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The first half of life is for learning. The second half of life is for living.

The New Mid is a frank, funny look at women in mid-life and their day-to day-struggles and successes, as well as the big stuff - questions about meaning, fulfillment and happiness. It’s a place where women in their 40’s and up are breaking societal boundaries and expectations, while still dealing with real life issues such as caring for aging parents or restarting their careers.  You’ll get real talk with nothing held back about the topics you care about, with experts weighing in on health, sex, finances, relationships and everything in between.

Aug 8, 2022

How often do you focus on what you love and can control? To achieve your dreams and have others support you in your journey, you have to choose to focus on the positives in your life and exercise gratitude.

In this episode of The New Mid, I speak with Kate Volman about the power of dreaming again and rediscovering your...

Aug 1, 2022

In today’s podcast as it’s a continuous of Michelle's conversation with Dr. Tabatha Barber. If you haven’t listen to Part 1 you might want to go back and listen as we talked about hormone replacement therapy and what’s the scoop on the cancer connection – hint, there were flaws in the study. In today’s...

Jul 25, 2022

Are you working to break the chains that are holding you hostage to your limiting beliefs? If you want to live your best mid-life, it’s important that you work on your mindset to be more welcoming to change and joy in your life.

In this episode of The New Mid, I speak with Desiree Maya on how to intentionally work on...

Jul 18, 2022

How do you release stress and anxiety from your mind and body? Have you given thought to how tapping on certain points in your body can help you find calmness when you’re stressed?

In this episode of The New Mid, I speak with Lorna Hollinger on the benefits of EFT tapping and how to do it to relieve stress...

Jul 11, 2022

If you are struggling to lose weight, hot flashes, night sweats and so many other symptoms of menopause a lot of what we're dealing with has to do with the imbalance of our hormones. Dr. Tabatha Barber is a triple board certified OBGYN and has a fantastic podcast The Gutsy Gynecologist Show. 

In this episode we talk...