As a mutual insurance provider of both farm and auto insurance (in addition to business and home), we often get questions related to farm vehicles including when and why to register a vehicle with a farm plate.
Individually we all have different questions as we begin to emerge from lockdown:
• How can I stay safe?
• Are my clothes still in style?
• How do I lose the pandemic 15?
• Will there be a second wave?
• What month is it?
• What is that glowing hot ball in the sky?
If 2020 has taught us anything so far, it is that most of us need to work on being better prepared in the event of a supply chain disruption. Power and communication are certainly high up there in terms of priorities but there is nothing more important for our survival than reliable food supply.
Whether dealing with a slow period is an annual occurrence as it is often the case for a seasonal business, or if it may be due to other circumstances outside of your control, a slow day does not have to be an unproductive day.
When we face uncertain times we look for answers. There has perhaps never been a more uncertain time than if you are a business owner during a temporary shutdown.
As a parent we are sure you have seen many articles and self-learning resources being posted online lately for younger children, however, if you are a parent of an older child or teenager you might be wondering; where is my advice?
Young or old, big or small, it is something we all deal with.
As if there is not enough to worry about in our normal everyday life, the winter brings an extra layer of concern about the dreaded slip and fall.