Bad Hair Days Worth it with Aflac #SalonDuck

This review was made possible by iConnect Influencer Management and Aflac. All opinions, as always, are 100% my own.

We have all had our share of bad hair days. I have had more than I can count in my 40 years on this earth. But unlike some people I have not chosen to document those bad hair days with a photo. Instead I like to just try and forget about them.

Thankfully I am not a celebrity so if I have an especially bad hair day, there aren’t a bunch of people with cameras following me around, waiting to document my bad hair days and sharing them with the masses.

We all remember Britney Spear’s bad hair day. Expect hers lasted for a lot longer than day.

Britney Spears

And who can forget this too big hair style that Jennifer Lopez tried to rock?

J Lo

One of my most favorite bad hair days comes from a commercial. It is a couple of women talking about the new hairstylist and watching his latest creations. We see everything from a half shaved, half spiked hairstyle, to hair fashioned like a bird nest. My personal favorite is the haircut that features a line of hair made to look like paper dolls. Of course the women are horrified at their hairstyles.


But they overlook the horrible styles and stick around.

Why would anyone stick around to get a horrible hairstyle? Because the stylist is none other than the Aflac duck.

In the United States, Aflac is the leading provider of voluntary insurance at the work site. Aflac is different from health insurance; it’s insurance for daily living. If you are hurt or sick, Aflac unlike typical insurance does not pay doctors, hospitals or any other provider, they pay your directly. You can then use this payment to help with any out of pocket expenses. The benefits are predetermined and they are paid regardless of any other payments from insurance.

Supplemental insurance policies can help protect workers from high out-of-pocket costs that major medical insurance was never designed to cover. Many of these insurance policies pay cash benefits that can used for everyday living expenses. Use it to buy groceries, pay your rent, your electric bill, or even child care.

The benefit of Aflac is that they can pay claims in as little as one day. Because let’s face it, when you have a medical emergency, the last thing in the world you need to worry about is how you are going to pay your bills while you are sick. And not many can afford to wait for months until the claim is paid.


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Rachel Akers writes about crafts, recipes, and features the adventures of a family of 4. It is always crazy but I wouldn't change it for the world! Comments or questions? Talk to me on Facebook or Twitter or sign up for our RSS feed to have future articles delivered to your feed reader.