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Giving THANKS for Health Insurance!

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It’s that special time when the temperatures are getting cooler, families are finally making travel plans to be together after many months apart, and people are putting together their Thanksgiving Day menus with anticipation. The holiday season is indeed one of the most wonderful times of the year, and everyone at Carroll Marshall Insurance is […]

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Happy Halloween for EVERYbody: Three Ways to Make Halloween More Inclusive This Season

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Halloween is just a couple of weeks away. Kids (and adults) are picking out the perfect costume and preparing for lots of fun, and PLENTY of candy. While some families will still be participating in traditional trick-or-treating in nearby neighborhoods, other families here in Polk County might not yet feel comfortable going out in droves […]

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Make Your Immune System Your Superpower: Habits for Staying Healthy

In a world where viruses are at the forefront of most headlines, discussions, social media posts, and even coffee dates with friends, many people are becoming more aware of immune health and what it means to truly stay healthy as you go about your daily activities. While intervention certainly has a place in staying healthy, […]

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Back to the Office: What to Do When Your Pet Is Pining Away for You

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With much of the workforce returning to in-office hours, pet owners everywhere are facing a universal problem: what should they do to help their pet adjust to no longer having them at home all day? Many pets have gotten accustomed to having their owner(s) at home 24/7 over the last year and a half, especially […]

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How To Prepare For Hurricane Season

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Hurricane season has officially arrived in Florida! As hurricane season starts at the beginning of June to the end of November, many Floridians stack up on extra water, food, batteries, generators, and more. But, don’t let these things be the only things you do to prepare. Along with the housing damage that hurricanes and tropical […]

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Summer Biking in Florida: What Motorcyclists Need to Know

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Summer in Florida means sunshine, long (hot) days, and plenty of time enjoying the outdoors. Few people know this better than motorcycle owners. If you enjoy traveling by bike, you understand the delight in feeling the wind and sunshine firsthand as you hit the highway. Unfortunately, there are many risks that come along with taking […]

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Fun in Florida: Tips for Enjoying Your Memorial Day in The Sunshine State

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Memorial Day weekend is coming up fast, and that means it’s time for some fun in the sun! Whether you’re new to the area, a longtime resident planning a staycation, or simply visiting the Sunshine State to soak up some rays, Florida is a hot destination (literally!) for people to enjoy their holiday weekend. It’s […]

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When Allergies Strike Indoors: Tips for a Healthier Home This Spring

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Spring has officially sprung, and with it, allergy season has hit in full force this year. This year’s pollen has been off the charts, and it leads to a variety of unpleasant symptoms like itchy eyes, sneezing, or sinus headaches. While we love seeing the flowers blooming and the trees gearing up for warmer weather, allergies are […]

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Don’t Rely on Luck! Know the Facts About Worker’s Compensation Insurance

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Do you have luck on the brain as we approach St. Paddy’s Day? While it’s fine to lean on a little bit of luck when you roll the dice, play a scratch-off ticket, or open a blind bag surprise, depending on luck to protect your employees at work is a risk you shouldn’t be taking. Worker’s […]

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Showing Your Love Safely: Valentine’s Day Tips for 2021

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With just a little over a week left until Valentine’s Day, many of us are busy making preparations for showing the ones we love just how much we care. It’s no secret though that this year’s holiday looks different than years past. No crowded restaurants, no big parties, no surprise cruises or last-minute vacations and […]

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