Today I got my first tornado alert for the year. It seems that just a few weeks ago (back in January), my Camellias were blooming. January and in full bloom? Maybe there is something to this temperature change business after all. I’m not as convinced as some people, but this seems way too early to … More Tornado Season is Starting Early This Year
Did you survive Snowmageddon 2019? WE enjoyed the unexpected day off work! I hope you got a chance to put your feet up and spend some time with family and friends. Today is National Hot Chocolate Day! I thought I’d share a quick and easy recipe with you to share with your family/friends. For some … More National Hot Chocolate Day and Snowmageddon 2019
As we all get closer to retirement age we should start paying even more attention to how we handle our finances. One of the key elements of planning for retirement(What’s that?) is knowing how to make sure you receive the largest Social Security benefits. Here is an article about Social Security you may find helpful … More Social Security I
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Recently the Atlantic has been quiet, but things may be changing. By the middle of the week, a tropical disturbance may become organized enough to become a threat. If the system tracks north far enough we could be seeing some unpleasant developments. The potential is there for the system to develop into a tropical depression. … More Hurricane Season May Not Be Over Yet
Driving habits have been changing and this affects us in a number of ways. As miles driven increase there is more demand for gasoline, which drives up prices at the pump which in turn increases the tax revenue that funds roads construction and maintenance. Noticed all the road work going on? Insurance premiums go up … More CHANGES IN DRIVING HABITS
We are so used to our state being in the Top 10 in so many different areas it is sometimes surprising when we don’t This is one of those times. A recent study (see the link below) ranked Georgia #18 in the states with the worst drivers. Unfortunately for us, and maybe this will change … More Georgia Doesn’t Make It Into Top 10
I woke this morning to Michael has turned into a Cat 4 storm overnight. The media is reporting that Michael could be the worst storm to hit Florida in over 100 years. You should be glad that you aren’t in Panama City or Apalachicola this weekend. Keep those folks in your prayers, it will be … More Things Only Get Worse With Michael!
Michael is forecast by AccuWeather meteorologists to make landfall over the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday. Michael has become a Category 2 hurricane as of Tuesday morning. Additional strengthening is forecast into Wednesday. Current information is suggesting a Cat 3 storm landing in the Panama City/St. George Island area and making its way to SW Georgia … More Here We Go Again!
Our friends at Hagerty Insurance Company pointed out some interesting trends in Classic Car Insurance. “Last year marked the first time that Generation Xers (born 1965-1980) and millennials (born 1981-1996) owned as many classic and collector cars as the generations that came before. This generational sea change has led to a new trend of collecting performance … More New Trends in Vehicle Insurance