How to Get Cheap Auto and Renters Insurance Quotes

If you don’t own a home you may think you don’t need insurance. But you still need to insure your auto and your personal property – auto insurance to protect you in case of an auto accident, and renters insurance to protect your personal property from fire, theft, vandalism, and other losses.Find Discount Insurance Quotes on the InternetTo help you save money on insurance use the Internet to search for discount auto and renters insurance quotes. You can find discount auto and renters insurance quotes online by visiting an insurance comparison website. At the website you’ll complete a form with your personal information, such as your name, address, and age.For auto insurance, you’ll also need to enter information about your:* Vehicle, such as the year, make, model, VIN number, and safety features.* Driving habits, such as the number of miles you drive each year and any tickets or accidents you’ve had.* Coverage amounts and you want and deductibles you want for comprehensive and collision coverage.For renters insurance, you’ll need to enter information such as:* Construction type* Number of connected units* Whether you have any pets* Coverage amounts and the deductible you wantThe best insurance comparison websites also offer an online chat feature. If you have any questions as you complete your form, you can talk online with insurance professionals and get fast, accurate answers. (See link below.)Keep in mind that you’ll usually receive a multi-policy discount if you purchase your auto and renters insurance with the same company. This can save you up to 15% on your yearly premium.Choose an Insurance CompanyAfter you enter this information, you’ll receive fast, accurate quotes from multiple A-rated insurance companies. Then you can simply compare the quotes and choose the company with the best quote.

5 Decor Tips For a Modern Home

Do you enjoy today’s contemporary designs but want to make use of a modern home design and theme? There are many great new modern furniture options for you as well as simple and easy to do designs that you can use even if you have no formal training in home décor.Durability and comfort are important in any home décor and clean, uncluttered rooms are perfect for a modern home décor. From the smallest accessory items to a total home overhaul, you can use these tips for a more modern décor.Here are 5 décor tips for a modern home that you can start using today:1. Use efficient lighting- Make sure your rooms have enough lighting as well. This prevents eyestrain.2. Keep it simple in the bedroom- Keep things that have nothing to do with sleeping out of the bedroom as much as possible.3. Neutral colors are best for modern design- These neutral colors give you a fresh and clean look. It also gives a great backdrop for modern paintings, artwork or furniture in the room.4. Sleek and cool; not gloomy and boring- While you want your modern design to be fresh and uncluttered, this doesn’t mean it has to be boring or gloomy.5. Carefully arrange your furniture- You should choose how you arrange your furniture, such as in the living room.The arrangement in the room can make a big difference in the feeling you create with your modern décor.
Now that you have these five tips, you are ready to start making the most of your home décor. If you are getting new furniture, keep these ideas and modern home tips in mind but don’t think that you have to have a total room makeover to switch to a more modern design. You can make changes with your existing furniture and décor items that will make a big difference.

A Woman’s Dilemma, Career and Family: How Working From Home Answers a Problem That Many Mothers Face

Me? Give up my career ambitions? Work from home? Join a network marketing company? There would be absolutely no way! Well, that is what I thought. But in 2005 I became pregnant with my first daughter. Little did I know how much she would truly change my life. It is amazing what our children teach us. Without her, I would have never opened my mind to opportunities and possibilities that changed my life for the better.Rewind eight years: I graduated from college with a BS in Chemical Engineering. I went on to work for a corporate business that put me through a rigorous training program. Working 60-80 hour work weeks over the course of the next eight years encapsulated my life. I established myself as a career woman with a strong work ethic; willing to move anywhere, work for anyone and travel at any point all for a respectable salary but definitely at a cost. I moved five times in the first three years out of college….all for business.In 2004, I decided to add madness to the mayhem: going back to school on the weekends to get my MBA while continuing to work a crazy schedule. I remember traveling and studying with colleagues who had families at home. Wow, I was completely clueless what the corporate moms and dads were missing at home. I just never thought about how this “so-called life” would need to change when having children. I was sure I could do it all – career and family – my mind was set.Even in 2005 when my husband and I found out that we were pregnant with our first child I still had every intention to continue working in the corporate world until retirement. Hopefully my husband and I would be in good health so we could enjoy our golden years. The only dilemma I thought I had at the time was finding a nanny. It didn’t take long before my REAL dilemma revealed itself.In the summer of 2006, our daughter was born and I starting seeing the world with my heart not my mind. It rocked my world when I had to go back to work from maternity leave. Much to my surprise, I did not want to leave our new baby with another person while I worked all day away from her. I was finding that it was more important to find time to pump (I was breastfeeding) then trying to excel at my job. Making sure my baby had my milk was more important than my job. What was going on?Finally, after a lot of tears and talks with my husband, we decided to make some changes to our current lifestyle so I could be at home with our five month old baby. I quit my corporate job and I can honestly say, NEVER, in a million years did I think that I would be a stay-at-home mom!Being at home with my baby, I enjoying the many milestones new babies achieve in their first year. But as time passed and my daughter was 18 months old, I was yearning to work again but how could I possibly go back to the corporate world now? I started to fret – corporate work would take me away from home too much but anything less wouldn’t be worth the money.Before I had to make that painful decision, I was introduced to a home based business opportunity by a close friend from my MBA program. She was also a new mom and suffering the same dilemma. I have to admit, my first reaction was SHOCK – my girlfriend who had also worked for her MBA and dreamed of a fancy career was working from home in a network marketing business?! I thought she was brainwashed and must have drunk the Kool-Aid at a MLM rally.Even though I was skeptical, I was completely intrigued by the thought of establishing a career from home. I stayed up many late nights reading and researching home based sales systems and the network marketing industry. Even though I was very afraid of “what would my friends say” I decided to jumped in with both feet.Surprisingly, I was having a blast working in the network marketing industry – sharing, selling and training other women in my company – it was all very challenging and rewarding. When I became pregnant with my second daughter, I suffered a miserable 26 weeks of pregnancy. I had no choice but to take some time off from my home based business. While I was out-of-the-game, I was astonished that I was still making money from my existing clients’ re-orders. That is when the idea of residual income became crystal clear to me. What are the chances that you could take time off work in the corporate world and still receive support, a pay check and a guarantee that your position will be there on your return?Now I wasn’t afraid to talk to my friends because network marketing made sense. It is a brilliant sales system that can offer a solution for many other moms who want to raise a family but also want to work. All parents can understand that children change your life. I didn’t know how much until I had my own; never predicting that I would make career altering decisions because of my desire to stay at home with my kids.Looking back, I would not change my decision to quit my corporate job. In fact, I have exciting goals for what my future holds. The people who I have met on my network marketing journey have given me the confidence and the vision of a future much brighter and financially fulfilling than any corporate career could provide.Balancing work and family is not an easy feat. Sometimes it is downright exhausting! But I know that I’m not alone. Many career-minded moms have changed their minds about what ‘professional success’ means after they felt that first little kick in their belly. It may not be easy – having a career and family that is – but I’m thrilled to know that through the network marketing industry women have a CHOICE to have both.