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Here we are again, at the end of October, ready to celebrate the spookiest holiday of all. Time to enjoy tricks or treats, spooky costumes, and of course, candy. But there are some fun things about Halloween you may not know!
For a list of “15 Fascinating Halloween Facts” visit Woman’s Day (http://www.womansday.com/life/holidays/15-fascinating-halloween-facts-124464) and to have your health insurance questions answered, contact TMIB at 310-828-9662. Happy Halloween!
It’s officially fall! Even if you live in California, where it might not seem like the seasons ever change, it is the time of the year when the weather starts to get a little cooler as we head into the winter months. Which means this is the prime time to prepare your home for the upcoming seasonal changes.
So what can you do right now to get ready?
Travelers Insurance has put together a list of ways to prepare your home for fall https://www.travelers.com/prepare-prevent/home/home-maintenance/fall-maintenance-tips.aspx and for any questions about homeowners insurance, contact TMIB at 310-828-9662.
Emails went from being a high tech novelty to a revolutionary method of communication that has changed the way we do business. Although email has become a primary method of communication at work, that doesn’t mean everyone has figured out the proper etiquette.
Emails aren’t the place to try your hand at comedy (leave that for the weekend). Remember this is work and sometimes jokes are inappropriate or don’t come across the right way when written. There is probably a bigger chance it falls flat than succeeds. Same for exclamation points!!! Use them as needed, but less is always a better choice. Remember, this is a business correspondence – you aren’t texting your friends about your after-work plans.
For MSN’s list of email etiquette rules, go to (http://a.msn.com/00/en-us/AAckNnk?ocid=se) and for a business insurance quote, be sure to contact TMIB at 310-828-9662.