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.
How mindfulness can quieten the over-active mind, and bring peace and contentment to the most stressed of us.
Rachel Lankester ponders how it must be nice to have religious faith especially when grieving and how we can adapt to more death in our lives as we age.
Thought about taking some time out to volunteer abroad? Here’s why it could be a great idea!
Find out all about the Mutton Club’s evening at the UK Blog Awards! It was a fantastic night.
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!
Jane Gordon reviews this new novel about friends in their 50s navigating the strange new political climate of the present day and their own complicated lives.
Have a secret dream? Rachel Gregory tells us how she began wild swimming and how she now longs to get in the water whenever she can!
Gul Berna Ozcan writes about letting her hair go white over a summer! She dyed it to roughly her natural shade and then let her own colour grow out.
Rachel Lankester writes about finally getting to be a guest on BBC Woman’s Hour and talking about her positive experience of menopause and midlife in general.
Helen Pollock tells how she went from language learning and PR to setting up a school specializing in teaching children Mandarin.
Meriel Rose reviews this guide to successful dating in the modern world. If you’ve been out of the game for a while, check this out!
Sue Loncaric thinks we should challenge ourselves whatever stage of life we are at. She should know. She ran her first marathon at 55!
Anna Vuoti shares her experience of online dating and encourages us more mature women to be confident and have fun online.
It’s so easy sometimes to get stuck in a negative spiral isn’t it! Here are our top tips to get you back on track when your mojo has gone walkabout.
We talk to Helen Lees who took her passion for the brewing industry and turned it into her own business, MyPubGroup.
Lisa Bowen says we need to stand up, reclaim our feminine power and empower others. The world needs the inherent wisdom of mature women.
Pamela Sommers shares tips on how to change your mindset and follow your dreams no matter what age you are.
Rachel Lankester writes about her love of gospel singing, despite being a non-believer, and what an important part of her midlife toolkit it is.
Josie Lloyd extols the virtues of the quintessential shabby chic British way of life and entreats us not to waste time on perfection as life is short.
Rachel Lankester writes about her mixed feelings about the festive season and learning to let go and embrace her inner Scrooge.
Fibromyalgia can be a crippling condition. Beth McIntosh shares how she copes in her battle with fibromyalgia every day of her life.
Losing your mum is devastating. Tracey Herring writes movingly about mourning her mother and how she is coping day to day.
The end of life is always hard. But it’s still better to talk about what’s to come. Helen Calder shares her list of topics to discuss with those at the end of life.