We’re all about challenging stereotypes for older women. Here are our most empowering podcasts that do that.
When a pet dies, the grief can be intense, but it’s not often something we talk about much.
When sexism and ageism combine, it has a huge impact, especially on women’s healthcare. How can women tackle gendered ageism?
New research reveals how the cost of living crisis is affecting us, both financially and from a health perspective.
Looking after the planet needn’t be hard. Here are easy ways to save the environment through changing our daily habits.
There’s so much to be gained from learning how to simplify life. For ourselves, our families and the planet.
Midlife is peak imposter syndrome for women! Here’s how to ditch it and stop doubting yourself. Life’s too short and the world needs us!
How to stop unresolved issues from holding you back. Because life’s too short and healing and acceptance are good for everyone!
How age discrimination shows up especially for women at work and what employees and workplaces can do about that.
A look at what would benefit from financial planning in midlife – life events, family needs, moving house, travel retirement etc.
Tips for how to avoid becoming a white savior when travelling overseas.
Being childless not by choice can be devastating. Here’s one woman’s journey through grief to creating a meaningful life without children.
Never a fan of charity or vintage shops, it took a long time for this writer to finally realize she could shop second hand online!
The pandemic has linked ageism and Covid inextricably. We need to fight ageist discrimination and here are ideas on how to do that.
Avril Broadley shares all about her weekly canal clean-up. It’s totally empowering to effect change, no matter how small, or niche.
When someone close dies, you’re often in shock. Here’s a list of what to do which will help get you through this difficult time.
Understanding why Black lives matter is so much more than saying you’re not racist. Kwavi Agbeyegbe reminds us of the obligation to speak up.
It can be really hard talking about death with loved ones but not impossible. Here’s a palliative care doctor to tell us how to do it better.
An extensive list of Black Lives Matter resources and information so we can all get educated about anti-Black racism.
An evolving list of coronavirus help, resources and information – all in one easily accessible place to support you at this difficult time.
Women’s health services are often the poor relation to those of men. Here’s a look at why that absolutely has to change.
How the F-Rating came to be and why it’s so important if we’re to increase the number of films written or directed by women.
With an environmental catastrophe looming, it’s time for each and every one of us to step up and do what we can to make a difference.
Rachel Lankester talks about her experience of the anti-Trump protest in London and why she felt compelled to join.
Fiona Hotson Moore says more needs to be done to get more women on boards and in senior executive roles in quoted companies.
Campaigner Kath Sansom explains why a mesh implant is the very worst solution for urinary incontinence and what you can do instead.
Rachel Lankester rues the day the UK voted to leave the EU and looks at the impact it will have on British young people and their fellow Europeans.
Tips for dealing with the stress associated with financial problems later in life. How to help yourself and avoid potential pitfalls.
Pam Kenworthy reflects on how International Women’s Day is an opportunity to look at how we can all fight to change continuing inequality concerning women.
Rachel Lankester writes about her day on the Women’s March on Washington and why she believes now is the time for women to stand up and really make a difference.
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