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EP #133: Honoring your Introversion in Midlife, Interview with Caroline Wood
Today’s episode takes a look at what it’s like to be an introvert in business in midlife.
It turns out that introversion is a thing in midlife. My guest today is Caroline Wood;
Caroline is an introvert supporting other introverts to build a successful businesses that honours their introversion, rather than feeling like they have to pretend to be an extravert to get ahead.
Caroline teaches that you can be a successful business owner as an introvert without having to pretend to be an extravert. She believes that you’re probably going to be more successful being authentic to your introversion rather than exhausting yourself as an extravert. Such good news, right?
Caroline teaches specific strategies and the mindset shift necessary to be open to the wide variety of opportunities available now to build a business that works with your personality, even as an introvert.
That’s what I call midlife on purpose. Enjoy the interview!
|Jan 16, 2020|
EP #132: Top Three Vision Board Mistakes to Avoid in 2020
The year 2020 is the perfect time of year to create a vision board. This episode is about how to avoid the top three common mistakes that get in the way when it comes to making a vision board that really works.
Vision boards can be exceptionally helpful and fun tools to increase clarity about what you want to create in the future. However, it’s easy for many people to make mistakes that will make it more difficult to move their vision and dreams about the future forward into action. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-132-top-three-vision-board-mistakes-to-avoid-in-2020/
|Jan 09, 2020|
EP #131: Make your 2020 New Year’s Resolution the BEST One Ever!
Today’s episode takes a bit of a different twist on New Year’s Resolutions. Not everyone embraces the idea of a New Year’s Resolution.
Resolutions can throw you for a loop and bring up all kinds of negative thoughts and feelings. So many of us have had a disappointing experience with them. Like everything else, however, the way you think ABOUT resolutions is directly related to their success. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-131-make-your-2020-new-years-resolution-the-best-one-ever/
|Jan 02, 2020|
EP #130: Three Steps to Regret-proof Your Holidays in Midlife
Holiday time with family in midlife can be a blast but can also be quite stressful. Thinking about self-care is probably the last thing on your giant list.
This week’s episode is all about three simple steps to help you put YOU back on your list. When you learn to invite mindfulness into your life, you also take a giant step toward taking care of yourself. In midlife, this can mean being more intentional about your life.
How you define “intentional” is up to you, but you may not naturally think about feeling on purpose. When it comes to your emotional state, you may be more prone to closing your eyes and hoping for the best.
It turns out that there’s more you can do. Tune in to learn three simple steps to increase your awareness and increase the likelihood that you won’t have regrets over the holidays. You have more control than you think when it comes to regret-proofing your life!
Don’t miss this episode!
Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-130-three-steps-to-regret-proof-your-holidays-in-midlife/
|Dec 26, 2019|
EP #129: When your Parent has Alzheimer’s or Dementia, Interview with Heather Negin
My guest today has a unique approach for Alzheimer’s and Dementia treatment. As a Speech Language Pathologist, Heather Negin unknowingly had a special set of skills and insights to bring to her personal situation with her parents. This insight has shaped her career and she’s never looked back.
As you know, we’re inundated with negative messages about adult onset cognitive decline, Alzheimer’s and Dementia, and caregiving responsibilities. And, it’s totally a midlife thing. As daughters, it’s super common to be dealing with this with our parents and others we love at this age and stage of life.
Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-129-when-your-parent-has-alzheimers-or-dementia-interview-with-heather-negin/
|Dec 19, 2019|
EP #128: Midlife Resistance or Midlife Regret
Today we’re taking a look at midlife resistance and midlife regret and asking which is worse. Each one causes pain but in a different way.
There are three common areas where resistance will show up in midlife: career, relationships and self-care. You may not know how much you’re resisting a goal until you’re really honest with yourself about the results you’re creating. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-128-midlife-resistance-or-midlife-regret/
|Dec 12, 2019|
EP #127: The Secret To Finding your Midlife Passion Project
Today we’re talking about the secret to finding your midlife passion project, as well a new midlife coaching program, the Finally First Midlife Membership.
Many think that hobbies and passion projects are the same. However, there are subtle differences. Passion projects feel “bigger” than hobbies. You might actually feel compelled to do your passion project where you might simply choose your hobby as a relaxation outlet. The energy is different. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-127-the-secret-to-finding-your-midlife-passion-project/
|Dec 05, 2019|
EP #126: 10 Reasons to be Grateful for Midlife
Today we’re talking about my top 10 reasons for feeling grateful for midlife. Notice the word “for.” We’re taking a look at feeling gratitude for midlife itself rather than feeling more grateful while you’re in midlife. This is a subtle but important nuance in today’s episode.
Gratitude is really about feeling thankful. You can express gratitude and you can notice that you feel grateful. Either way, studies show more and more that there can be a relationship between gratitude and many positive health and lifestyle effects. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-126-10-reasons-to-be-grateful-for-midlife/
|Nov 28, 2019|
EP #125: Why You Need to Create Community in Midlife?
Today we’re talking about why you need to actually create community in midlife. That may come as a bit of a surprise to you. But, just like everything else in midlife, it’s important to be intentionally as you do midlife on purpose.
Community is, by its most basic definition, a group of people who are connected in some way. There’s a feeling of fellowship. There are shared commonalities. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-125-why-you-need-to-create-community-in-midlife/
|Nov 22, 2019|
EP #124: What Triggers Your Resistance in Midlife?
Today we’re getting to the bottom of what triggers your resistance. Even resistance for things you really want.
This can be super frustrating and confusing. You think you know what you want. Perhaps it’s a change; maybe it’s going after a goal. But you’re not seeing the results that are in alignment with what you want. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-124-what-triggers-your-resistance-in-midlife/
|Nov 14, 2019|
EP #123: How to Avoid an Accidental Midlife
Without careful attention, your midlife might not be what you had hoped. Today we’re talking about how to avoid what I’m calling an accidental midlife.
Why should you avoid having an accidental midlife, you might be wondering? So you can do midlife on purpose instead of just winging it and responding to life.
|Nov 07, 2019|
EP #122: From Soldier to Strategist for Women Entrepreneurs with Kalvina Shelton
A midlife funk might find you ahead of schedule. Being in the military can have an interesting effect on your life. My guest today explains how her military experience and her midlife funk led her to create a fulfilling career that incorporates all of her gifts and interests.
Kalvina ‘Kali’ Shelton is a Business Strategist & Launch Coach partnering with multi-passionate, service-based women entrepreneurs that are transitioning from corporate back into full-time BOWSE Bawse CEOs. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-122-from-soldier-to-strategist-for-women-entrepreneurs-with-kalvina-shelton/
|Oct 31, 2019|
EP #121: Retrain your Brain to Think on Purpose in Midlife
Learning to think on purpose can change your life, both now and in the future. It’s a skill that you can learn how to do, but it will take practice to maximize your effort.
