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.
Sexual orientation can change, most women say — Forever 39 Podcast
A survey finds that women are generally accepting of sexual fluidity in other women, but their opinions change when it comes to men.
When it comes to kids, here’s what you shouldn’t waste your money on — Forever 39 Podcast
If you're a parent and you're looking to save some money, don't spend your money on these eight things.
More men are ‘marrying up’ than women — Forever 39 Podcast
As more highly educated women increase their earning potential, men are finding themselves being left behind.
Do you freak out when the doorbell rings? — Forever 39 Podcast
Admit it ... you get pretty uncomfortable when your doorbell rings or you hear a knock on the door.
Why we’re ‘sitting ourselves to death’ — Forever 39 Podcast
In 2014, a doctor made headlines when he said "sitting is the new smoking."
Unlimited vacation time … yay or nay? — Forever 39 Podcast
The number of companies offering unlimited vacation time in the U.S. is just 1 to 2 percent, according to a report by the Society for Human Resource Management.
More Americans feeling stressed by their devices — Forever 39 Podcast
Are you stressing yourself out by constantly checking your emails, texts, and social media pages?
Don’t call your spouse your best friend — Forever 39 Podcast
Aside from being the love of your life, the father of your child, your life partner, and your lover ... why does your husband also has to be your best friend?
Shopping: The retail stores and websites we can’t get enough of — Forever 39 Podcast
From HomeGoods to Postmark, what stores are your favorites?
Job satisfaction drops at age 35 … but there’s an upside — Forever 39 Podcast
A recent study reveals that 16 percent of workers between the ages of 35 to 54 admit they're unhappy in their jobs.