Short term insurance, meanwhile, is already a gray area, filling a need when people are between “real” coverage but not well supported or regulated.
Or see a doctor for insomnia and get a prescription?
Do I have to pay out of pocket, then get reimbursed by the company? What I really want is for someone to just tell me I’m covered for everything I want; someone to walk me through it and convince me.
I bought it for the novelty factor the first time (how can they be charging this much? I can’t say for certain that I enjoy the taste more or that it’s any healthier.
It’s claim to being “organic” is bold and central, but it’s no less so than the others.
(Especially in an industry I’m already skeptical about – I think most private health insurance companies are going to try not to pay claims, or at least make it a big hassle…
but because of the US healthcare system’s ridiculous pricing for emergency care, I know I must be covered or I could end up being royally screwed.) The problem: travel insurance only covers you 100 miles away from your home city, and mostly abroad, but we’re in the states right now.Similarly, wine drinkers will enjoy their glass more if told it’s a very expensive bottle of fine wine.With the Kombucha, I’m more likely to sip it slow and try to recognize precisely how this bottle is twice as good as the others (even though I’m fairly certain it’s not even my favorite drink, the experience of drinking a bottle of Kombucha, and of being the type of person who spends that much on fizzy sweet tea with live cultures, is worth paying for.Although I have had some success, I’m also sure things aren’t going as well as they could be going.Recently I had my sites audited (got feedback from experts and users) to find out how to improve.The issue that came up repeatedly, is that my visible and obvious lack of confidence made me appear untrustworthy.