Bev Roberts tells how chronic illness lead her to becoming a well-being coach and writing a book to help other sufferers find hope.
Thought about taking some time out to volunteer abroad? Here’s why it could be a great idea!
Helen Pollock tells how she went from language learning and PR to setting up a school specializing in teaching children Mandarin.
Shawna Barnes is livid about the change to net neutrality in the US and she hopes it can spur us all on to be more courageous.
Rosemary Bointon writes about how important it is we exercise our brains as we age and the joy of lifelong learning.
Pamela Sommers shares tips on how to change your mindset and follow your dreams no matter what age you are.
Rachel Lankester writes about stepping outside her comfort zone on an outdoors adventure.
Jennifer Milius swapped corporate life for being an author, coach and motivational speaker. She tells us all about it.
Walker Thornton talks about her mission to help older women find the resources and inspiration to live fully expressed sexual lives.
Nanette Irvine shares her mission to help women build self confidence and her own midlife journey from pharmaceutical sales to psychology to coaching.
We talk to Gill Pawley who turned her life around and found new purpose setting up Inkpots, helping children and young people tell stories through words and pictures in writing workshops.
How can you become a mentor to a younger person? Amanda Ruiz tells us all about her year as a Cherie Blair mentor to a young entrepreneur from Pakistan.
How Mary Mayfield decided to live a year of adventure, recreating her own life rather than borrowing from her now grown-up children’s.
We talk to brand storyteller Melissa Talago who discovered walking at 40 and has set up a global community to connect and inspire women walkers in midlife and beyond.
How cancer survivor Louise Ennis found purpose through adversity, reinvented herself, took up running and began transforming the lives of other survivors.
How Jane Hoggar came to write Chemo Summer, a very personal, no-holds-barred account of her chemotherapy experience and breast cancer journey.
Rachel Lankester writes about the day she finally met her idol, Tao Porchon-Lynch, and the inspiring life lessons she has to share.
All about millie lingerie, the company making beautiful bras for women after breast cancer. Supporting and making women feel beautiful again.
The joy of discovering sport in midlife and the renewed sense of self-confidence in doing stand-up paddleboarding in the sea.
A look at Kate Domaille’s path to becoming a Humanist celebrant in midlife and how a Humanist funeral can be a welcome alternative to a religious one.
An interview with Louise Coppin who has dedicated her life to dog rescue in the Alentejo region of Portugal, giving canines a new lease of life, often after they’ve suffered abuse.
Claudia Cevenini tells us about her journey from music marketing executive to life as a chef, via Milan, London and Los Angeles.
Sue Pringle is on a mission to enable women to have gorgeous lingerie after breast cancer. The first prototype from Millie Lingerie is in development.
Alice Prier shares her journey from costume design, to her own fashion business, to passing on her pattern cutting skills to the younger generation.
The amazing Sister Madonna Buder is still competing in triathlons at 86 years of age. She’s the running, biking, swimming Iron Nun. What’s your excuse?
We talk to former politician and inveterate campaigner Laura Willoughby who went teetotal and now inspires others to quit or moderate their drinking.
Paris-based finance specialist turned nutritionist Charlotte Debeugny talks about her passion for good food and promoting health and well being.
Hattie Hasan, founder of the first national network for women plumbers, talks about her journey in male-dominated plumbing, and changing the world.
DIY website expert Alannah Moore talks about helping people get over their fear of website building by cutting out the technical gobbledegook!
Zoe Philpott tells the story behind her fabulous immersive one-woman show celebrating Ada Lovelace, who created the first computer programme in 1843.
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