Thinking on purpose will retrain your brain. Your brain isn’t used to thinking this way. Most of us think on autopilot; this means that the thoughts we think are habitual, unplanned and unsupervised. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-121-retrain-your-brain-to-think-on-purpose-in-midlife/
|Oct 24, 2019|
EP #120: Angry in Midlife: How Writing Changed My Life with Valerie Runyan
Being angry in midlife can feel overwhelming and confusing. It can seem like there’s no way out, and if you’re not careful, you can set yourself up for regrets.
Today you’re going to meet Valerie Runyan. Valerie’s a writer and photographer who struggled with a lot of physical pain over the years. Her job didn’t help. She was definitely in a midlife funk. As she describes, she went from being enraged with her husband, her job, her house and her city to actually loving her life.
|Oct 18, 2019|
EP #119: Thinking about Time in Midlife
Thinking about time and running out of time can be a big deal in midlife. In fact, it can create a lot of stress and sadness.
It’s pretty common to find yourself stressed about the passage of time, think that time’s flying, feel like time’s going so fast or even spin about the idea that you’re running out of time. Thinking this way can happen even if you’re typically pro-aging.
|Oct 10, 2019|
EP #118: Catching Autopilot Thinking in Midlife
Thinking and doing things on autopilot is super common in midlife. You might even notice yourself sounding like your mother or other family members on occasion, saying things and thinking the way that they did. It only becomes a problem when you notice that the results of this type of thinking aren’t what you want. You might be confused about it too, because you may not understand that it’s actually your thinking causing the problem. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-118-catching-autopilot-thinking-in-midlife/
|Oct 03, 2019|
EP #117: How Astrology can Help You & your Brand in Midlife with Leslie Tagorda
Today is about how you can use astrology to gain important insights that could help you and your brand in midlife.
My guest today is Leslie Tagorda, who calls herself a “brand navigator.” She guides brands and people from unknown to unmatched by illuminating their star-charted treasure maps (astrological natal charts). Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-117-how-astrology-can-help-you-your-brand-in-midlife-with-leslie-tagorda/
|Sep 27, 2019|
EP #116: 49 and Fabulous with Wiona Porath
Today we’re taking a look at how you can celebrate turning 49 as a beautiful way to prepare and set the stage for celebrating your 50th birthday.
My guest today is Wiona Porath, an amazing woman in the middle who is turning 50 in the near future. Wiona is rocking her 49th year ON PURPOSE.
Wiona’s friend told her about her personal experience when she turned 49; that is, her friend decided to take back her life. This idea inspired Wiona. She decided to focus on the mantra “49 and fabulous.” Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-116-49-and-fabulous-with-wiona-porath/
|Sep 19, 2019|
EP #115: Creating a Digital Midlife Magazine with NextTribe’s CoFounder, Jeannie Ralston
Today we’re taking a look at what it’s like to use your past experience to do something new like start a digital magazine for midlife women.
My guest today is Jeannie Ralston of NextTribe Digital Magazine. Like most midlife women who make a big career pivot, Jeannie’s path to entrepreneurship was an interesting one. It even included some serious life on a lavender farm.
Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-115-creating-a-digital-midlife-magazine-with-nexttribes-cofounder-jeannie-ralston/
|Sep 12, 2019|
EP #114: Childfree by Choice with Therese Shechter
Not all women make the choice to have children. This week, we’re using a midlife lens and talking about what it’s like to be childfree by choice.
My guest today is Therese Shechter. She’s a 57 year old documentary filmmaker and writer in New York City. She’s been making documentaries about ideas about womanhood that are sacred and exploring aspects of women’s lives that are rarely questioned, like motherhood. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-114-childfree-by-choice-with-therese-shechter/
|Sep 05, 2019|
EP #113: Finally First in Midlife
Midlife women often struggle with putting themselves first. It tends to become more of an issue at this stage of life; putting yourself last becomes more and more obvious and exhausting and the need to improve the situation becomes glaringly obvious.
Learn what four reasons are for this to continue in many women’s lives for so long and how the Thought Model Framework can help to understand the whole dynamic. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-113-finally-first-in-midlife/
|Aug 29, 2019|
EP #112: How to Find a New Job in Midlife with Danielle Bradley
There are a lot of misconceptions about what’s possible career-wise for midlife women. Fortunately, times have changed and we have an opportunity to leverage this right now to our advantage and get the type of work and career we want. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-112-how-to-find-a-new-job-in-midlife-with-danielle-bradley/
|Aug 22, 2019|
EP #111: What do you Stand For in Midlife?
It’s important to figure out what you stand for, especially in midlife. It turns out that it’s relevant in all parts of your life, personally and professionally. It’s part of regret-proofing your life.
When you really think about it, there are actually two parts to this equation. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-111-what-do-you-stand-for-in-midlife/
|Aug 16, 2019|
EP #110: Turning 50 with Cindy Lopez
Turning 50 is a different experience for everyone. Talking about it is fascinating and inspirational for this reason.
My guest today is Cindy Lopez, an amazing woman in the middle who shares her experience of turning 50, what she enjoyed about planning her milestone and what her plans are now that she’s on the better side. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-110-turning-50-with-cindy-lopez/
|Aug 08, 2019|
EP #109: Midlife Underwear Reboot; 2nd Anniversary Edition
Today we’re talking about anniversaries and underwear! What a fun topic!
This week marks an important milestone in the Women in the Middle Podcast’s history. It’s time to celebrate the 2nd Anniversary! And what a ride it’s been! Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-109-midlife-underwear-reboot-2nd-anniversary-edition/
|Aug 01, 2019|
EP #108: Guaranteed Success in Midlife
Today we’re talking about the interesting concept guaranteed success.
This idea of guaranteed success comes up a lot when you’re stuck. Like it’s the magical missing piece of desired decision making.
It’s fascinating to ask yourself what you would do if you were positive you would be successful. For most people, you know exactly how to answer this question. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-108-guaranteed-success-in-midlife/
|Jul 25, 2019|
EP #107: How to have More Fun with Midlife Birthdays
Midlife birthdays can be a cause for celebration, but not always. Like so many other parts of midlife, if you’re not mindful, birthdays can become less fun, more stressful and even a bit of a downer. Overall, less joyful.
This doesn’t have to be the way it is. In honour of MY birthday this month, we’re going to take a deep dive into the whole topic and teach you how to take back control and have more fun with your birthday, no matter your age. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-107-how-to-have-more-fun-with-midlife-birthdays/
|Jul 18, 2019|
EP #106: Demystifying Midlife Personal Parts with Dr. Heather Bartos
Menopause is more confusing than so many midlife women expect. Today we’re talking about demystifying midlife personal parts and related issues in midlife. Specifically, this episode’s all about your vagina, menopause and more.
