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| August 02, 2017
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Calling all stay-at-home/work-from-home moms!  More than likely, life insurance isn’t front and center on your brain.  You’ve got other things to think about.  A teething baby, a school project that’s due tomorrow, baseball practice, the grocery list and much more.  And I’m guessing you are sitting at home, covered in spit up or something sticky, with your hair in a ponytail?!  Am I right?  So, you’re wondering what I’ve got to say to you, right?! 

I want you to know that you are important.  Actually, you are probably the glue that holds your family together.  You might not work outside of the home; however, the amount of work that you do inside the home is endless.  And if someone were to put a dollar amount on that work, well, you’d be a very rich woman. 

Your worth is invaluable.  And that’s why I want you to know how important having life insurance is.  If something tragic happened to you tomorrow, could your husband feed the kids, get them to school, wash the clothes, buy the groceries, pay the bills, and calm the teething baby?  While trying to juggle work and all the other demands of life, he’ll have a hard time accomplishing all those things by himself.  Wouldn’t you feel a little better about the situation if you knew he had a financial cushion to fall back on?  Those funds could allow him to hire a baby sitter, house cleaner, grocery shopper, bill payer, etc.. 

Being a mom is the hardest job I’ve ever had.  And the most rewarding.  I really can’t imagine my husband having to do it alone.  But I’ve protected him by buying a term life policy.  I can rest easier at night (when the baby doesn’t wake me) knowing that he’ll be financially okay if something were to happen to me. And maybe Jackson wouldn’t be running around the house with dirty clothes and nothing to eat because Dad didn’t have time to wash the clothes or shop for groceries. 

Moms… you are priceless.  Your value and worth are huge.  Do yourself and your family a favor and give us a call to learn more about term life insurance.

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