Your largest bag will hold the bulk of your clothing and some or all of your gear. Useful 45-inch carry-on styles (21 or 22 inches in length) include the shoulder bag, the travel pack (convertible backpack), and the wheeled bag. To be able to pack, choose a bag with a three-sided zipper that makes it possible to open it flat like a book.
In choosing a bag, consider:
(a) How you want to carry it (on your shoulders, on your back, or by its own wheels).
(b) How much you will be carrying it (take into account types of transportation and activities).
(c) Terrain and handling conditions (rough? normal? rugged?).
(d) How you want to organize and pack it.
(e) Your long-term traveling needs. Continue reading
Homeowners insurance is pretty inexpensive in Wisconsin. The average annual premium is $686, which is almost 2 times cheaper than the nationwide average of $1,132. Full analysis here.
Wisconsin home insurance is designed to provide financial protection in the event that your home is damaged, broken into, or destroyed. Think about what would happen if your home burned down in a fire or if it was severely damaged by a weather event. Where would you live? How would you pay for the repairs?
Without homeowner’s insurance, you could find yourself in an extremely dire situation. With insurance, on the other hand, you would be able to get back to your life again as quickly as possible without incurring major expenses along the way.
Homeowner’s insurance provides several different types of coverage. First and foremost, it typically covers the actual physical structure of your home. If it burns down, gets struck by lightning, or gets damaged during a hailstorm, your insurance plan will most likely cover the majority of the repair expenses. Continue reading