Midlife is a time to make way, to clear the path in our imaginations and hearts for the Queen.
I’ve been doing a lot of reading lately on the topic of midlife for women and I wanted to share a book with you, one that has affirmed many of my own experiences, and aligns with Green Callings’ vision that women bloom in midlife.
Throughout history, traditional Chinese Medicine has addressed conditions and symptoms that accompany a woman’s transition in midlife.
Resist language that attempts to define you by a number.
Interdependence invokes a magic that’s not found in going it alone. It’s in community—or communion with another—where we find meaning and encounter a larger sense of purpose.
Midlife and the pandemic called me into communities. The desire to gather might partly be due to isolation, but this yen is more than an urge to re-people my life. Wisdom circles welcome us—the changes and cycles of life—with open arms.
One out of three women report feelings of invisibility in midlife. This is not surprising. Midlife women are rarely featured in media or advertising, a missed opportunity since the same number also report greater financial freedom.
To regain balance when the world breaks your heart, consider turning to the antidote of pleasure, which fosters aliveness and presence in the world. Generosity toward oneself leads to generosity for others.
For a midlife woman, mood swings can feel like midlife crisis. But what if strong emotions were instead a doorway to discover what’s missing?
Sleep “is one of the first things to go” in midlife. Get these five science-backed tips for better sleep.