There are body changes galore as a woman in the middle. A doctor is with us today to share some well needed clarification and perspective. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-106-demystifying-midlife-personal-parts-with-dr-heather-bartos/
|Jul 11, 2019|
EP #105: Do you Want to be an Entrepreneur in Midlife?
Do you wonder if you could be an entrepreneur? Is it something you’ve been thinking about most of your life? Episode 105 is all about tuning into yourself and your entrepreneurial aspirations…or not. It’s also about realizing that it’s never too late to start your next career which may actually be an entrepreneurial adventure. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-105-do-you-want-to-be-an-entrepreneur-in-midlife/
|Jul 04, 2019|
EP #104: Massive Action after Massive Adversity with Shontelle Dubois
What would you do if you knew that giving up wasn’t an option? Today we’re talking about what it looks like to actually take massive action to change your life in the face of massive adversity.
My guest today is Shontelle Dubois, a woman who doesn’t allow the challenges and obstacles that life has thrown at her keep her down. When you hear her story, you can’t help but be blown away by her resilience, weight loss, drive, creativity and overall amazingness. In fact, you won’t be alone because her story was featured in a Goal Cast video and has millions of views. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-104-massive-action-after-massive-adversity-with-shontelle-dubois/
|Jun 27, 2019|
EP #103: FOMO in Midlife: 4 Tips to Reduce Fear of Missing Out
When you feel FOMO, you know it. Fear of missing out isn’t fun. Episode 103 of the Women in the Middle Podcast explores what it’s like to feel FOMO, why it’s such a common part of midlife and four easy tips to reduce it so you can enjoy your life.
Midlife FOMO can sometimes feel a bit different than regular ol’ FOMO. It’s common to think about the past in a way that makes you think you’ve missed out; it’s also common to think about the future and be concerned that it’s too late and you’ve missed out; and then of course, it’s also common to feel FOMO about what you’re missing in the present moment.
This episode explores 4 tips to reduce FOMO. Specifically, you’ll learn how you can 1) decide how you want to feel on purpose; 2) reconsider what FOMO means in your life; 3) practice handling disappointment and 4) examine your use of social media. These tips will help you get back to the emotional life you want.
Don’t miss this episode!
|Jun 21, 2019|
EP #102: The Secret to Midlife Balance
When you don’t have work/life balance, you can really feel that something’s wrong. Episode 102 of the Women in the Middle Podcast explores the secret to midlife balance, why it’s elusive, the secret to finding it and how it can improve your life.
There are several reasons why it’s common for work/life balance to be “off” for women, especially in midlife. As much as your life and/or career can feel stagnant at this time of your life, there can also be a lot of unpredictability, change and transition that can throw a wrench into things, as you knew them. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-102-the-secret-to-midlife-balance/
|Jun 13, 2019|
EP #101: Older & Wiser or Older & Worse: Midlife Signs that Make You Think
Thinking you’re “older and wiser” is an option when it comes to midlife aging. The problem is that so many midlife women choose to think that they’re “older and worse” instead. Episode 101 of the Women in the Middle Podcast explores this tendency.
Things that happen in the world are actually neutral. It’s super common though, to see “things” as “signs” and use them to interpret as something negative as well, especially about aging. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-101-older-wiser-or-older-worse-midlife-signs-that-make-you-think/
|Jun 06, 2019|
EP #100: Midlife Reflections on Commitment & 100 Episodes
Time to celebrate 100 episodes of Women in the Middle! Reaching this milestone is worthy of some reflection. It takes a lot of planning and commitment to create 100 podcast episodes, every week for almost two years.
Today, we’re talking specifically about what I’ve learned about keeping this commitment to both myself and to you. Of course, it’s also about what you can learn too. You don’t need to be creating a podcast to learn something about commitment and habits. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-100-midlife-reflections-on-commitment-100-episodes/
|May 30, 2019|
EP #99: Empty Nest Remix: 6 Steps to Help You when they Move Back Home
This episode is about how you can become better prepared when your kids move back home. Adjusting to your empty nest filling up again is what I call “empty nest remix.” Everything is different now since your kid left a few years ago and it can be a big transition for everyone.
Kids moving back home after college can be a big adjustment for all involved that’s both exciting and challenging. While graduation is a cause for celebration and future focus, moving “back home” often doesn’t feel that way to your kid or to you. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-99-empty-nest-remix-6-steps-to-help-you-when-they-move-back-home/
|May 23, 2019|
EP #98: Inner Circle Relationships in Midlife
Today, we’re talking specifically your relationship with the people in your inner circle. More importantly, relationships like these are a critical part of regret-proofing your life. We’ll also talk about what you want those relationships to be so that you don’t have regrets.
It’s easy to understand why so many well-intentioned, loving women in the middle aren’t as intentional as they sense they should be about the most important relationships in their lives. When you’re busy, it’s easy to lose focus on people and things in your life that don’t demand the most attention. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-98-inner-circle-relationships-in-midlife/
|May 16, 2019|
EP #97: Setting the Stage for Midlife Weight Loss
Today we’re talking about how to set the stage for weight loss in midlife. By the time you’re an amazing older and wiser woman, you’ve probably tried more than a diet or two over the years. If you’re thinking about wanting to lose weight now, chances are you have yet to be successful and still don’t weigh your ideal weight. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-97-setting-the-stage-for-midlife-weight-loss/
|May 09, 2019|
EP #96: 6 Confusion Hacks for Important Midlife Decisions
Today we’re talking about how to stop being confused in midlife. Sometimes you stay stuck spinning around being confused, without making a decision, for quite some time. It’s not fun. It isn’t pretty. And you can do something about it.
So many midlife women end up confused because this age and stage of life is full of transitions, potential for big change and actual changes. Making a change doesn’t come easily for many. The thing is, it often feels like being confused is out of your control, when in fact, it’s more in your control than you might imagine. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-96-6-confusion-hacks-for-important-midlife-decisions/
|May 02, 2019|
EP #95: 8 Top Tips for More Midlife Travel
Want to travel more? This week is about eight top tips for more midlife travel. The thing is that with travel, you may say you want to do it, but allow so many things to get in the way. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-95-8-top-tips-for-more-midlife-travel/
|Apr 25, 2019|
EP #94: Big Midlife Mistakes & 4 Secrets to Avoid Them
This week is about the big midlife mistakes that are so easy to make and four secrets to avoid them. Or, more specifically, we’re taking a close look at how you can get in your own way when it comes to being happier in this middle phase of life.
The thing is...you’re doing it to yourself. Making mistakes, that is. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-94-big-midlife-mistakes-4-secrets-to-avoid-them/
|Apr 18, 2019|
EP #93: My Unique Midlife Perspective from Losing my Parents as a Kid
This week our host, Suzy Rosenstein, shares her personal story about experiencing early parental death. The topic is about what it’s been like for her as a midlife woman, to outlive her parents and the perspectives and lessons she’s learned as a result.
