Even though I’ve worked from home for years
with Medicare clients, this has been a strange
Social distancing doesn’t mean social isolation.
Watch this video to learn some of my tips.
This is the biggest shift we’ve had since 9/11
and you know it hasn’t been easy.
I’ve had to change my patterns and shake up the
way I work and live, but that’s been a good thing.
Here are some of things we can do to stay healthy
and connected during the Corona Virus Epidemic.
Call friends and family.
Use Skype, Facetime or WhatsApp to connect.
Take a free online class to keep your mind active,
here’s the link https://bit.ly/2UmfD76
Work in the yard.
Play a board game
Cook something new that you’ve never tried.
Ding Dong Ditch your neighbor…just kidding about that one 😉
The important things to remember: we are so much luckier than so many.
We have our homes, water, proper roads, electricity and food.
We do not live in a war zone and no one is shooting at us.
Perspective is so important during times of crises.
So reach out to those you love and if you have questions about Medicare
coverage, COVID-19 or anything related to healthcare, or your just need
to chat, check in with us at The Big 65. We promise to help.
The Big 65 Medicare Insurance Services does not offer every plan available in your area. Any information we provide is limited to those plans we do offer in your area. Please contact Medicare.gov or 1-800-MEDICARE to get information on all your options.