Happy Easter from our family to yours!
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Happy Easter from our family to yours!
Today we honor our leaders for the work, dedication and accomplishments they have done during their time representing this great country. We would like to share some unforgettable words spoken by these individuals:
“The harder the conflict, the greater the triumph” – George Washington
“Believe you can and you’re already halfway there” – Theodore Roosevelt
“You can’t let your failures define you, let the failures teach you” – Barack Obama
With just a few days left before Jolly Old Saint Nick comes down our chimneys to place gifts for you and yours under the tree, we want to make sure your holiday gift buying is all taken care of and completed.
So what do you do when you run out of gift ideas? Here are some tips to help you make this holiday season unforgettable.
If you can’t think of what to get that special someone, especially if you’re already out shopping, scroll through their social media for items or brands that they post with or about.
When it comes to our parents, gift buying is a little more difficult even though they usually don’t ask for anything. But think of hobbies, restaurants, or their daily routine and what items they use daily. No matter how big or small they will remember you gifted it to them when they go to use it.
And of course, the kids. Contrary to popular belief they are the hardest to shop for as so many options exist and choosing the right one is a 50/50 chance. Kids will typically use toys for a short period of time and then move on. However, we have a trick that could save the day! Buy small gifts, wrap individually and turn into one BIG bundled surprise. Their love for the holiday isn’t really based on what they get but how many and how big their gift is.
Try these tips out and let us know what tricks you have up your sleeve, Happy Holidays.
View our Ugly Christmas Sweater infographic below for tips and tricks on how to create the ultimate design this holiday season!
In the midst of taking in all of the holiday cheer, while sipping on some hot chocolate and wrapping up your gifts; we want to make sure you keep a smile this season with a few safety reminders.
Western Mutual would like to wish you a happy, healthy and safe holiday.
The holiday season is in full swing and Thanksgiving may just be the climax of it all. The one holiday in which gifts nor candy bring out the smiles but family and friends do. This year, focus less time judging the turkey and stuffing and more time reflecting all that we have, which we take for granted each and every day. Soak in the moment and snap some photos to create ever lasting memories, be appreciative of all those who don’t get the holiday off and remember the small things like being able to see or hear all the affection around you. From all of us here at Western Mutual and Arizona Home Insurance, we wish you and your loved ones a Happy Thanksgiving!
“…and all at once, summer collapsed into fall.”
– Oscar Wilde
As the summer months come to a close, we reflect back to the long warm evenings, fun times outdoors, and the vacations / staycations had! While technically the fall season does not start until the end of September, Labor Day weekend serves as the “unofficial end of summer” to many. Take time to soak up the remainder of the month and enjoy your long holiday weekend with family and friends!
Goodbye Summer, Hello Fall!
This week our great nation turns 243 years young! Every Independence Day, we celebrate the sacrifices our ancestors and patriots have made for this country which have enabled us the freedom that we hold so dear. From all of us at Western Mutual, we wish you a fun and safe Fourth of July holiday.
Looking for Fourth of July party inspiration? Head over to Martha Stewart’s website for some festive flair!
Thursday, June 21stmarks the official first day of Summer!! After the wet winter we have experienced, our team is definitely excited to catch some rays and enjoy much-needed outdoor time. Do you have any fun trips planned? How about staycations or weekend adventures? Any plans to play tourist in your own town? Enjoy the summer months and remember to take time for life’s little moments!
Happy Summer to you!