When both of your parents die so young, you know your situation is a little unusual. Suzy explains that she never had friends who went through anything similar. As a kid, you’re don’t want to be different for any reason. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-93-my-unique-midlife-perspective-from-losing-my-parents-as-a-kid/
|Apr 11, 2019|
EP #92: 3 Reasons Why You Should Act your Shoe Size instead of your Age in Midlife
This week we’re exploring why you should act your shoe size instead of your age in midlife.
Specifically, this episode is about the compelling reasons why you should consider acting more like you did when you were much younger, like your shoe size equivalent in age.
My shoe size is seven, for example. We take a look at how acting seven is dramatically different than acting 50 and what that can mean in your life. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-92-3-reasons-why-you-should-act-your-shoe-size-instead-of-your-age-in-midlife/
|Apr 03, 2019|
EP #91: How to Avoid Common Regrets in Midlife
This week we’re taking a look common regrets in life and what you can do to prevent them.
Specifically, this episode is about the incredibly common themes of regret that author Bronnie Ware, someone who worked in palliative care, highlighted in her popular blog article, Regrets of the Dying and book, The Top 5 Regrets of the Dying: A Life Transformed by the Dearly Departing. We’re also talking about what you can do to make sure you don’t have these regrets yourself. I call this “regret-proofing.” Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-91-how-to-avoid-common-regrets-in-midlife/
|Mar 29, 2019|
Ep #90: 9 Secrets to Get Unstuck in Midlife
This week we’re taking a look into how to get unstuck in midlife, especially in your 50s.
So many midlife women think that they are stuck being stuck. What I mean is that when you feel stuck, it can feel like the answer for how to move forward is beyond your reach, that you can’t do anything about it yourself. Thinking about being stuck like this actually works to keep you stuck.
It may seem counterintuitive to believe this. Understanding your thinking and then changing your thinking can be one of the keys to forward movement. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-90-9-secrets-to-get-unstuck-in-midlife/
|Mar 21, 2019|
EP #89: How to Reinvent Yourself in Midlife with Frankie Allen
This week we’re taking a look into why learning how to reinvent yourself in midlife is an important skill.
So many midlife women think that what they started 20 or 30 years ago professionally “should” make them happy forever. However, this isn’t always the case. The problem compounds when you get a sense that you need to make a change, but don’t because of fear and a variety of thinking patterns that keep you stuck and confused. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-89-how-to-reinvent-yourself-in-midlife-with-frankie-allen/
|Mar 15, 2019|
EP #88: How to Find your Midlife Fashion
Your personal style can be easily overlooked in midlife. Fashion isn’t something that everyone values or prioritizes. But, being intentional about how you look and dress can be more meaningful than you think.
As a women in the middle, you know first hand how quickly time flies. Before you know it, a couple of decades have gone by but you might still be wearing the same clothes. Your priorities don’t always include staying current with the latest fashion trends. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-88-how-to-find-your-midlife-fashion/
|Mar 07, 2019|
EP #87: Midlife Memories, Memorabilia & Things Turning 50
Midlife memories can mean so much to you as you age. Some memories fade; others get stronger. All memories can really make you think. As a women in the middle, you’ve been around for more than a few decades and have built up lots of meaningful memories. Sometimes there are visual reminders of your past that you actually have in your home. You may have memorabilia of some sort from your childhood that you’ve decided to keep for one reason or another. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-87-midlife-memories-memorabilia-things-turning-50/
|Feb 28, 2019|
EP #86: How to Prioritize Downtime in Midlife
So many midlife women think that downtime is important but don’t prioritize it in their lives. In fact, there’s a lot of resistance toward downtime as a concept.
Downtime is one of those topics where there’s a big disconnect between what is generally accepted intellectually as something that’s desirable AND what actually happens in reality. There are several reasons for this. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-86-how-to-prioritize-downtime-in-midlife/
|Feb 21, 2019|
EP #85: Online Dating in Midlife
Many single midlife women feel overwhelmed with online dating and Apps. It’s no wonder. The whole dating landscape has changed dramatically since we were in our 20s.
My guest this week is Renee Suzanne, who’s a coach for smart, successful women who want to find love. She helps women go from heartbroken to happily-married. Renee believes that true love is possible for anyone who’s willing to create the conditions in her life for it to flourish.
The emphasis is on being willing. Read More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-85-online-dating-in-midlife/
|Feb 14, 2019|
EP #84: Dealing with Cancer in Midlife
Cancer can be quite a wake up call and change your life in so many ways.
Our guest this week is a Ceca Mijatovic, a bad ass life coach who focuses on helping women who know this all too well. She works with women who’ve been diagnosed with cancer.
Ceca has had her own battle with the “Big C” and it became a catalyst for positive change in her life. Now she wants to help other women use their diagnosis as an opportunity to transform their lives for the better. She’s also the host of the Truth & Dare Cancer Podcast. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-84-dealing-with-cancer-in-midlife/
|Feb 07, 2019|
EP #83: Asking Powerful Questions in Midlife
Powerful questions can help you think better and deeper. When you practice asking yourself better questions in midlife especially, you help yourself increase awareness of your actual thoughts. This is because a question isn’t the same as a thought, but asking questions sets up your brain to look for answers immediately. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-83-asking-powerful-questions-in-midlife/
|Jan 31, 2019|
EP #82: Midlife Reflections on Adoption & Assisted Reproduction with Dr. Michael Grand
Today we’re talking about adoption and assisted reproduction from a midlife perspective.
We’ll be taking a look at a variety of issues related to the adoption constellation, including the areas of adoptees' sense of identity, attitudes in adoption, policy and legislation, openness, search and reunion, and step adoption, all from a midlife lens. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-82-midlife-reflections-on-adoption-assisted-reproduction-with-dr-michael-grand/
|Jan 24, 2019|
EP #81: Understanding How to Commit to Change in Midlife
This week is all about what it’s like to think you’re committed to making a change, but then understanding that you’re really not. It’s about learning to tell the subtle difference in feeling 80% committed and 100% committed and why this is important when it comes to following through on your goals. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-81-understanding-how-to-commit-to-change-in-midlife/
|Jan 17, 2019|
EP #80: How to Lose Weight & Become Fit in Midlife with Amanda Mueller
My guest today is the amazing Amanda Mueller. She went from being, in her words, “the fat woman in the room” who regularly hid in her own skin, to someone who lost over 100 lbs and became a marathon runner.
She successful lost 140 lbs, to be specific. She also fell in love with Minnie Mouse and shares an interesting story about how this helped her start running marathons.
