By Allison Kugel
While the world may still be socially distancing, people are online now more than ever looking for connections and answers. The eighth season of MTV’s Catfish: The TV Show will go to the ends of the internet to find them. For the first time ever, Executive Producer and host Nev Schulman and co-host Kamie Crawford work together, remotely, to do what they do best: track down the truth.
This season, Nev and Kamie have their work cut out for them as they must play by new rules, encounter new obstacles and dive headfirst into the world’s “new normal” to uncover lies and potentially find true love.
Last year I interviewed Danielle Roberts, Medicare Specialist and Co-Founder of Boomer Benefits, an award-winning insurance agency for national insurance carriers. I had Danielle on the show because I thought it would be interesting to learn about Medicare. Even though I am ways away from retirement, this is information that we all need to know now so that we can make the right decisions to plan for our future. Also, as a generation X’er I have parents that are approaching that age and it feels good to be able to check in with them to make sure they are doing the right things when it comes to Medicare compliance. If you haven’t heard that interview Listen Now.
With the Covid19 virus disrupting life as we knew it, I thought it would be helpful to talk to Danielle about options for Baby Boomers who have been laid off and need some resources.
Joel Osteen on Coronavirus, Kanye West and Keeping the Faith
By Allison Kugel
In these uncertain times, we can all do our part to raise the vibration of this planet and initiate collective healing on a mass scale, and that goes beyond our first responders in the medical and safety fields to whom we owe a debt of gratitude that can never be repaid. Something as simple as a smile, a wave or asking someone how their day is going has healing ripple effects that are much needed. We all matter, and we must all do our part. Continue reading