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Midlife can be sh*t . . . am I right?!? But midlife is also a wonderful time of discovery, fulfillment, reinvention and more! Join Valerie Albarda, a woman on a mission to show other midlife+ women that this chapter in our lives can be filled with more than the dreaded crisis. With Midlife-A-Go-Go, you’ll get the good, the bad AND the ugly, because that’s how life is! Whether flying solo or chatting with special guests, Valerie will have candid discussions on menopause, relationships, fitnes ...
 
Liminal Podcast is for people trying to learn how to deal with life when the rug gets pulled from under your feet. Join Gordon and Joe on their journey into liminal space, as they speak frankly and honestly with friends and experts about their experiences, and ways to deal with change in a healthy way, be that through humour, self-care, science, or spirituality.
 
Join us on the Change Work Life podcast and let’s beat those Sunday evening blues! If the prospect of yet another five days at work gives you a sinking feeling on a Sunday evening, the Change Work Life podcast is for you. Through interviews with ordinary people who have taken action to change the path of their career, and the career coaches who helped them, host Jeremy Cline explores the changes you can make to enjoy a better working life, whether these changes are small alterations to day-t ...
 
Take a seat around the community fire to hear inspiring stories with host Kathy Robinson, author of The Athena Principles, Simple Wellness Practices for Overworked Professionals. Reclaim your warrior spirit, rekindle your passion and explore your mind, body and spirit in a safe, uplifting space. Once a successful corporate executive, Kathy followed her own passion and built a business including wellness and business coaching, women’s writing and meditation circles, speaking, blogging and pod ...
 
Nicola Lucie, Shamanic Shadow Work for Women at The Feminine Principle, explores the hidden side of the female psyche. Through her work, she supports talented professional women who are experiencing a midlife crisis and are struggling with discomforting emotions, anxiety and stress linked to uncomfortable memories from wounding and trauma. When they work with me, they break free of the ghosts from the past and start to live a life full of power, freedom with a clear sense of purpose and inne ...
 
Episodes help Midlife Women with health, relationships, confidence and finances. Interviews with Experts or Jean sharing her experience PATTERN INTERRUPT - Brief talks by Jean about the unseen effects of the COVID-19 Lock-down on our lives now and into the future. She predicts the consequences will fall most heavily on Midlife Women but provide them with great opportunities too.
 
Is the realization you are officially “middle aged” totally screwing with your head? Does the fact that all the favorite bands of your youth are now doing “reunion tours” give you a paradoxical feeling of joyful melancholy? Does realizing you can’t lecture your kid about their tattoos and/or piercings without them bringing up yours give you a headache? Wondering how in the hell you are still out marching about the same bullshit you were back in your Riot Grrrl days? Well you are not alone! L ...
 
The Empowered Wife Podcast is all about fixing your relationship without your man's conscious effort, even if it seems completely hopeless. Guests share how they fixed their marriages to men with anger issues, narcissism, alcohol abuse, verbal abuse, midlife crisis, affairs, physical abuse and more using the Connection Framework and the 6 Intimacy Skills. Every show highlights the worst relationship advice of the week, reveals the very common mistakes that everybody seems to be making and sh ...
 
Hosted by Imi Barneaud, entrepreneur and mum, The Oceanriders Podcast is a series of weekly conversations with creatives, entrepreneurs, thinkers and dreamers who also happen to be surfers. Surfers from all walks of life share how surfing has affected their lifestyle and careers. Guests share how they have crafted or landed their dream job: a job that enables them to chase waves. Find out how you can too...
 
Hosted by Doryn Wallach, It's Not A Crisis is a podcast for women in their late 30s and 40s who are navigating the joys and challenges of life and learning to make the most of it. With each episode, Doryn invites a different expert to join her in offering their best advice. Topics will include positive thinking, hormone health, sexual health, growing with your partner, style, tweens/teen advice, small business advice, dating after divorce, finding yourself, beauty and much more! Listeners ca ...
 
Does the advice ‘just follow your passion’ make you tired or are you weary of seeing middle aged women portrayed as helpless victims of their hormones? You’re not a Millennial, but you’re also not over the hill yet. Do you find yourself somewhere more in the...middle? Then join Lana, Jen, and Tara, who offer a fresh, positive take on mid life--because it’s not a crisis! Sandwiched between boomers and millennials, this podcast is for Gen Xers who know midlife isn’t about trying to look like t ...
 
Have you found yourself wondering, “Is there something more?” Have you ever asked yourself, “I need a change but where do I start? I was born for something more than this, but what?” “There’s more in me that I’m not fulfilling and living out…but where do I even begin?” Yea, we’ve been there before, too. Welcome to DREAM ON Podcast, a podcast designed for people who want to turn their “good”, “fine” and even mediocre life in for one that is GREAT – a life that is actualized and full of utiliz ...
 