Her story is super inspirational, especially this time of year, when you’re probably thinking about your own personal goals, including weight loss and exercise. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-80-how-to-lose-weight-become-fit-in-midlife-with-amanda-mueller/
|Jan 10, 2019|
EP #79: Believing What’s Possible in Midlife
This week is all about becoming aware of your beliefs about what’s possible for you. We explore what your beliefs are about how you can become the person you want to be.
The reason it’s so important is because so many of us well-meaning humans find it easy to practice thinking that we have less control about who we become than we think.
Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-79-believing-whats-possible-in-midlife/
|Jan 03, 2019|
EP #78: Why you should Celebrate Traditions in Midlife with Bob Schneeweiss
Family traditions are really important to think about in midlife; you may be surprised when you are the one who’s in charge of creating them and making them happen for your family to experience.
The week’s episode introduces you to Robert Schneeweiss (Uncle Bob), a talented and creative retiree who has decades of experience and specific expertise in the creation and celebration of life through fun and meaningful traditions. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-78-why-you-should-celebrate-traditions-in-midlife-with-bob-schneeweiss/
|Dec 27, 2018|
EP #77: A Feminist Look at Midlife and Body Image with Kara Loewentheil
A woman aging in today’s society has many thoughts about her own beauty and self image that are due to societal messaging.
Cursing and Language Warning: More than a few “F bombs” are dropped on today’s episode. You may NOT want to listen to this episode with others, or you may choose to skip this episode if you find cursing offensive. If you don’t care, then you’re in the right place. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-77-a-feminist-look-at-midlife-and-body-image-with-kara-loewentheil/
|Dec 20, 2018|
EP #76: Fear-based Decision Making in Midlife
This week is all about understanding fear-based decision making in midlife. We’re talking about how common it is in midlife to feel stuck because you’re confused, but realize that it’s probably based on fear instead.
When you catch yourself making fear-based decisions, you may never be satisfied with your reasons for doing what you’re doing. You may not like the reasons. You may not be proud of them either. That’s why it’s so important to get to the bottom of it. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-76-fear-based-decision-making-in-midlife/
|Dec 13, 2018|
EP #75: Why It’s Important to have a Whale of a Passion
This week we’re taking a deep dive into why it’s important to connect with your thoughts about what you really want in your life and strategies for how to find the time to make it happen.
For some reason, it’s common for many midlife women to have difficulty connecting with their “passion.” Without this awareness, they are left feeling like something’s missing and feel compelled to look for it. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-75-why-its-important-to-have-a-whale-of-a-passion/
|Dec 06, 2018|
EP #74: How to have Fun with Blogging in Midlife with Hope Hanson
Blogging is something that many women in the middle say they want to do. Today’s episode features another interview in the Weekly Wow with Women in the Middle Series with someone who can totally help you finally get your blog off your to-do list.
The Weekly WOW episodes introduce you to someone who’s got some pretty useful info for women in the middle. My guest this week is Hope Hanson who’s an expert in blogging. I’m pretty excited for you meet her because so many women in the middle are wannabe writers. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-74-how-to-have-fun-with-blogging-in-midlife-with-hope-hanson/
|Nov 29, 2018|
EP #73: Turning 50 with Gratitude, Interview with Andrea Pines
Turning 50 is a common milestone we Women in the Middle experience, but we don’t all experience it the same way. Today’s episode features another interview in the Getting Real with Women in the Middle Series. I will be interviewing women in the middle who are across the board in terms of views about this important milestone.
Today’s guest is someone who celebrated her 50th birthday in style this summer surrounded by family and friends. Her name is Andrea Pines and she’s a neighbor and close friend of mine. I’m excited for you to meet her and hear her views on aging gracefully and experiencing this milestone. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-73-turning-50-with-gratitude-interview-with-andrea-pines/
|Nov 22, 2018|
EP #72: Life after an Unexpected Divorce with Lynne Ellen
Being blindsided by an unexpected divorce can turn your world upside down. This week my guest experienced this first-hand. Today’s episode features another interview in the Getting Real with Women in the Middle Series.
I’m thrilled to welcome Lynne Ellen to the podcast. Lynne went from being a happily married midlife woman in Pennsylvania who was beginning to plan her pre-retirement move to Florida with her husband to becoming a divorced woman enjoying her single life near the beaches of Rhode Island. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-72-life-after-an-unexpected-divorce-with-lynne-ellen/
|Nov 15, 2018|
EP #71: How to take a Seemingly Impossible Career Break with Katrina McGhee
Deciding to take a career break can be incredibly stressful. Today’s episode features another interview in the Getting Real with Women in the Middle Series.
My guest this week is Katrina McGhee and this is her story. Taking a break was nothing she ever imagined or planned, but the more she thought about it, the more it became obvious that it was the right path to take. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-71-how-to-take-a-seemingly-impossible-career-break-with-katrina-mcghee
|Nov 08, 2018|
EP #70: Reinventing the Family Farm for Midlife Happiness with Andrea McFadden
Going back to your family roots can be surprisingly rewarding. This week my guest did this quite literally. Today’s episode features another interview in the Getting Real with Women in the Middle Series.
I’m thrilled to welcome Andrea McFadden to the podcast. Andrea went from being a teach of special education to running a vertically integrated herb farm specializing in lavender.
Basically, she reinvented her family farm. Her family had a long history of farming in the Kelowna, British Columbia area, which is called the Okanagan region. It’s known for its rich history of fruit packing and growing. You may have enjoyed some delicious wine from this area of Canada.
Andrea grew up on her family’s apple orchard. She pursued a career in teaching, specifically, Special Education. However, after she took at 10 year break to raise her young family, she decided to make a big change. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-70-reinventing-the-family-farm-for-midlife-happiness-with-andrea-mcfadden/
|Nov 01, 2018|
EP #69: Be a Mentor, Have a Mentor & Change Your Life, Interview with Tyson Sharpe
Mentorship can totally change your life. And, there are many similarities between being in transition after college and in in midlife. This week’s episode features another interview in the Midlife Mentorship Mini-Series, but this week you meet an amazing younger-than-normal guest who shares some insight with you about transitions.
In fact, we’re switching things up a bit. My guest is not a Women in the Middle.
In fact, he’s not a woman. And he’s not in the middle. He’s a 28 year old guy who I’ve had the pleasure of coaching and mentoring this past year.
My guest this week is Tyson Sharpe. It’s been so incredibly fulfilling for me to coach Tyson as he was at the brink of making some really significant changes to grow his coaching business. I’m a firm believer in the importance of not only HAVING a mentor in midlife, but also BEING a mentor in midlife. What an opportunity it is to give back to someone who is ready to learn. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-69-be-a-mentor-have-a-mentor-change-your-life-interview-with-tyson-sharpe/
|Oct 25, 2018|
EP #68: Designing your Home after your Empty Nest, Interview with Tobi Fairley
Your home and the way you feel in it is so important. Empty nest can shake things up in your life, especially the way you relate to your home. This week’s episode features another interview in the Weekly Wow Series, where you meet an amazing guest who shares some cool information with you!
