Lorna and Marianne describe the similarities between women and supernovas. How to become all you can be in the later stages of life and create new stars by your inspiration.
Your best life,
for the rest of your life.
Isn’t She Amazing Podcast
Women and alcohol. What is YOUR relationship with alcohol? Lori McCarthy leads us in a discussion about understanding how you relate to alcohol and offers great suggestions on how to adjust that relationship as necessary.
Women are in a position in their 50's, 60's and beyond, to learn the questions to ask to decide how to invest their money and make a plan for the future. Laura Nash, CFP, tells them what to ask and the things that are important to consider when building a financial plan for a bright future.
Lorna and I were so riveted with the information that Avery Clyde shared, that we spent the whole podcast taking notes! Skin care for women over 50 using only using toxin free supplies. She gave great advice and an entertaining presentation. You don't want to miss a moment! Check out her movie www.ificouldtellyoumovie.com about underground fertility. Her struggle with fertility was the...
As she begins to deal with empty nesting, Tracy Fitzsimmons shares what her 15 years as President of Shenandoah University has taught her about sending our kids off to college. How do we do that? What do we teach them? How do we prepare ourselves and the kids for the transition? Lots of really practical important information for parents.
Carol has a great career in High Tech at Microsoft. She's also a wife and mother dealing with her Empty Nest. Listen to the great ways she balances her busy life...lots of great tips for you.
Molly shares with us about her motivation and experience that enabled her to begin a non profit as badly needed as Her's Bridge. A life saving organization for aging veterans. Molly is living her dream!
A bundle of energy, Stephanie Alexander tells Marianne and Lorna how she juggles two full time businesses while battling and overcoming breast cancer.
Eileen Isola shared her journey as a woman in the Air Force to decorated combat pilot as a member of the LGBTQ community, hiding in plain sight, avoiding arrest and imprisonment, only to be diagnosed with breast cancer, followed by a deep healing journey back into becoming a pilot again. Follow her journey at www.eileeni.com as she gets ready to publish her memoir!
Surprise endings can create thriving transitions and wonderful new opportunities. Cynthia discussed her transition from manufacturing to being the CEO of a new organization. She had great advice on working through transitions and making the most of them.