We don’t stop falling in love and having sex when we get older, but society doesn’t like to admit that. Gudrun Frerichs says we should celebrate mature love!
How Alana Kirk rediscovered her long-buried sensuality learning how to dance tango and finding her inner goddess in Argentina.
What you still may not know about sex and why talking and learning in midlife is still important for a great sex life long term.
Why do we believe beauty is the exclusive domain of youth? Rachel Lankester says we should start appreciating the beauty of mature women in all their glory.
How Mary Mayfield decided to live a year of adventure, recreating her own life rather than borrowing from her now grown-up children’s.
Vanessa Vinos writes about how she trusted her gut and said no to a potentially golden opportunity!
How cancer survivor Louise Ennis found purpose through adversity, reinvented herself, took up running and began transforming the lives of other survivors.
How Elaine Rizzo went through the pain of infertility, to finally experiencing the joy of adopting her daughter Amy from China.
How Jane Hoggar came to write Chemo Summer, a very personal, no-holds-barred account of her chemotherapy experience and breast cancer journey.
All about millie lingerie, the company making beautiful bras for women after breast cancer. Supporting and making women feel beautiful again.
Alana Kirk writes about her own experience of being in the sandwich generation caring for both her kids and her elderly mother.
A look at Kate Domaille’s path to becoming a Humanist celebrant in midlife and how a Humanist funeral can be a welcome alternative to a religious one.
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.
Margaret Hart ponders feeling invisible in midlife and beyond, women she knew who certainly weren’t, and how sometimes it can be a good thing.
Alana Kirk writes about her plan to make 2017 her year of saying yes – to anything and everything and especially what she’d often say no to.
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!
An anonymous writer tells of giving up on celibacy after a long and painful journey, and finally accepting her gay sexuality, with God’s blessing.
Ever wondered if your kids speak a different language? Here’s a guide on how to understand teenagers. What they say and what they really mean.
The What Women Want 2.0 survey is seeking a million women to answer the question: what do you want? And so change the world! Have your say!
Sue Pringle is on a mission to enable women to have gorgeous lingerie after breast cancer. The first prototype from Millie Lingerie is in development.
Avril Broadley never wanted a child and is delighted her gorgeous dog fills the hole in her life more usually reserved for one.
Margaret Hart tells us of her difficult journey from marriage to a man to loving a woman in later life. She’s happier now than she’s ever been.
The amazing Sister Madonna Buder is still competing in triathlons at 86 years of age. She’s the running, biking, swimming Iron Nun. What’s your excuse?
Building confidence can be as easy as changing those limiting behaviours that hold you back. Here are some easy tips to help you up your game.
How to get the best orgasm, especially as we get older, using imagination, lube, toys and other products to help get us going!