What do we mean by Life On ice?
You’re probably not aware of it, but from the moment you’re born, your life is touched by ice. Every day, it helps you make calls, chat over the web, get your emails answered, transactions accomplished, and your voice mails returned.
Your parents register your birth.
Fast forward 4 years… you listen with your mom, fingers crossed, to the ‘snow day’ school cancellations.
In no time, you’re booking your road test for your driver’s license.
Whoops – now you’re paying your parking tickets.
Great news - you find out you received the scholarship you applied for!
You keep track of your finances while you’re away at school…but you also play the lottery from time to time.
Graduation and your first ‘real’ job – but it involves commuting and there’s always construction on the major routes into work. Luckily there’s a number you can call to identify an alternate route.
Mom is excited…you’ve met THE ONE. You need a license to get married.
Now it’s time to grow your family…say hello to life insurance.
Life is very busy now - you do what you can to make the most of your time, including ordering a lot of pizza, and paying your enormous Visa and MasterCard bills via your mobile phone.
Finally, you’re ready to buy your first home – time to arrange a building inspection. It passed! You pay your property taxes over the phone, and have just about enough money left to subscribe to the newspaper.
Financial turmoil…you access social benefits when you lose your job due to downsizing. You register for a class to refresh your skills and improve your resume.
You eagerly listen to job postings. Soon enough you land a new job that doesn’t require a commute – you can work from home!
You support your aging parents and connect them with Senior Assistance.
By now, the whole family is due for a vacation. You each get a new passport…without the lineups!
Your eldest child announces that you’re going to be a grandparent. Life on ice starts all over again.
ice enables all of these everyday activities that make up our journey through life. This is your Life On ice.