This broadcast episode of Lying on the Beach, with TV personality Steve Greenberg and PR expert Lois Whitman-Hess, is a big eye-opener. Many American adults are leaving their jobs and daily lives for a more adventurous life. Hear all about it.
Loren Pomerantz is living the life so many of us dream of. At the age of 50, this New Yorker decided to give herself a gift that would change her life forever.
She joined a travel network called “Remote Year” that allows you to connect with other professionals who together work and live like locals from four to 12 months in exciting cities around the world.
Loren was at least 20 years older than most but that didn’t stop her blending into the group who were made up of people who live in different parts of the world and have jobs that allow them to work remotely in the digital age.
Loren is a successful public relations agent who represents companies in a variety of fields.
Most of us can’t imagine what it would be like to experience the life Loren led two years ago.
She is with us today to tell us all about it and how she has maintained this lifestyle on her own since the Remote Year ended. We are catching up with Loren in Stockholm where her evening is now our afternoon. Welcome Loren to Lying on the Beach.
I posted two quick videos below that feature Tom Brokaw, the well known, and well respected, NBC TV broadcaster, addressing how smartphones and social media will impact the Presidential impeachment process. It’s good to be reminded how the world has changed since Nixon was forced out of office. Technology could possibly speed up the process.
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We are about to see the future unfold right in front of us over the next few months. CVS is going to use drones to deliver medication to customers in rural areas. If that works, expect to see drones flying over your head everywhere.
CVS is partnering with UPS on this pilot program. UPS recently received a Federal Aviation Administration certificate to make limited drone deliveries.
Walgreens is also testing drones. The pharmacy chain picked Christiansburg, Virginia as the first area to experience a drone delivery service. Walgreens selected Wing, the drone delivery company operated by Alphabet, Google’s parent company. The drones are flying packages up to five pounds. Deliveries will be made to the front or back yards of homes.
Be the first to take a photo of the initial drone deliveries in your neighborhood. It’s going to be very valuable one day.