Health insurance is expensive but fitness coach and author Liz Josefsberg learned there are ways to lower your cost, and to make sure you are getting what you need at the same time. Plus her every day money tip to go to every restaurant you love, order what you want, and still reach your health goals.
In Liz's money story you will learn:
The things she learned about buying her own health insurance when she left Weight Watchers after being there for 11 years
Why she says that buying your own health insurance it's not as hard or scary as it seems
Why she was grateful to live a healthy lifestyle when looking at health insurance for herself
The reason she was able to get a lower health insurance rate because she was so healthy
How being healthy helped her to save more money than people her same age due to her lifestyle
In Liz’s money lesson you will learn:
How changing your health is easier than people make it to be
How making small shifts can make the biggest impact on your health
In Liz's everyday money tip you will learn:
How you can figure out a weight loss program that will work for your lifestyle
The tip she suggests to those that eat out more often than most due to meetings with clients
In My Take you will learn:
Let’s talk about working out. I love a $35 boutique fitness class as much as the next person (or maybe you don’t) but that is expensive and for a lot of us. Instead see if they offer a streaming option, which may be a fraction of the cost.
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