Adulting 101: Insurance
Ever since I was a kid, I always wished I would grow up faster. Being already young for my year and having skipped a grade, I was always the baby of any group. In class, I was at least a foot shorter than the other kids all throughout elementary school. I wished for the day that I would be an adult and be able to start my own life, manage my own finances, and fully be responsible for myself.
Then, I graduated from college and really started life. And I realized… adulting really sneaks up on you! No one teaches you about REAL adult things in college. That’s right… taxes, mortgages, loans, insurance? There are no classes on that (at least not within my major at the University of Michigan).
I was recruited within 3 months of graduating to move to another state and start another job. Things got really serious then. I moved away from my parents and had to take care of everything myself. Everything.
Thankfully, I knew about the team at GEICO. I switched over to GEICO’s auto and renter’s insurance as soon as I moved. The best thing is, they give discounted rates to recent graduates AND you can bundle the deal with homeowner’s or renter’s insurance.
I’m one of those people that is all about the “just in case.” So that means reliable insurance is a must. Especially since we take Kokoro and Chibi on so many road trips with us now, it’s even more important to consider the safety of us and the pups.
So if you’re about to graduate or recently graduated and want to check one other thing off your list of “adult things to do,” check out GEICO to get you, your car, and your apartment totally covered. Just in case :)
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of GEICO. The opinions and text are all mine.