This podcast is developed for an audience who are interested in characters who are successful by being different, outsiders, creative thinkers in business and in life. Our listeners are interested in their own future potential through deep learning, human endeavour, achievement and who particularly enjoy inspirational stories that challenge the status quo.
 
YSiG is a podcast that explores what treasures we can mine from the lowest moments of our lives. From the micro to the macro; ie a most embarrassing moment to a full blown midlife crisis. There is always something we can first find humor in... and then alchemize the rest from traumatic to wisdom. Yeah, you just might find enlightenment! If not... you'll definitely find permission, that you don't need, to fully integrate your most unlovable traits and shameful stories of your own. Your spinou ...
 
Set in Florence's Anglo-American colony in the late 19th century, this is a romantic story of a middle-aged man, returning to the scene of his first but disappointed love twenty years earlier. The doings of Americans abroad were staples of the fictions of Henry James and Edith Wharton, but Howells’s view is rather different. As John Updike has said of it, “the felicity of the writing makes us pause in admiration….A midlife crisis has rarely been sketched in fiction with better humor, with ge ...
 
Are you struggling to get your wife back? Marriage on the brink of divorce? The only one trying to save the relationship and keep the family together? Stephen Waldo from Husband Help Haven shares powerful insights based on his experiences with over 2,500 men going through separation. Advising men going through separation since 2011, he has seen marriages saved from a wife wanting separation, wife having a physical affair (or emotional affair), wife going through a midlife crisis, facing divo ...
 
Motivation, positivity, goals, passions and giving love are all necessary to live the life you want and to truly have and find your happiness. Don't wait to have a midlife crisis to actual live... Live everyday, love everyday, and just live your life ..... no seriously Live your life
 
Like hearing three Renaissance men talk about relationships, smoking meat, fantasy sports, and dare I say the cliche...life? Need a break from the kids every few weeks? Some call Brett, Dan, and Matt “heroes”, “superstars”, or even “the hot dads gang”. However, no one calls them late for dinner, and if we are being honest, it is mainly because they are the ones cooking dinner. Dads’ Dugout is a show for guys who are just trying to figure out this parenting thing. Hell, it's for anyone trying ...
 
The Seattle Public Library celebrates the written word through literary and humanities programs, including readings and talks by local, national and international authors, Seattle Reads, and the annual Washington State Book Awards, American history lecture, and Living History or Living Literature series.
 
This is Shakespeare's dutiful tribute to one of the most imposing and terrifying rulers in European history. The kingdom trembles as the giant monarch storms through his midlife crisis, disposing of the faithful Katharine of Aragon and starting a new life and, the king hopes, a line of succession with the captivating young Anne Bullen. Unlike his predecessors, Henry has no doubt about the security of his tenure on the throne, and dominates the royal court with absolute authority. The extent ...
 
Swimmers of all backgrounds and abilities share inspiring stories of how swimming has made an impact in their lives. If you are one of these people and are willing to share your story, contact us through the website at https://flip-turns.com
 
HMS Relapse is a behind the scenes look at Holmberg’s Morning Sickness. If you've ever wanted to know what happens when the mics are off, HMS Relapse is the show for you! Enjoy the best moments from that week’s show, exclusive interviews with cast and their guests, and hear everything Holmberg and the gang wanted to say but couldn't. Hosted by Jeremy Thomas.
 
CNA Lifestyle's May Seah and local entertainment's biggest celebrities chat about life, party tricks and everything in between – over video calls, in the spirit of the times. An episode drops every Sunday - subscribe so you don't miss an episode. CNA Podcasts can be found on the CNA website and App and on Spotify and iTunes. This podcast was recorded in August 2020.
 
The Anxiety Hour is a program where we meet and profile interesting people, and explore parts of their lives that aren’t always seen. In short we’re asking, what are you afraid of? But more broadly, we're aiming to break out of the usual mental health conversations to highlight our shared experiences and feelings. Now, at this point it sounds kind of heavy, but trust us mental health isn’t always sad. Often it’s weird, funny, frustrating and even uplifting.
 
