Annette and Megan are the hosts of Forever 39 — New Jersey 101.5's podcast about life at 40(ish!) in the Garden State. Annette is single, while Megan is married. Both of us have a wide social circle of friends and family, dealing with so many different issues, just like you.
What you learn when you leave New Jersey behind — Forever 39 Podcast
Once your a Jersey Girl, you're always a Jersey Girl ... even if you move miles away from the Garden State.
Fun date ideas for NJ couples — Forever 39 Podcast
From wine tasting to hiking, New Jersey offers countless experiences for couples.
1 in 5 romantic partners guilty of financial infidelity — Forever 39 Podcast
Over 30 percent of those in a relationship think that keeping a secret credit card or bank account is worse than cheating physically, according to CreditCards.com.
This is what turns us on in a man — Forever 39 Podcast
From a hairy chest to broad shoulders, we reveal the physical qualities we find most attractive in a man.
New Jersey 101.5 News — Flash Briefing for February 16 (Afternoon)
A report by the Federal Railroad Administration finds NJ Transit has installed so-called positive train control on less than 10 percent of its locomotives and cab-controlled cars, and most NJ Transit employees have not been trained to use it...
Dating while divorcing: How do you know if you’re ready? — Forever 39 Podcast
The questions you need to answer to determine if you're ready to start dating again.
Wardrobe capsule: Save yourself from clothes shopping — Forever 39 Podcast
Creating a seasonal wardrobe capsule is the perfect way to streamline your closet and save money in the process.
Has a friend ever ghosted you? — Forever 39 Podcast
Being ghosted by a friend can be as painful as a breakup.
The truth about e-cigarettes — Forever 39 Podcast
E-cigarettes claim to be the safer option to classic, nicotine-laden cigarettes, but are they really?
How to stop comparing your appearance to others — Forever 39 Podcast
No matter how old or wise we are, comparing our physical appearance to others never seems to go away.