With you every step of the way


Become A Doctor’s Visit Pro

October 22nd, 2014 / Bankers Fidelity

“An apple a day keeps the doctor away” might be true, but we’re still going to suggest at least one physical per year. Annual visits let your physician know how you’re doing and also where you stand in comparison to people of a similar age.


What No One Wants To Hear

October 16th, 2014 / Bankers Fidelity

It’s a day I will never forget. Although it was 24 years ago, it’s as clear as what happened this morning. My husband, who was working from home that day, was the one who got the call from my doctor. He immediately called me at work: his voice trembled as he told me the news. I had breast cancer. This was unfathomable to me. I was a registered nurse after all…surely I would’ve had some sort of inkling, some tell-tale sign. But I had no symptoms, no pain, no discomfort, nothing.


Top Leaf Peeping Destinations for Fall Foliage

October 7th, 2014 / Bankers Fidelity

There’s something undeniably electric about fall: the first hint of crisp air, all the autumnal treats that come from pumpkins and apples, and of course, changing leaves. The United States boasts some of the world’s most beautiful locales for the short weeks between summer and winter when leaves are at their most brilliant. The term “leaf peeper” was coined to describe those who travel to view and photograph the most stunning of the season’s foliage. If you decide to join the ranks of the leaf peepers this season, check out our list of must-see destinations to hit on your fall foliage tour (or just enjoy the pictures!)

Baby Boomers

October 2nd, 2014 / Bankers Fidelity

In 1966, Time magazine declared the Baby Boom Generation its “Man of the Year;” this award, usually reserved for just one individual, illustrates the incredible impact of the Baby Boomers, a generation characterized by their tenacity, idealism, and independence. Collectively, the Boomers have witnessed the Vietnam War, the Civil Rights Movement, the Women’s Movement, and countless other nation-shaping historical transformations.


Switch Up Your Workout

September 23rd, 2014 / Bankers Fidelity

There are lots of good reasons to exercise- more energy, increased endurance, better sleep, and stress relief, just to name a few. So, while deciding to exercise isn’t a hard choice, choosing between the countless exercise routines can prove difficult. You can find ten different people who swear by ten different exercise routines, but the key is finding what works specifically for you.


Let’s Stay In Touch

September 18th, 2014 / Bankers Fidelity

With hectic schedules and an arm’s-length list of extracurricular activities, staying in touch with the grandkids can prove challenging. While grandchildren and grandparents alike treasure special occasions like family reunions or holidays, there are numerous ways to become more involved in each other’s daily lives, even from a distance. Building a strong relationship with your grandchildren is one of the most important things grandparents can do- and it doesn’t have to be a chore.


Life Insurance Awareness Month

September 15th, 2014 / Bankers Fidelity

As you may be well aware, life insurance relieves a family from a variety of different expenses that may occur after the loss of a loved one. Some of these costs can be substantial, particularly if the person who dies is the primary income earner for the family. However, based on the limited ownership of these policies, many people do not understand just how important life insurance is.


Do You Remember…? Tips and Tricks for Keeping Your Memory Sharp

September 8th, 2014 / Bankers Fidelity

“I’ve got a memory like an… um… what’s that thing called again?”

Your grandma can never be this cool!

Self-Awareness Month

September 2nd, 2014 / Tom Swanston

Have you ever heard anyone in polite conversation ask, “How’s your self awareness?”

Senior Couple Exercising In Park

“Do you know anyone with Type 2 Spinal Muscular Atrophy – Run, Baby, Run!”

August 25th, 2014 / Tom Swanston

Every Tuesday, the old guys that live on Brickleberry Drive in Roswell, Georgia get together at Nicky’s Diner to have breakfast and decide what President Obama should, or should not be doing. The conversations remind me of the old saying, “Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.” Last Tuesday, I sat next to a new guy who couldn’t have been over 30. Just to be friendly I asked, “Are you new to Brickleberry, or are you just visiting?”