on the road this season, it is important to make sure that you invest in the right RV insurance policy to provide protection from any unfortunate situation. When reviewing your policy, make sure to consider these coverage options that can help to provide extra protection. Personal effects replacement cost – since your RV is like a second home on wheels, you bring a lot of your personal belongings when you head out. Personal effects replacement cost will pay to replace any items that are stolen or damaged in the event of an accident. If you have any high value items, you should consider raising your limits to ensure that you have enough protection. Total loss replacement – if ... Read more
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