This week, I’m thrilled to welcome Tobi Fairley to the podcast. She’s a woman in the middle who’s a successful designer and coach. Her award-winning interior design, product design and ideas have been featured on television and in publications worldwide, including House Beautiful, Veranda, Traditional Home, Huffington Post, HGTV and more! Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-68-designing-your-home-after-your-empty-nest-interview-with-tobi-fairley/
|Oct 18, 2018|
EP #67: 50 Unplugged Mastermind: Fall in Love with your 50s and Regret-Proof your Life!
This week we’re talking about how common it is in midlife to think about what you CAN’T do instead of what you CAN do. You’ll also hear about the 50 Unplugged Mastermind, an amazing new coaching program to help you fall in love with your 50s and regret-proof your life!
Maybe you’re almost 50, maybe you’re in your 50s. Whatever your age, you’re probably thinking about how old you are in some way or another. You may have even noticed that you’re quite aware of your age and what it means for you…and it’s not all positive. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-67-50-unplugged-mastermind-fall-in-love-with-your-50s-and-regret-proof-your-life/
|Oct 11, 2018|
EP #66: The Awesome Power of Midlife Mentorship, Interview with Susan Hyatt
Mentorship in Midlife is a super important topic. This week’s episode is the forth interview in the Midlife Mentorship Series on the Women in the Middle Podcast and features an interview with Susan Hyatt. Susan is a Master Certified Life and Business Coach based in Evansville, Indiana. She specializes in helping women get more of whatever they want—whether it’s more money, more media recognition, more pleasure, more passion, or more time to pursue meaningful goals. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-66-the-awesome-power-of-midlife-mentorship-interview-with-susan-hyatt/
|Oct 04, 2018|
EP #65: How to Relocate with Confidence, Interview with Margaret Vandergriff
Empty Nest Relocation! This week’s Getting Real with Women in the Middle interview features Margaret Vandergriff, someone who turned her disastrous relocation experience into a business that helps people relocate with confidence and ease. Basically, she works with them to make sure they feel confident that they’ll thrive in the new community of their dreams.
When Margaret’s found herself deep into an empty nest, she made a decision to move and shake things up. She had great intentions. But it didn’t turn out the way she hoped. Read more here: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-65-how-to-relocate-with-confidence-interview-with-margaret-vandergriff/
|Sep 28, 2018|
EP #64: How I Finally Became a Full-time Artist, Interview with Elaine Hoffman
This week’s Getting Real with Women in the Middle interview features Elaine Hoffman, someone who left a full-time institutional art environment to pursue making her own art full-time. It took several years to make the decision, but now that she’s on the other side of it, she’s thrilled she took the leap.
Elaine had a pretty traditional life. She had a job and raised her family. In order to do all of this, she sacrificed some things that were important to her too, which is no surprise to women in the middle! One of those things was making her own art. She was an artist, of course, but during those years, it wasn’t anything she spent a lot of time on. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-64-how-i-finally-became-a-full-time-artist-interview-with-elaine-hoffman/
|Sep 21, 2018|
EP #63: Empty Nest after Triplets: How to Find Your Career Path Again, Interview with Carol Molko
This week’s Getting Real with Women in the Middle interview features Carol Molko, a talented, busy mom who discovered her career path again when she had an empty nest. Her nest emptied out in a drastic way too because she had four children really close in age; in fact, three of them were triplets.
Back in the day, Carol went to university and got a job related to her degree. Everything changed quickly, however, after she had triplets. With four children under two years old, she made the decision to stay home and be a full time mom. Learn more here: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-63-empty-nest-after-triplets-how-to-find-your-career-path-again-interview-with-carol-molko/
|Sep 13, 2018|
EP #62: How Midlife Envy can Lead to Moving Abroad, Interview with Leslie Ender
This week’s Getting Real with Women in the Woman interview features Leslie Ender, someone who moved to Austria in midlife and started a small group travel business. She did what many of us fantasize about - she moved to a foreign country and did something cool!
Moving abroad wasn’t on her radar. She was quite busy dealing with her life. As her kids grew up, things became more difficult for her in several ways. Dealing with menopause was challenging; dealing with her empty nest wasn’t smooth either. Leslie noticed she actually felt jealous when making college plans with her kids. Read more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-62-how-midlife-envy-can-lead-to-moving-abroad-interview-with-leslie-ender/
|Sep 06, 2018|
EP #61: How to Find Joy when you Quit your Job without a Plan, Interview with Rose Schmidt
This week’s Getting Real with Women in the Woman interview features Rose Schmidt, someone who quit her job without a solid plan for how to make a living. She totally did something scary and is here to tell you all about how she did it and what she learned.
Rose lives in Ontario, Canada. She had a pretty big wake up call after some pretty significant loss. As a result, she knew she just couldn’t stay in career she had for 25 years. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-61-how-to-find-joy-when-you-quit-your-job-without-a-plan-interview-with-rose-schmidt/
|Aug 30, 2018|
EP #60: How to Think and Grow Young: Being Young at Heart
This week, we’ll be talking about our efforts to stay young at heart. Specifically, we’re taking a deep dive into what it’s like to be young at heart, why it’s a good idea to work on your thoughts and feelings about aging, and some solid ideas that can fit into your life when you want to be young at heart. Learn more here: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-60-how-to-think-and-grow-young-being-young-at-heart/
|Aug 24, 2018|
EP #59: Why a Midlife Mentor is a Priority, Interview with Jenny Shih
This episode features another one of my mentors, Jenny Shih! It’s the third interview in my mini-series about the importance of mentors in midlife. Jenny is a business coach and just loves helping women be more successful in business!
Specifically, Jenny’s the creator of one of the most effective online business coaching programs around, Make It Work Online™. MIWO is a three-month coaching intensive that gives you a proven, step-by-step plan and the high touch, personalized support you need to a grow a business that supports your life. I took this course, and several others that Jenny offers and am so grateful to have learned so much and to be able to call her a mentor. Learn more here: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-59-why-a-midlife-mentor-is-a-priority-interview-with-jenny-shih/
|Aug 16, 2018|
EP #58: How to Use Words to Change your Life, Interview with Mary Shores
Today’s guest episode is going to give you insight into how words can help you change your life. Our Women in the Middle Weekly WOW guest is Mary Shores, the author of the book, Conscious Communications.
Mary’s someone who has a lot to share when it comes to empowering yourself and taking your natural skills and talents and applying them. She spends her career as an author, speaker, and entrepreneur, generating positive and pragmatic solutions for people who are freaking out. She blends personal experience with her extensive knowledge of neuroscience and human behavior to guide businesses and individuals to defeat the freak out and create their ideal life. Learn more here: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-58-how-to-use-words-to-change-your-life-interview-with-mary-shores/
|Aug 10, 2018|
EP #57: Starting a Scary, New Thing like Running, Interview with Jill Angie
This episode gives you an inside look into what resistance to starting something new looks like. In my case, it’s running, but really, it could be anything, which is why I know you’ll identify with it too. And…, it’s a different spin on an interview because I’m the one who’s going to be sharing what’s going on in my mind that’s been getting in my way.
