Tag: December 2020

A Better Insurance Experience

Insurance can be confusing and frustrating for families and businesses. Further, the perception often is there are only a few options available on the market – none of which are of any quality. For the past 18 years, I have worked with countless families and businesses, successfully changing these misperceptions […]

Post-Holiday Pick-me-up

As we prepare for the holiday season, we proudly place beautiful decorations that evoke feelings of festivity, nostalgia, and joy. We bedeck our homes in grandeur, and sometimes when the holiday buzz has passed, our homes look empty, lonely, and sad. If you have ever experienced this particular kind of […]

Defy All Odds

The word “believe” is prominently displayed throughout seventeen-year-old Emily Koesters’s home. And for good reason: at age four she was diagnosed with Schimke Immunoosseous Dysplasia (SIOD), which is a rare genetic, life-threatening dwarfism disease with an average life expectancy of nine years old. The disease is so uncommon, Emily is […]

The Fundamentals of Estate Planning

Putting the right estate planning tools in place for you and your loved ones starts with the fundamentals. A basic estate plan includes a Will, Power of Attorney for Healthcare, and Power of Attorney for Finance. These documents allow you to make your wishes known when you die and to […]

Natural Leader

Not many high school kids have earned the title Mayor, but it’s a long-standing tradition at Boys Town for students to elect their own mayor each year. Last May, the Boys Town students elected Hazakiah Williams to a position he wanted to hold since the day he set foot on […]

Shining with Spirit

Senior Lauren Proctor finds cheering for Burke High School athletes to be fun and rewarding. “I’ve made many new friends along the way,” she said. “I love cheering for Burke because I love representing my school, being involved, and having so much fun!” Unfortunately due to COVID-19, her squad wasn’t […]

A Passion for the Gridiron

Imagine being able to play football under the lights at the Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio. Elkhorn North High School junior Kyree Bennett got the opportunity to do just that when he played for the Westland Meteors in middle school. “I’ve never played on national television before, so […]

Peace of Mind

Starting a business is an exciting venture that often brings a steep learning curve with it. Many business owners find themselves navigating unexpected administrative waters—payroll, benefits, and personnel policies. Coupled with family and other responsibilities, they can quickly lose focus on doing what they do best—run their business. That’s where […]

What is your Zone?

What does perfect health look like? We believe that it is more than just moving pain-free and avoiding disease. In our office, perfect health encompasses 6 key areas known as zones. Zones are checked prior to being adjusted by palpating points on the back of the head. These points correlate […]

Kimpton Cottonwood Hotel

Midwestern charm blends with timeless elegance at the newly opened Kimpton Cottonwood Hotel, bringing an elevated and distinct experience to Omaha. The building’s rich history dates back to 1916 when the space was formerly known as the Blackstone Hotel, hosting the likes of Ronald Reagan, John F. Kennedy, and Richard […]