Aug 31, 2021
Every now and then, Cecilia and Hannah wonder, “are we there, have we made it, can we finally call ourselves adults?” It just seems like we’ve been waiting for decades for that certificate of achievement, or that special feeling that lets us know we’ve made the grade.
Yes, we are in our sixties and still asking...
Aug 24, 2021
How do you bloom? Are you an annual or a perennial? Do you bloom late? Are you still sprouting? Or are you waiting, held inside some bulb that is planted deep within the earth, for your time?
Today we talk to Yvonne Marchese, host of Late Bloomer Living Podcast.
Yvonne believes midlife can be a time to step into a...
Aug 17, 2021
Get ready for something different.
Cindy Gallop doesn’t do status quo.
After years as a leader and change-maker in the advertising business she has moved on to new projects.
At 61, Cindy shares that her life course is guided by a series of serendipitous accidents. Her current accidental mission is to help us all learn...
Aug 10, 2021
When we think about women's invisibility over 50, we rarely consider women’s bodies in their purest form, naked. We have been taught to look away with shame, fear, even disgust. This week, we spoke with photographer Jocelyn Lee about her new book Sovereign.
Throughout her career, Jocelyn has been photographing women...
Aug 3, 2021
Nikki Giovanni has a gift for making the everyday extraordinary.
She is an American poet, commentator, activist and educator. She has published multiple poetry anthologies, children’s books and spoken word recordings. In the 1960’s she was dubbed “the poet of the black revolution.” She was an activist in the...