What you’ll hear is a pretty candid interview between Jill Angie, Life Coach and Running Coach at Not Your Average Runner (who you met in Episode 30, and ME, Suzy Rosenstein, a midlife gal who has been thinking about running for decades but is too afraid to get started. Learn more here: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-57-starting-a-scary-new-thing-like-running-interview-with-jill-angie/
|Aug 03, 2018|
EP #56: When you Realize you’re a Grown Ass Woman
Welcome to the one-year birthday episode of The Women in the Middle Podcast! To celebrate this growth, we’re taking a deep dive into how it actually feels to be a grown ass woman!
First, thank you so much for connecting with and listening to the Women in the Middle! This podcast wouldn’t be a “thing” without you and your support. Please continue to send me email and connect with me about more topics you want to hear and explore. I love your feedback and can’t wait to celebrate the next milestone with you as well!
Today’s episode is all about that subtle realization that you’re a grown ass woman and are more capable than you thought. Learn more here: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-56-when-you-realize-youre-a-grown-ass-woman/
|Jul 26, 2018|
EP #55: Why you Need a Midlife Mentor, Interview with Kendrick Shope
This episode features another one of my mentors, Kendrick Shope! It’s the second interview in my mini-series about the importance of mentors in midlife. Kendrick is a sales expert and just loves helping women be more successful in business!
Specifically, Kendrick’s the creator of the leading sales training for women entrepreneurs, Sales School. She also developed the Authentic Selling® process, which has created millions of dollars in revenue and new business for her clients. Learn more here: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-55-why-you-need-a-midlife-mentor-interview-with-kendrick-shope/
|Jul 20, 2018|
EP #54: When your Relationship with your Mom is Difficult, Interview with Karen C.L. Anderson.
This week’s episode features an interview with Karen C.L. Anderson, someone who is an expert at creating inspiration and advice for difficult mother/daughter relationships.
It’s another interview in my series called Weekly Wow. Weekly Wow introduces you to amazing women who have something relevant to share with women in the middle.
Specifically, today’s episode introduces you to Karen C.L. Anderson, who is a Master Certified Life Coach (certified at The Life Coach School) and also the author of the book, The Peaceful Daughter’s Guide to Separating from a Difficult Mother, which, by the way, is an international bestseller, and has sold over 130,000 copies (no longer available). Learn more here: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-54-when-your-relationship-with-your-mom-is-difficult-interview-with-karen-c-l-anderson/
|Jul 13, 2018|
EP #53: How Music has Healing Power for Neurodegenerative Diseases, Interview with CNN Hero, Carol Rosenstein
This week’s episode features an interview with Carol Rosenstein, Co-Founder of Music Mends Minds and 2018 CNN Heroes Award Nominee.
|Jul 05, 2018|
EP #52: Is It Time for an Empty Nest Dog?
This week’s episode is all about the wonderful option of getting an “empty nest dog” to help fill the void when your kids leave home. We’re going to be taking a close look at why this is an awesome idea for many people and also why it’s important for you to become aware of your thoughts about your desired lifestyle before you make this decision.
Making the transition from life with kids at home to life once they’re all moved out can sometimes be a bit of a bumpy ride. There can be some sadness and loneliness thrown in here and there as well. It’s definitely a phase that can be difficult for many. Learn More here: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-52-is-it-time-for-an-empty-nest-dog/
|Jun 29, 2018|
EP #51: Drinking More than You Want in Midlife, Interview with Rachel Hart
Today’s interview about drinking more than you want in midlife. Meet Master Certified Life Coach, Rachel Hart, who’s the author of the new book Why Can’t I drink like Everyone Else: A Step by Step Guide to understanding why you drink and how to take a break. Rachel knows first-hand that in order to change your drinking, you have to change your thinking. Learn more here: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-51-drinking-more-than-you-want-in-midlife-interview-with-rachel-hart/
|Jun 22, 2018|
EP #50: The Unbelievable Value of a Mentor in Midlife, Interview with Brooke Castillo
Welcome to the 50th episode of Women in the Middle Podcast!
Today’s episode of Women in the Middle kicks off a miniseries developed in honour of the one year anniversary of the podcast about why mentors rock in midlife.
Specifically, we’ll be talking about the unbelievable value of a midlife mentor, why you NEED a mentor in midlife and also why it’s amazing to BE a mentor in midlife.
I couldn’t think of a better person to help launch this mini-series than one of the most significant mentors in my life, Brooke Castillo. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-50-the-unbelievable-value-of-a-mentor-in-midlife-interview-with-brooke-castillo/
|Jun 15, 2018|
EP #49: My Decision to let my Hair Go Gray in Midlife, Interview with Perri Bender
This week’s episode features an interview with someone who thought about letting her hair go gray naturally for years and finally did it. The interview’s part of the mini-series, Getting Real with Women in the Middle, where you’re introduced to an amazing woman in the middle who made a big scary decision so that she would be happier in midlife. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-49-my-decision-to-let-my-hair-go-gray-in-midlife-interview-with-perri-bender/
|Jun 08, 2018|
EP #48: Gray Divorce in Midlife, Interview with Eva Sachs
Today's guest episode is going to help us understand a common life circumstance for women in the middle, midlife divorce. Our Women in the Middle Weekly WOW guest is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst and founder of Divorce Financial Consulting in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She's also the co-author of the book, When Harry Left Sally, Finding Your Way Through Grey Divorce. Learn more here: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-48-gray-divorce-in-midlife-interview-with-eva-sachs/
|May 31, 2018|
EP #47: Are you playing small?
This week’s episode is about staying and playing small. It’s when you make a decision not to show up the way you know you could. We’re also talking about why you might be making this decision and what baby steps you can take to stop playing so small so that you can finally step into your zone of genius and shine. Learn more here: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-47-are-you-playing-small/
|May 24, 2018|
EP #46: Why I Left Teaching & Moved Home after my Husband Died, Interview with Jen Mowrer
This week’s episode features an interview with someone who made a huge change in her life after her husband died at only 38 years old; she quit her job as a classroom teacher to move back to her hometown after 30 years away. The interview is part of the mini-series, Getting Real with Women in the Middle, where you’re introduced to an amazing woman in the middle who made a big scary decision so that she would be happier in midlife.
