Kelly Vero explains how Pilates has transformed her life in her 40s and talks about the changes it has made to her body and self image.
A look at the benefits of a Lasting Power of Attorney for ageing parents and why it’s better to discuss it sooner rather than later.
You no longer have to have a funeral. You could just plan a direct cremation and then get your mates to have a party later. Why not do a David Bowie?!
Judith Henry writes incredibly movingly about planning her Mom’s funeral in her hospital room, to the surprise of her mother’s nurse. Beautiful.
An anonymous midlifer laments the current state of play and where she fits in it all. Is this all there is for however much time she has left?
Are your eyes itchy, burning, or blurry? Shoulders ache from hunching over a computer? Are you checking your phone constantly? Time for a digital detox!
The wonderfully inspiring Felicity Gibson talks honestly about her struggles with body confidence in a life after breast cancer.
Our review of new play Sket at the Park Theatre in London about the contentious subject of sexting. Director Prav MJ also talks about why it’s important.
Carla Stockton highlights job search age discrimination in an open letter to the latest in a line of young recruiters who rejected her.
Five career insights from Madeleine Kunin, former governor of Vermont, that women – and men – can use no matter what their profession.
It doesn’t have to be difficult with your daughter-in-law. Find out how to be a good mother-in-law from expert Dr Deanna Brann.
Everything you need to know about keeping teens safe online even though they know more than you and probably don’t want you involved!
Marcia Kester Doyle tells us what healthy habits in midlife we need to adopt to live long enough to see man land on Mars!
Lynne Parker ponders expectations of women as we age and how maturity gives us permission to be funny women, for the good of everyone.
Parents and Alzheimer’s – What it’s like when your parent (and you) are overcome by the devastating effects of this horrible disease.
If you don’t know what you’ve got, splitting assets in divorce can be a very complicated challenge. Here’s how to protect yourself and be better informed.
It’s hard to talk to loved ones about your funeral arrangements. But it pays to plan ahead to minimise disputes. And you never know what might happen!
Samantha Evans tells us why and how she’s having great sex in her late 40s and how she intends to continue doing so into her dotage!
Are you safe online? Here are our top tips on how to protect your personal information and keep you safe from identity fraud on the Internet.
Thinking ahead about caring for elderly parents will save money and heartache in the long term. Live-in care is one of several possible options.
Elen Stritch offers advice on how to divorce and keep it civilised, especially in midlife.
Care can be a tricky subject especially when it’s family. Here’s a different perspective on care options in old age and how best we can all plan for those.
Here’s Amy Schumer hosting Saturday Night Live and delivering a hilarious opening monologue which rips apart the cult of the Kardashians.
Author Lynnda Pollio reflects on life and how she got where she is, as she marks an important but surprising milestone, turning sixty.
Oscar Wilde said: “Youth is wasted on the young”. Enola Wright takes a light-hearted look at what she’s accumulated since her youth: experience.
Ashley Milne-Tyte looks at how women so often feel a need to ask permission before acting, unlike men who just get on with it.