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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.

Nov 30, 2020

 In midlife we are juggling so many different responsibilities and often times when a crisis occurs it's us women/moms who are the ones that tackle what needs to get done. I wanted to speak with a someone who has handle many important crises and come out the other side. Chris Colville President/CEO of YMCA of Frederick...

Nov 23, 2020

Thanksgiving is just around the corner and it’s going to be a bit different this year. We can hold on to some of our traditions but maybe it time to try something new, something more healthy. I reached out to Pump + Rye owners Amy Nesbit and Megan Hook to get their take on everything food!

Here's a few takeaways:


Nov 16, 2020

Are you wondering how you can keep you and your family healthy this cold and flu season? We are still waiting for a vaccine for the Coronavirus so we need to find natural ways to protect ourselves. We all need to social distance 6ft, wash our hands and wear masks but in addition to all of that, it's important more...

Nov 9, 2020

In Midlife a lot of us are thinking about starting our own businesses. How do you know if it's right for you? In today's episode I speak with Kim Dow from Sass Creative Studios and Sass Magazine about what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur. 

  • Not everyone is cut out to be an entrepreneur. 
  • It takes a lot of hard...

Nov 2, 2020

After spending time in local news and watching what was happening to her community, Shana Knight decided to do something about it. She left her television production job to get hired at United Way but while there was so much civil unrest and being home quarantined she realized she wanted to do more. In today's episode I...