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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.

May 23, 2022

Today's I'm happy to interview Dr. Roseann Capana-Hodge who is a trailblazer for children's mental health! She is the founder of The Global Institue of Children's Mental Health, author and media expert who is changing how we view and treat children's mental health. She doesn't believe the solution is to medicate...


May 16, 2022

Are higher prices getting you down? Feeling like your money isn't going as far as it used to these days? I know the feeling that's why I asked Financial coach Alissa Locke to help us navigate how to have a better mindset around money. We talk about the importance of tracking your money. Know where you spend and look...


May 9, 2022

As summer quickly approaches and we start to exchange our heavy coats and layers of clothes for shorts, summer dresses and bathing suits - Michelle speaks with fitness expert, founder of Flipping Fifty Debra Atkinson. Debra has been helping midlife women flip the script on what it takes to lose weight now that our...


May 2, 2022

During Midlife we find it's really difficult to lose weight or keep weight off. In Today's episode Michelle interviews Cynthia Thurlow who is a nurse practitioner, has over 20 years in the health and wellness field, is seen as a global expert on intermittent fasting, has 2 highly successful Tedx talks, and now can add...


Apr 25, 2022

Have you wondered why we are so sick as a nation?  Cancer, Autoimmune diseases, Type 2 Diabetes, Alzheimers, ADHD, Autism, to name a few! Today's guest, Marilee Nelson, has a lot to share with us from her own journey.  She avoided a kidney transplant at age 23 by using food as medicine. Later, she nursed her 10...