June 2023 Newsletter

Graphic showcasing screenshots of new website for Senior 2 Senior Health Plans

Every month, I send an informational newsletter to my subscribers including healthy aging tips, Medicare and other insurance information, and more. You can see my latest email below, but I’d love to have you subscribe today so you can receive future months directly in your inbox!

I’m Excited to Share My New Website with You!

Hi, friend!

I hope this email finds you doing well and enjoying our beautiful late spring weather. My new website launched in May, and I love how it turned out.

I’m especially excited about the new “Did You Know” section where I’ll be continually adding a variety of tips and information about health insurance, life insurance, healthy aging, financial wellness, and more.

As always, if there is anything you’d like to learn more about, please let me know!

Call me at (804) 516-4822 if I can help you (or your family or friends) with your Medicare, supplemental insurance, or life insurance needs.

Thank you for trusting me to help you. I’m so glad to have you here with me.

– Leigh Battle

Scenic overlook view of Big Stone Gap in the Blue Ridge MountainsSpring Getaways to Chincoteague and Big Stone Gap

I’m grateful to have visited both Chincoteague and Big Stone Gap in Virginia this spring.

Chincoteague is as far east as you can go in Virginia, and Big Stone Gap (my hometown in the Blue Ridge Mountains) is as far west as you can go in Virginia. I enjoyed reflecting on my life while recognizing the unique similarities between these two vastly different landscapes.

I’m in the process of writing a short story about these adventures, and I can’t wait to share it with you. ❤️





Photo of Leigh Battle wearing a pretty green and yellow dress in an outdoor garden, while looking thoughtfully into the distance.Celebrate Juneteenth on June 19

One thing Juneteenth represents is the value of freedom. For me, freedom means the unrestricted opportunity to be the best version of myself that I can dream up.

I wanted the ability to make all the choices that are best for my family and me and to decide the pathway for my best life.

I’m willing to rise and fall on my decision and I don’t want others deciding my future.

That is why I am proud to say that I have worked as an entrepreneur for the past 35 years – for that I am grateful. I give honor to my mentors, my mother, and my aunt for paving the way.

I encourage each one of us to take a moment of our day to reflect upon the importance of this holiday. The enjoyable moments you have … imagine if you had been denied the freedom to decide your life’s path. Our perspective and appreciation for the importance of Juneteenth will be sharpened as each of us better understand how it changed the lives of those affected.




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