Incredible that a story would want us all to be bland at home. Easy ways to
save a few bucks would be to not have a dog or a trampoline. But we need to be
careful that, in saving a few bucks, we lose identity for us and our children.
Yes, very useless, as was the 'article' by the same author on saving
money on car repairs. In fact, there was some purely incorrect info in that one.
Both of these are nothing more than a heading with some added fluff to call it
an article. Very poor. I am a licensed insurance agent and the best way to save
money on insurance is to meet with your agent and review YOUR SPECIFIC
situation. And hopefully DN will do a little better on these
'articles' in the future...
I'm sorry, but this article is not very useful. I clicked on the story
hoping to find something I could do to lower my premiums, and these are my
choices: install deadbolts and smoke alarms (already have both), work from home
(not a possibility for most people), and don't smoke (in Utah, most of us