OK, so this kind of has a double edged sword because we all know that health gradually starts detiorating past the 30 year mark (especially for women). Although, I’ll be damned if that’s going to stop me from working hard to reverse that! Osteopenia no more!
However, the one great thing about maturing, and having a great job is when you go from having a $5,000 yearly deductible to a deductible that barely exists at all. In fact, I’ve had dinners that were more expensive than the deductible I have to pay at my new job. I like to think that with my thirties comes more and more luxuries like these.
No more not going to the doctor because I’m afraid they’re going to run tests that will cause me to go bankrupt. No more of Jock not being able to get surgery on his knee because we could go bankrupt. Nope, this is adult health insurance for adults, and I’m damn proud to be an adult.
Not so proud to be an American in this instance because I’m sure the Brits reading this can’t relate at all. But definitely proud to have the best of the best health insurance entering my thirties. Good bye twenties, and all the health scares that I could never treat!