I have wanted to launch a podcast for so long – having been privileged to connect with and interview so many inspirational people since launching the Fab after Fifty website.
I have spent the last few months interviewing and editing a number of episodes (another learning curve and more technology to come to grips with!) and hope you enjoy listening to them as much as I have enjoyed chatting to my guests.
I am planning a mixture of episodes – some will be interviews with women who have reinvented their lives, others will be discussions with experts who can offer tips on how we can live our best possible lives over 50. Episodes will cover diverse topics ranging from style, ageism in the workplace, health and fitness, relationships, reinvention stories, dating and relationships, menopause.
I have started by sharing a few episodes- just in case you want to ‘binge listen’.
It is available to listen here, on the Fab after Fifty website, Spotify, Podbean, and soon itunes and other podcast directories.
Available on itunes
If you want to listen on itunes here’s the link 🙂
If you know somebody you think would make a great guest and would inspire others to live fabulously over 50 – then do get in touch!
Introduction to the Fab after Fifty Podcast – what you can expect in the coming weeks and months
Interview with Dr Louise Pendry on Managing the Menopause in the Workplace and the Benefits of a Menopause Cafe
Interview with Dr Louise Pendry on Challenging Perceptions of Age and her New Book Grandmas Can’t Trampoline
Interview with therapist Wendy Gregory on How to Recognise a Narcissist
A topic I know many Fab after Fifty readers have asked for more information on – especially those returning to dating!
Interview with Anne Keen- co-founder of the WASPI campaign on the impact of the Increase in State Pension Age for Women
(and the progress of the WASPI campaign – so far}
Interview with Life Coach Carole Ann Rice on friendship over 50 – Old and New
Interview with Business Coach Karen Knott on How to Set Up a Business over 50
Interview with award winning writer Helen Matthews on changing career – moving from corporate life to become a full time writer
Interview with mind/body expert Susan Scott on how to have more energy and achieve better life balance