We now have our own podcast! We called it Magnificent Midlife so it would travel the world better! Hope you love it!
Top tips to help get your love-life back on track during and after menopause.
Why do we believe beauty is the exclusive domain of youth? Rachel Lankester says we should start appreciating the beauty of mature women in all their glory.
Single and enjoy live music? No problem! Here are Suzi Grant’s top tips for how to enjoy gigs on your own. No need to miss out!
Top tips for how to survive a divorce emotionally when it’s your husband who wants to end the marriage and you’re in shock.
Your career is what you’re paid for, your calling is what you’re made for. How to find meaning and follow your dreams in midlife and beyond.
What it’s like dating in midlife and how to get back out on the market and have some fun in the quest to find a new romance.
Lisa Bowen says we need to stand up, reclaim our feminine power and empower others. The world needs the inherent wisdom of mature women.
Margaret Hart ponders feeling invisible in midlife and beyond, women she knew who certainly weren’t, and how sometimes it can be a good thing.
Burning up? Here’s all you need to know to deal with hot flashes/flushes and night sweats.
Become a model in your 40s? Why ever not? Rachel Peru shares her fabulous journey.
Sarah Cotton decided she needed a whole new way of eating not just another diet. She tells us how she got on.
It’s time to stop being ashamed of being menopausal or getting older. And we all need help from time to time.
Meet Caroline Jackson who’s built a portfolio of diverse businesses in midlife including an Indian restaurant, a company making bras for women with small breasts (Little Women) and a dive centre!
How Alana Kirk rediscovered her long-buried sensuality learning how to dance tango and finding her inner goddess in Argentina.
We talk to professional photographer Julie Lovegrove whose midlife overseas volunteering experience took her on a whole new business journey, leading fellow travelers on photography trips to Africa.
Bridget Frew on complicated family relationships, secrets, mental health, shame and coming to terms with the past.
Impossible as it may seem, you can have a good divorce – or at least not a terrible one! Here are our tips on how to have a good divorce.
Ever wondered if your kids speak a different language? Here’s a guide on how to understand teenagers. What they say and what they really mean.
Losing your mum is devastating. Tracey Herring writes movingly about mourning her mother and how she is coping day to day.
We talk to Ann Russell who worked as a nurse and midwife in the UK and Western Australia before becoming a novelist.
Don’t miss out on a trip because you don’t want to travel alone. Here’s how to stay safe and have fun when travelling solo.
Rachel Lankester talks about her experience of the anti-Trump protest in London and why she felt compelled to join.
How yoga and meditation can ease the messy middle of life and bring calm and fluidity to the day to day.
Bev Roberts tells how chronic illness lead her to becoming a well-being coach and writing a book to help other sufferers find hope.
Rachel Lankester takes us on a behind the scenes tour of her day modelling for Prima Magazine at the tender age of 51.