You can build a profitable business while making a positive difference - and this podcast proves with every episode that you can give a damn about something bigger than the “bottom line” and succeed! Tune in for inspiring, insightful interviews with successful small business owners who are making it happen every day. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Ada Calhoun's Book Why Can't We Sleep? was an instant New York Times bestseller. Gen X women are finding it hauntingly and painfully and upliftingly familiar. Gen X women are ... unhappy. Not all of them, not all of the time, but certainly there is more of a cloud over this generation than others. Sandwiched eternally between the much larger, much …
 
Whew! What a fucking year this has been, eh? Yes, we kindof curled up in a ball and hid from the world for the last half of 2020, but we are still here! This is just a bit of an update on us/year end episode. It’s a hot mess… but what the fuck isn’t these days? We talk a bit about what’s been going on in our worlds, and find some positive things th…
 
#005 In this episode, Kathy talks about mindfulness and how to develop a practice. Spoiler alert: It's all about relationship - deepening our experience with ourselves, our lives, the ones we love, our community and our world. The episode includes: Defining what mindfulness is and highlighting its positive benefits An overview of the different type…
 
In this episode, I am joined by Laura Murphy, who is a Director of Education and Awareness at IAPMD - International Association for Premenstrual Disorders. Laura has been kind enough to share her story of struggling with PMDD for 17 years until she was diagnosed. She has been through dark times, like many of you may be experiencing even now, but he…
 
Sugar is bad for my health, therefore I can't have any and am a weak person if I eat a donut. Well, no. Human beings are really good at holding seemingly mutually exclusive positions (sugar is bad/I love sugar) at the same time. We're also really good at then feeling guilty and flawed for holding both ideas simultaneously. Women are often caught in…
 
Talk to Meg Mathews for 30 seconds, and you'll know you're in the presence of a force. Known for her work in marketing, music, fashion, and design, she is a highly accomplished woman with a big life and a big energy to sustain it. Now she's putting that drive and savvy behind educating the world about menopause. Her new book The New Hot is a must-r…
 
"Two heads are better than one." It's a phrase we've likely heard repeated over and over again all our lives. But as midlife women, how often do we heed those words? My guest Jacqueline Perez takes these words to heart in the form of collaboration. Jacqueline, or Jack as she is more fondly known, is the founder of Kuel Life. What started as a vehic…
 
#004 Today is Wednesday and the plan for midweek episodes is to offer a little wellness boost, a shortened episode that shares an insight or an article or an exercise to keep your Warrior Vibe high. Kathy shares a recent experience of "Writing Toward Wellness," where she, along with her writing group, wrote a letter to her future self. The episode …
 
#071 - Community engagement leader Lianna Etkind discusses the benefits of a shorter working week and how you can go about working fewer days and taking longer weekends. What you'll learn [01.28] Lianna introduces herself and what she does for work. [03:14] How Lianna became involved with community organising. [03:52] How time is critical for those…
 
Our guest this week is Doug Sands, who is an entrepreneur, hypnotist, podcaster, and adventurer. He joins Gordon and Joe for a deep dive into hypnosis, quarantining in a desert in Utah and building a relationship in a pandemic. Show Notes The Demon Headmaster Doug’s Website Doug’s Instagram Doug’s Facebook Treatment of anxiety and pain in childhood…
 
Love a good story? Come to the scene of the crime, the edge of adventure and timeless realms of wonder. Sit back, relax and escape from the everyday as we bring you gripping short stories expertly read -- and well-calculated to keep you in suspense!This week, get into the Halloween spirit with classic scary stories by Washington Irving and M.L. Hum…
 
Welcome back to another episode! This one is as interesting and educational as it is fun. Have you ever wondered why your mentality is so different from other generations? We’ll try to find out how we can manage to understand and communicate within the relationships that we have in our lives, with our children, our parents, coworkers, employers and…
 
#003 In this episode, Kathy provides an overview of the book, The Athena Principles, Simple Wellness Practices for Overworked Professionals. Kathy walks through the wellness framework she developed to help her clients get the same wellness results she did - whether it was transforming her out-of-shape thirtysomething self into an ultra marathoner a…
 
#002 This episode features a conversation with fitness professional, Tiffani Hill, who describes herself as a fitness coach who helps women change their bodies so they look and feel gorgeous, in and out of their clothes. 🙂 Tiffani and I are both passion about fitness and wellness. We both include mind, body and spirit into our practices. But we hav…
 
It’s natural to want to talk about your feelings with your man and to want him to share his feelings with you. But what if the only feeling he ever expresses is that he’s hungry? On today’s episode of The Empowered Wife Podcast we’re talking about 4 ways to have deep conversations with your man. If you’ve ever felt like your husband would rather sp…
 
#070 - Founder of Evacuate The Office, Jay Bahadur, explains how by using various tools and techniques to tap into the hidden job market, you can systematise the way you make a change to your career path. What you'll learn [01:16] Jay explains his job within the digital health market and the innovative products he works with. [03:05] Jay explains w…
 
Are Your Boundaries Balanced Or Are They Blocking Your Potential? In this episode, I'm exploring how to understand our boundaries to reach our greatest potential. Boundaries are an innate survival tool that allows us to filter what we allow into our lives. While boundaries are necessary, we explore how those same boundaries can block us from our gr…
 
Kristin Duffy joins Gordon and Joe to talk about a devastating liminal space, triathlons and her production company Slackline Productions. Most notably how her production company, which aims to put women in the drivers seat, has adapted to operating in the pandemic. Show Notes Girl with Mandalorian Mask Slackline Productions (Facebook) Slackline Pr…
 
In this episode, I am joined by the super talented and dynamic, Vanessa Williams, as we continue our Wise Women Over 50 series. I am so honored to have Vanessa on my show and to be able to chat with her about her personal life and family, her past, her experience as a mother of 4 and her very accomplished career. As many of you already know, Vaness…
 
When the phrase "chronic illness" is mentioned, what typically comes to mind for most people is likely cancer, heart disease or diabetes. However, there's another chronic illness that affects an estimated nearly 1 million people in the United States and over 2.3 million people worldwide*: Multiple Sclerosis. As "Midlife-A-Go-Go the podcast!" embark…
 
Behind all the successes and other shiny things are the struggles that often don’t get noticed. Familiar to those who are working towards reaching their dreams, we all have some challenges we need to overcome first. If there is one thing many learn along the way, it is that the struggle is real. In this episode, Julia Gentry and Travis Gentry give …
 
It’s often said that what you focus on increases, and in my experience, that’s especially true in marriage. I’ve seen women transform their relationships simply by focusing on what they want. But do you really have as much influence as you think? On today’s episode of The Empowered Wife Podcast we’re talking about the law of attraction for relation…
 
#069 - Life and business coach Eric Twiggs shares his tips and tricks for how you can take back control of your time and make sure you’re on the right track to achieve your goals. What you'll learn [02:05] How a tragedy helped Eric learn about the value of time. [04:11] Eric’s realisation that he needed something to change. [05.23] Eric talks about…
 
If there is one thing that has become so emphasized in this age of information overload, it is that there will always be ways to become better. We are all capable of progress, growth, and going to the next level. In this episode, Julia Gentry and Travis Gentry reflect on Maya Angelou’s quote that goes, “Do the best you can until you know better. Th…
 
Discovering that your husband has been unfaithful brings up a range of emotions from anger to denial to sadness. It calls into question if there’s ever hope for restoring your marriage after such a betrayal. On today’s episode of The Empowered Wife Podcast we’re talking about recovering from an affair: the ultimate guide to healing. In the beginnin…
 
#068 - Accountant, business-owner and dog behaviourist, Emma Austin explains how to combine a genuine understanding of what drives you with an analytical mindset to help you find what you really love, and what is both fulfilling and right for you. What you'll learn [6:20] The need to get a job which is compatible with your other commitments, such a…
 
Gordon and Joe are joined this week by a long term friend of Gordon’s, Craig Watson. He joins them to discuss his journey with sexuality and spirituality, which culminated in a breaking point threatening everything he believed. Trigger Warning - If topics of LGBTQ+ rights and how this group can be treated in religion is triggering, please be advise…
 
Jeannie Ralston has, literally, done pretty much everything and been pretty much everywhere. From hiking the Great Wall to introducing her kids to the Arab Spring to hanging out in Morocco with famous people (and not really enjoying it much), she's been there, written about that. At 60, not only does she show no signs of slowing down, she's not rea…
 
#001 - Welcome to the Athena Wellness podcast, the show that invites you to take a seat around the community fire and listen to stories that inspire. In this episode, meet your host, Kathy Robinson, coach, wellness expert and the author of The Athena Principles, Simple Wellness Practices for Overworked Professionals, as she shares: A bit of her sto…
 
In this episode, Doryn chats with Dr. Lindsay Gibson, a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist. They talk about the effects that emotionally immature people (especially parents) can have on us even as adults, how we can manage our relationships with them and heal the conflicts that we’ve had with them. Dr. Gibson holds both a Masters and Doctora…
 
What's the link between your gut health and your emotions? It's a tighter combination than most of us realize, meaning perhaps more of our mental and emotional health is in our control than we previously thought. We know that our emotions can have a direct physical result: stress, depression, anxiety — all of these can show up in our bodies and in …
 
Marriage is one of the most powerful and unique relationships we can have as a human being. And the way to have a thriving relationship is by committing to grow together. In this episode, Julia Gentry and Travis Gentry talk about this beautiful union, specifically how you grow in your marriage. They discuss the importance of communication, giving e…
 
Do you have a desire to grow your family but your husband isn’t so keen on it? Believe it or not, there are several things you can do to help him warm up to the idea. On today’s episode of The Empowered Wife Podcast we’re talking about how to get your husband to want a baby. My guest Liz, a licensed marriage and family counselor for 35 years, was o…
 
#067 - Serial entrepreneur Ray Blakney explains how the 2009 swine flu crisis forced him to adapt his business and how his experience can help us navigate the coronavirus pandemic. What you'll learn [01:18] Ray introduces himself and explains current projects. [06:16] What to do when you realise early in your career that you are on a path not suite…
 
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