I'm trying Body Sculpting from iCryo; I'll be talking about my experience with it and after all my sessions are done (5 sessions) will update everyone with the results.
Here is what their website says:
"Reduce the appearance of cellulite, destroy fat and lose inches, all in 30 – 40 minutes. During a Body Sculpting session the skin is warmed then rapidly cooled. Results are immediate but we recommend 5 – 10 sessions for the best results."
Wish me luck!
Dustin Diamond -- best known for playing the lovable Samuel "Screech" Powers on the hit NBC sitcom, "Saved by the Bell" -- has died
In this episode I was going to talk about an Instagram video I saw from @MatthewCookeOfficial that was reposted by @CurtisLeeJamie; about what he calls a "Wake Up Call for Republican", but today I we will play the audio and we can talk and go over your comments on the next episode.
I've been gone for a while, but I'm back. I was under the impression creating this podcast was going to be easy and to my surprise is harder than it looks.
I'll try to bring you new content on a weekly basis, I promise I'll try.
Joseph A. Rivera, from New York Life, will join us today to talk about Life Insurance... Why do we need to have one? I don't have one, should I get it? Let's see...
Please send us your questions, we love hearing from you!
In this episode Joseph will talk to us a little about these two kinds of life insurance from New York Life:
Term Life Insurance
Protection for your short-term needs with a pathway for permanent coverage.
If you are looking for a simple entry into life insurance, this is the best way to go. Term life is exactly what it sounds like: protection for a set period. It is solid coverage and you can upgrade to a more permanent solution later if your life changes.
Whole Life Insurance
Lifetime protection that also builds cash value.
If you are looking for a policy that is guaranteed to grow and guaranteed to be there when you need it, this is it. Your policy builds cash value that you can access at any time for any reason*. And it is something to consider if you would like to add to your retirement savings as you go.
So my eldest sister has 3 kids because of this COVID-19 now her kids are 100% of the time at home and she's not happy about it, luckily she's has a very flexible schedule but how do parents with regular 9-5 do it? I know my sister super funny and unfiltered so I may have to bleep a few things out; we'll also be talking about the out of this world mask and PPE people are wearing!