Jennifer Mowrer is a woman in the middle. She had a lot to handle after her husband died of cancer at such a young age, on 38 years old. She was only 40 at the time. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-46-why-i-left-teaching-moved-home-after-my-husband-died-interview-with-jen-mowrer/
|May 18, 2018|
EP #45: Why I Said Goodbye to my Medical Practice, Interview with Katrina Ubell, MD
This week’s episode features an interview with someone who said goodbye to a career she worked extremely hard to excel in, her pediatric medical practice. The interview’s part of the mini-series, Getting Real with Women in the Middle, where you’re introduced to an amazing woman in the middle who made a big scary decision so that she would be happier in midlife.
Katrina Ubell found herself questioning how happy she was as she transitioned into midlife. As a busy pediatrician, she loved helping people and working with children, but found the lack of flexibility in her job a real problem. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-45-why-i-said-goodbye-to-my-medical-practice-interview-with-katrina-ubell-md/
|May 10, 2018|
EP #44: When You’re Too Busy
This week’s episode is all about another common occurrence in midlife – feeling too busy.
More specifically, we’re going to be talking about what happens when you feel too busy on a regular basis, how feeling this way can create unnecessary stress and what you can actually do about it to make sure you’re out of autopilot and living intentionally, even when you have a lot to do. Learn more here: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-44-when-youre-too-busy/
|May 03, 2018|
EP #43: Empty Nest from the Inside Out, Interview with a Kid who Flew Away
Join us today for some unique insight about the whole empty nest thing from the inside out. This week’s episode features an interview with a twist because it’s with a 21 year old GUY! It’s part of the Getting Real with Women in the Middle Mini-Series, but this week we’re going deep inside the mind of someone who knows what it’s like to be a kid who left the nest and has some insights to share with us all. Women in the middle will definitely appreciate hearing things from his point of view! Learn more here: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-43-empty-nest-from-the-inside-out-interview-with-a-kid-who-flew-away/
|Apr 26, 2018|
EP #42: When you Get a Midlife Wake Up Call
This week’s episode is all about a common occurrence in midlife – getting a wake-up call. We’re going to be talking about what a wake-up call looks like, what a wake-up call feels like, why it’s important to listen to your wake-up call, and how to take the important next steps when a wake-up call has your name on it. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-42-when-you-get-a-midlife-wake-up-call/
|Apr 20, 2018|
EP #41: How to Build an Adventurous Attitude, Interview with Stacey Newman Weldon
This week’s episode features an interview in the Getting Real with Women in the Middle Mini-series that introduces you to a real life woman who has has made a big change and figured out how to love her midlife.
Stacey Newman Weldon went from being an award-winning corporate sales director at major magazine brands to being an entrepreneur who focuses on helping women be more adventurous. Learn more here: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-41-how-to-build-an-adventurous-attitude-interview-with-stacey-newman-weldon/
|Apr 12, 2018|
EP #40: How Selling my Business Helped Me Discover Myself Again, Interview with Sara Petroff
This week’s episode features an interview that’s part of the Getting Real with Women in the Middle mini series.
Getting Real introduces you to real life women in the middle who have made a big change and figured out how to love their midlife.
Join us as we meet Sara Petroff, an creative entrepreneur who made an incredibly difficult decision to sell a successful art gallery business after 20 years. It was a hard road back, but she eventually rediscovered herself and her core gifts and talents as an interior designer. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-40-how-selling-my-business-helped-me-discover-myself-again-interview-with-sara-petroff/
|Apr 06, 2018|
EP #39: Why What You Loved as a Kid is Important in Midlife
This week’s episode is all about taking a close look at what you really loved as a kid and why it’s important for you now, in midlife. More specifically, this episode looks how you get a handle on what used to bring you joy, explores why it used to bring you joy and shows you how important it is to be open to finding clues from your past to have a richer and more fulfilling life going forward. Learn More here: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-39-why-what-you-loved-as-a-kid-is-important-in-midlife/
|Mar 30, 2018|
EP #38: How Yoga Pants Help You Hide
This week’s episode is all about YOGA PANTS. More specifically, we’re going to be talking about your relationship with them, what you make them mean, and how they can help you completely disconnect from the truth. In a way, yoga pants give you freedom and also take freedom away.
Most Women in the Middle have discovered the extreme comfort of wearing yoga pants. You’re probably wearing them right now. You certainly don’t have to DO yoga to WEAR the pants. And many of us subscribe to that behavior. Learn More: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-38-how-yoga-pants-help-you-hide/
|Mar 23, 2018|
EP #37: Interview with Jennifer Thornton, Clifton Strengths Coach - The Importance of Knowing Your Strengths
This week’s episode is all about the importance of identifying your strengths in midlife. Essentially, what makes you tick and how to identify what you’re great at. I bet that’s something you might want to know more about! Today we’re talking about all of it.
This is another episode in the Weekly Wow with Women in the Middle Series, which introduces you to real life women in the middle who have some pretty cool and highly useful information to share with you. That’s how I feel about this strengths work.
My goal for Weekly Wow is to bring you topics that will literally make you say, WOW! I’m glad we’re talking about this!
This week, meet Jennifer Thornton, a Certified Clifton Strengths Coach, who first discovered strengths work in her own career, and then saw such powerful results, she decided to help other people the same way. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-37-interview-with-jennifer-thornton-clifton-strengths-coach-the-importance-of-knowing-your-strengths/
|Mar 16, 2018|
EP #36: Why Multitasking is Bad for Your Health
This week’s episode is all about something that you can easily relate to. It’s extremely common because you probably think it’s a really good thing and strive to do it better. But...it’s not. It’s MULTI-TASKING. More specifically, we’re going to be talking about the myth of multitasking, why multitasking feels efficient but really isn’t and how multitasking may really be a bad thing, for your brain and your health. Read more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-36-why-multitasking-is-bad-for-your-health/
|Mar 08, 2018|
EP #35: Midlife, Mindfulness and Sex with Jessa Zimmerman
This week’s episode features an interview that’s part of the mini series, WEEKLY WOW with Women in the Middle. WEEKLY WOW introduces you to amazing people who have really useful information to share with you, so much so that at the end, you’ll be thinking, “WOW, I’m so glad we’re talking this!”
Today’s interview is all about better sex in midlife, even with menopause and everything else related to aging. Jessa Zimmerman a certified sex therapist, addresses some of the challenges and opportunities that midlife presents you with when it comes to your sex life. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-35-midlife-mindfulness-and-sex-with-jessa-zimmerman/
|Mar 01, 2018|
EP #34: Expect the Unexpected when You Have an Empty Nest, Lizards and All
This week, I want to talk to you about a common midlife experience, the adjustments that you have to continue to have to make as you deal with the whole empty nest thing. This episode is all about really pushing yourself to communicate and manage your emotions better so you are a happier and less aggravated midlife mom. Read more here: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-34-expect-the-unexpected-when-you-have-an-empty-nest-lizards-and-all/
|Feb 22, 2018|