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Midlife doesn’t need to be a crisis. It’s never too late to pursue your dreams, change your vocation or try something new. Live the second half of your life with renewed passion and zest.
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Balancing our unmet expectations with our daily obligations comes to a head in midlife. The youthful question of ‘what do you want to be’ develops into a question of ‘how do you want to be as you grow older and what’s next’. Patricia Katz details a journey of exploration, how to increase your excitement, and open new paths. Find your kindling, light your fire and fan the flame.Watch
Confused and unfulfilled, shrinking back from taking action, feeling weak rather than strong, looking for change but not sure which direction to take. Become aware, take control and open the door to something new. Women in The Middle, Loving Life after 50.Play
Midlife doesn’t have to be a crisis, Midlife, when we embrace it, is about clearer priorities, self-appreciation, deepening relationships, perspective, and acceptance
Amanda Kuhnert for Medium
Determined to enjoy longer and healthier lives, two women researched the science to find the key. Here, they share what they discovered’
Susan Saunders and Annabel Streets for The GuardianRead Article
Postcards from Midlife Podcast
Join Lorraine and Trish as they consult the experts on parenting teenagers during the great midlife unravelling in this weekly podcast. Sharing their mid-life journeys, from the menopause to reinvention, and living with angst-ridden teens they cover it all.Go To Podcast
Magnificent Midlife Podcast
The Magnificent Midlife podcast celebrates women in midlife and beyond. We’re not over the hill or on a downward slope. In midlife we’re just getting started. Rachel talks all things midlife and shares fabulous stories of magnificent women doing very cool stuff.Play
Alternative Ageing Blog
A Rolling Stone Gathers No Moss !Read Here
The Rise and Rise of the Mamil.
An amusing piece for anyone with a mamil in their lives!
Rupert Englander for Medium