Now more than ever we need to make our health a priority. Many of us are working from home for the foreseeable future and, although we may feel the need to watch the news all day, we need to prioritize our health and ensure we’re doing everything we can to stay healthy, both physically and mentally. We asked our co-founders Rajia and Ray to share what they’ve been doing to prioritize their own health during this difficult time.
Our mission will always be to provide our customers with peace of mind and safety. We are all grappling with this new reality and adjusting to the much needed practices of social distancing and self quarantine. Now more than ever, we need to come together with our customers and community and find creative ways to connect while continuing to provide that peace of mind that has been at the forefront of our mission. With that being said, today we’re sharing some thoughtful tips and things to do while adjusting to this new normal.
Our CEO and Co-Founder, Rajia Abdelaziz is an inspiration to us daily. She is kind, smart and works tirelessly everyday to bring her mission of safety for all to the masses. So today, on this International Women’s Day, we are celebrating Rajia along with all of the women who hustle hard to achieve their dreams! We recently chatted with Rajia about what International Women’s Day means to her, the women who inspire her as well as her message to young women who are thinking about their future career.
We know, we know, everyone says Valentine’s Day is simply a “Hallmark holiday” but what can we say we love LOVE so we’re sharing our top gift ideas! Also, Valentine’s Day is not a trademarked day for lovers but a day to show yourself some love and indulge a bit. So whether you’re celebrating the day with your significant other or by yourself, our co-founders, Rajia and Ray, are sharing their top gift suggestions for this love fueled holiday!
By: Rajia Abdelaziz, Co-founder and CEO
***PSA: Just because you’re not affected by a problem, doesn’t mean that it doesn’t exist ***
My co-founder, Ray, and I were recently asked to participate in a shark tank style pitch competition from a local organization. To our surprise some of the judges in the male dominated panel (*eye-roll*) unfortunately made comments that were so ignorant and inappropriate that we felt the need to share it to help raise awareness that this type of behavior should no longer be tolerated.
With Thanksgiving just a little over three weeks away, many of us are in full holiday travel planning mode. While the holidays are a time of joy and cheer, we also have to be extra cautious this time of the year when so many are traveling and our minds are preoccupied.
We’re sharing our top travel safety tips with you below - feel free to share your top travel safety tips in the comments!
If you’re a real estate agent you’re more than likely always working alone, showing properties and entering homes with people you really don’t know. Safety should always be a priority. In honor of September being Realtor Safety Month we are sharing some of our top safety tips for agents.
With the back-to-school season in full swing many parents are experiencing a hectic schedule full of back to school shopping, school open houses and meetings, schedule pick-ups and coordinating extracurricular activities for the new school year. So many parents, themselves, experience anxiety about sending their children off to school and are concerned about their loved ones safety while in school. We’re sharing some tips, for parents, about school safety that will hopefully help relieve some of that anxiety and also, help them educate their children about school safety.
As most of the U.S. heads back to school over the course of the next few weeks many parents are reinforcing safety tips with their children to ensure they stay safe when returning to school. Here are a few safety tips for those heading back to high school this fall.
College can, at times, be overwhelming. From the social and academic demands to figuring out your career path, your college years, although transformative, can also feel very frustrating. To be able to focus on all things college related, every student should feel safe while on campus but, many times, that’s not the case.
The most prevalent crime on campus is sexual violence according to RAINN, an advocacy group that fights sexual violence nationwide. So how do you stay safe when heading back to school? Here are some tips: