Mag Mid podcast host Rachel is flying solo this week, talking about what’s been happening in her world. There’s a trip to the UK Houses of Parliament and a book recommendation in the New York Times in the mix! Check out what’s been catching her attention lately.
She talks about:
- The success of the MenoClarity live event and how you can still access the recordings
- Going to the heart of Government to talk about menopause
- Menopause narratives and how they seem to keep getting worse
- Her book, Magnificent Midlife, being recommended in the New York Times
- The podcast season to date featuring: avoiding burnout, the crisis of care, staying fit as we age, healing through memoir, getting back on stage, digital publishing and traveling the world
- Gendered ageism
- Digital exclusion
- How the Masters is going
And lots more!
You can still listen to the MenoClarity Live recordings: https://bit.ly/menoclaritylive
New York Times: (7 Books to Guide You Through Menopause): https://www.nytimes.com/2023/07/18/well/live/menopause-books.html
Why not explore more..
Tania Elfersy talks about how we can be wiser about the menopause transition, so we suffer less and feel its power more.
Menopause gets a bad rap. How about we re-frame it and change the menopause narrative, so we stop fighting it, and instead embrace it and find its gifts.
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