Archive for October, 2013

You Can Trust the Internet

Monday, October 14th, 2013

Fhoto funia-Automobile insurance-Funny car photos..cow, cat, bike, and ...My mom is in her late sixties ad for a long time I was trying to tell her that she should try to go on the internet as there were a lot of things online that I thought she would like. My mom loves to play word games and different card games and the internet allows her to play against people from all over the world. I did not realize that there were so many people that were afraid of the internet until I talked to her and her friends. I told her I got online auto insurance quotes on the internet and it saved me a lot of time from calling insurance company to insurance company and not only did I save time, I actually got to look at the different coverages that some of the insurance company offered. For example, there was a company that offered accident forgiveness for no extra charge while there were quite a few other companies that were going to charge for this feature.

The way the feature works is if the insured person is in an accident and it is their fault, and it is their first accident with the company or the policy then they will actually forgive them for the accident and they will not increase their insurance rates for the time that hit happened. I was speaking with a few other people and they told me that they were going to actually take advantage of this policy feature. The people I was speaking to were my mom and her friends, after I showed them how easy it was to get quote online and they saw that my information was protected, they said that they wanted to go online and start using the internet for different things, I thought it was great.


Tutoring Counters the Disabled Label Doctors Tried to Put on Our Son

Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

When our son was born, the doctors basically told us to not expect him to excel in academics. They noticed signs of what they called developmental disabilities. We made it our life’s mission to get him to advance as far as he possibly could so that he did not have to rely on others to support his basic needs. One of the best helps we have received was educational help using tutors at a singapore tuition agency.

Our son does not have any physical signs indicating any learning disabilities. He is handsome and well developed muscularly. He enjoys running and weight lifting. As parents, we could see him struggling with subjects in school. We hired tutors at the first signs of trouble. The tutors did a wonderful job. I look back and think what it might have been like for him if we would have just listened to the doctors and not expected him to excel.

The tutors helped him to become an average student in some subjects and an above average one in others.