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.
Our ultimate VIP experiences revealed — Forever 39 Podcast
Whether it's a backstage pass to the Oscars or a five star African safari, we've all dreamed up some pretty lavish VIP experiences!
Dating in our 40s: Calling all the good guys — Forever 39 Podcast
The dating scene at any age can be a real drag, but there's no doubt dating in your 40s comes with a whole different set of circumstances.
Only children and sibling relationships: We compare childhoods — Forever 39 Podcast
For those of us that didn't grow up with a sibling, there's a genuine curiosity about sibling bonds, sibling rivalry ... basically all things siblings!
Family Fun in NJ: 27 activities for your ‘bucket list’ — Forever 39 Podcast
Looking for something fun the whole family can enjoy? New Jersey Family reveals it's ultimate bucket list for families.
Trouble with the in-laws? Here’s some tips to help — Forever 39 Podcast
If you've got a difficult relationship with your in-laws, there's some guidelines that might help smooth things over.
How employees waste about 490 minutes per week at work — Forever 39 Podcast
Americans are wasted a lot of time while at work, according to a recent OfficeTeam survey.
Living with OCD — How it affects each of us (Forever 39 Podcast)
Obsessive compulsive disorder impacts 2.2 million U.S. adults.
The worst customer service annoyances — Forever 39 Podcast
Whether at a retail establishment or over the phone, customer service workers can sometimes do things that we all find annoying.
Top chocolate candies revealed — Forever 39 Podcast
Chocolate sales continue to increase in the U.S., and could hit 25 billion in 2019.
Find out if you can pass the U.S. citizenship test in 10 questions — Forever 39 Podcast
The pass rate for the naturalization test is 91 percent, according to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Would you qualify?