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Thursday, May 30, 2013

Good Hands for the #GoodLife

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Allstate for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
Having a baby can bring so much joy, but sometimes it can bring fear and uncertainty as well. I was 24 when I had my daughter. I was out of a job and we were down to one income. Scared out of my mind on how we were going to make ends meat, I started thinking of every thing I could do to bring in extra money, while looking for a job that could some how fit around my hubby's very busy and chaotic schedule.
I started couponing and only shopping sales, we held a yard sale, and now I watch my friend's daughter as well. With help from my in-laws, we have been able to make it through the hump and with my husband's recent promotion, we are now living comfortably. It was hard for a while, but worth every minute. We learned so much and over came all the obstacles.

Allstate’s “Good Hands for the Good Life” is new and different for an insurance company. Allstate Good Life has a voice of optimism and celebration vs. fear. The Allstate brand commercial tells the story of how there are risks everywhere, but we as people don’t let it hold us back from making our lives good. Allstate is an insurance company who works everyday to help build more good in the lives of their customers.
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Allstate believes that the notion of the Good Life is inherently social; it is already taking place in people’s natural social conversations and now Allstate has permission to join in because they are an insurance company who creates more good vs. take care of the bad.
How have you triumphed over adveristy, fear, or doubt? Please feel free to share your stories with me.
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