Seg. 1: Media And The Midwest | Seg. 2: Retirement Living Options
Segment 1: A memo from journalists in the Midwest: Stop calling us flyover country
A recent blog by Peggy Lowe offered advice to coastal media outlets who continually use clichés when covering life and culture in states like Iowa, Missouri and Oklahoma. The article struck a cord with other regional journalists and they agree, there's a few things fellow reporters living elsewhere should know. Not everyone in the Midwest is a farmer, try a Mexican restaurant instead of a diner for local opinions, and journalists here are happy to help beyond just giving you their sources.
- Peggy Lowe, reporter for KCUR and investigative producer for APM Reports
- Kristofor Husted, senior reporter for KBIA in Columbia
- Jackie Fortier, health care reporter for StateImpact Oklahoma
Segment 2, beginning at 23:30: Advice for deciding where you live when your working years are done.
There are a number of options when it comes to living arrangements in retirement. Aging in place, a continuing care community, even moving in with adult children are all options but no matter the choice, it's a good idea to start planning before your last day of work. The Smart Money Experts walked through what these various selections entail so you know the factors to consider.