Lots of tips and ideas for how you can develop your creativity especially during a global pandemic when our mind is the most free part of us!
A personal list of the best podcasts for women in midlife – lots of audio gold here if you’re curious and love to laugh and learn.
Here is a list of 41 big and small projects to bring you purpose, joy and fun when self-isolating.
Easy tips for how to declutter using this highly practical guide to help you get organized and sort your stuff out!
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!
Incontinence expert, Elaine, talks about her Edinburgh fringe comedy show Gusset Grippers and her mission to stop us all leaking. It’s a hilarious ride!
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.
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!
Want to try growing fruit and vegetables at home? Here are top tips from the green-fingered Avril Broadley who has her very own secret garden.
Manon Bradley, world champion powerlifter and world record holder tells us why powerlifting is so great for maintaining optimal health as we age.
The Mutton Club will be treking outside its collective comfort zone & raising money for charity on the 2017 DofE Adventure in the Peak District! Join us!
Qigong master Katherine Allen tell us how Qigong can improve posture, stability and energy, and why it makes sense to practise this holistic Chinese exercise to promote enhanced longevity.
A review of The Sandwich Years by Alana Kirk, a memoir of the writer’s own experience of looking after small children at the same time as caring for her elderly mother.
Christine Webber, author of Who’d Have Thought It ponders the curious absence of midlife women in novels and how she felt compelled to challenge that.
A review of the fabulous Magnificence in Midlife & Beyond event held in London on 12 November 2016. The Muttoneers had a blast!
Karen Seekings tells us what natural foods you can find if you go foraging in the woods in the autumn in the UK. A veritable treasure trove!
A very personal review of the Netflix show Grace and Frankie by Carla Stockton. If you haven’t seen it yet this show is well worth watching!
Get a dose of feminine insight, inspiration and fun! Find your way to Magnificence in Midlife & Beyond on Saturday 12 November. Join us in Shoreditch, London.
Lynne Parker ponders expectations of women as we age and how maturity gives us permission to be funny women, for the good of everyone.
Get the girls together for a poker night. Get some nibbles and drinks in, and get ready to giggle. It really is a great night in
A review of the magnificent retrospective of Chinese artist Ai Weiwei’s work at the Royal Academy in London.
In the first instalment of her mini course, Photography 101, written especially for the Mutton Club, Rebecca LaChance takes us back to basics, for far from basic results.
Getting on your bike can be exhilarating and is great exercise. Here are our top tips for cycling, enjoying the experience and staying safe.
Volunteering is more doable than you might think Ever thought you didn’t have time for volunteering, with all your other commitments? There are actually…
Mutton can be more tender and delicious than the finest lamb if you know how to treat it properly. Sound familiar? And a sheep only…