Spring Cleaning Hacks

The weather is getting warmer, the days are longer, and spring is finally here! There is nothing better than coming home to a clean house and spring cleaning is the perfect opportunity to get rid of those things you can live without. Here are our home cleaning hacks:   Use an Apron Grab your cleaning […]

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Cherry Blossom Festivals

Cherry blossoms are a symbolic flower of the spring also known as a time of renewal. The cherry blossoms’ lives are very short; their beauty peaks around two weeks and then their blossoms begin to fall. In Japan, people like to have cherry blossom parties with their friends and family because it is believed that […]

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Staying Organized and Motivated 2018

The new year is the perfect time to reset and refocus ourselves on our goals. Personally, I think staying organized and on top of things should be an everyday goal because it really makes your life that much easier. Here are some of my recommendations.   Use a Planner This is my hands down #1 […]

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Tanaka Farms Upcoming Events

Tanaka Farms Strawberry Tours are back! Opening weekend is this Saturday and Sunday, February 3rd and 4th. Take a wagon ride around their 30 acre farm while learning about the history and farming methods. The wagon stops in different fields so you can taste the seasonal vegetables. At the berry patch, you will learn how […]

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Relieve your Dry Skin

  This “winter” has been windier than most and for me, my skin is as dry as it’s ever been. Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been trying to find some remedies to aid my cracking skin. Here are a few that have been extremely helpful:   Petroleum Jelly/Vaseline My elbows are extremely dry […]

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December 2017 California Regional Wildfires | Important Claims Resources

  Our carriers are ready to help those affected by the recent California Wildfires including the Rye, Creek, Thomas, Skirball, Little Mountain, Lilac, and Meyers Wildfires. With multiple fires burning across Southern California, hundreds of buildings and acres have already been destroyed. We want to provide information of who you can contact if you have […]

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Staying Fit: Holiday Edition

The holiday season is known notoriously for “expanding our waistlines.” Between all the holiday parties and tempting treats it is easy to lose sight of our fitness goals. Here are some tips and tricks to help you this year:   Keep Moving It has been proven that sitting for too long can be detrimental to […]

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Optimize your Black Friday Shopping

  Black Friday is almost here and I am personally super excited to shop all the sales. Here are some tips to optimize both your time and money this Black Friday:   Early Deals Some sales this year started at the beginning of this month. If you want to sleep in Friday morning, be sure […]

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All You Can Eat Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is quickly approaching and that means lots of turkey, stuffing, and mashed potatoes and gravy. I don’t know about you, but I personally find it so frustrating when I do not get around to trying all the dishes because I am already stuffed to the brim after one plate. So, here are some tips […]

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