Unlearn the city

19th September 2016

Living in the city carries certain perks. There’s wifi almost everywhere, and you’re never more than 10 minutes from a decent coffee. Your lunch options are indulgent, and you’re spoiled for choice when it comes to choosing a bar to suit the mood you’re in.

But when was the last time you went through a full day without worrying about places you had to be, queuing for lunch, or checking your phone? Do you remember what it’s like to breathe fresh, clean air or feel sand between your toes?

It’s hard to unlearn city life, but paying nature a visit is a wonderful reminder that life is about more than deadlines, notifications, and working to schedules. Nature can help us go back to basics, recharge, and enjoy what’s most important.

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Yet, going on holiday is easier said than done, especially if you’ve got kids. Between getting the time off and sorting out your gear (Is your tent waterproof? Did you check if the campsite has cooking facilities?) it can feel like more of a minefield than your daily grind. Making sure you’re properly insured — and paying only for the cover you need — can feel like a headache you just don’t have time for.

That’s where we come in. At Shield Insurance, we believe in providing full support for holidaymakers, from providing your initial quote to de-mystifying jargon and terminology. Let us take care of the fiddly stuff, so you can focus on your holiday.

Learn more about how we can help you plan a headache-free getaway. Start with our information for caravan ownerstouring caravan ownersmotorhome ownersstatic caravan owners, and those packing tents.

To get in touch with us directly, click here to request a call back.

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