How best can you say ‘I love you’to a loved-one this December?
Just like that, we are getting close to the last month of the year! December is popularly known for the cheer, merry, colourful decors, and all-round festivities; the End of the Year Parties, ‘Detty’ December shows, Christmas Holiday, Boxing Day, and the New Year Eve that colourfully and gleefully heralds the sparkling New Year.
Conversely, it is also known for the end-of-year anxiety, last-minute worries as well as superstitiously associated with rising crimes and road accidents.
The season is always the busiest on our roads for obvious reasons and the tumultuous air of last ‘minute activities’ do little to help matters.
It is a season when many people are in haste to meet financial targets they have not attained since the beginning of the year; meet up with all the goals they have set for themselves, travel to places in their bucket list, scale-up businesses, tick off all the remaining boxes on their to-do-list for the year, and round off their yearlong hard work.
Most importantly, December heralds the globally celebrated Christmas holiday, which is unarguably the most remarkable season for giftings; many people (children, adults, aged), literally everyone suddenly become ‘planners’, looking to organising gifting exchanges, parties and surprises for classmates, friends, family, colleagues and loved ones. Here is our 2020 guide to gifting that transcends seasons.
Gifting, the world over, is an essential aspect of life; a way we communicate on an emotional affinity, and a ritual that solidifies relationships. Have you ever received a gift you did not really care for and wondered what to do with it? Do you have a favourite gift—something that someone gave you that touched you for its thoughtfulness and remains an eternal treasure? The truth is, knowing what to gift; when to gift; and how to gift, are superior skills that could keep us forever immortalised in the hearts of those we love.
In this part of the world, a lot of us are used to giving conventional gifts like money, food items, clothing, and other fancy material items. Although these gifts are always very much appreciated, it is high time we approached the concept of gifting with a creatively more in-depth approach. This December, how would you feel if your parent or a guardian-figure showed you how much he/she appreciates and values your presence by investing in your future via a unique gift? How will you feel if your significant-other proved that they love you by gifting you a legacy?
This period presents itself as that perfect time to express your love with the most thoughtful gift – the gift of insurance. It is the most unique way to say that ‘love no be for mouth’. It is not enough that we tell them how much they mean to us and how much we love them every day. Back up those words with decisive action. Insurance is a gift wrapped in assurance and guarantee that come what may, you and all that you treasure can remain financially secure.
To show that special person how much they mean to you, gift them a life insurance policy. The Leadway Lifestyle Protection Plan is the perfect Life assurance gift that speaks to the times. Leadway Assurance has designed this product to protect the future of the ones you love, uniquely. It will help them create wealth and maintain their lifestyle financially in the event of any specified unfortunate incident. This plan even covers COVID-19 death and critical illnesses.
The Leadway Lifestyle Protection Plan also enables the policyholder to protect himself/herself against future inflation by choosing escalating benefits. Amazing gift idea, right? Why don’t you proceed to know more about the Leadway Lifestyle Protection Plan right away?
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