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Replacing the fear and uncertainty of menopause through inspiring stories, expert knowledge and connection with a whole tribe of Queenagers

Replacing the fear and uncertainty of menopause through inspiring stories, expert knowledge and connection with a whole tribe of Queenagers


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Replacing the fear and uncertainty of menopause through inspiring stories, expert knowledge and connection with a whole tribe of Queenagers




Why We Need A Peri Menopause Hub with Emily Barclay

Why is it that we don't know what to expect when we reach Peri-Menopause? There are whole sections of the library about what to expect when you're expecting and we understand puberty in great detail, so why not menopause? Find out more here:


What Morals & Values Should You Instil In Your Children And Why?

How do we, as parents, instil in our kids the things that are the most important to us? And what about the things that we don't necessarily mean to pass on as values or ways of being, but do? Now those are the ones we get to feel really guilty about, right? Find out more here:


The Hidden Blessings of Menopause with Brenda Rogers

Most of the focus on midlife and menopause is negative: the mood swings, the brain fog, the admittedly awful symptoms, but there's a huge, and often hidden, blessing in changes taking place. Find out more here:


Why Losing Weight Is All In The Mind

How many times have you shovelled popcorn into your mouths when you're watching a scary movie? Recognising the reasons for doing something is the first step to having control over it. Find out how you can do that when it comes to eating & weight loss. Find out more here:


The horrific conditions for members of the gay community in refugee camps

When members of the Sydney LGBTQI community started an online group, they were excited to find that a group of refugees in an African camp had joined. Then they realised the extent of the violence and suppression these people are subjected to; some were so malnourished they didn't have the strength to lip sync through a full song. Find out more here:


How to keep your identity when you‘re a full time parent

How do you retain your identity when by default, you need to step in to be your children's voice of reason, their educator, their conscience and in doing so, you can easily forget who you are and what you want. Find out more here:


What Every Woman Can Do To Secure Her Future Right Now

Women aged 50+ are the fastest growing category of homeless people. Listen to episode 77 to find out all about that - But there are a few easy things that we, as midlife women, can do to kickstart the second half of our lives and secure ourselves financially. Find out more here:


The Science of Finding the Perfect Colours That Bring Out the Beauty In You!

Colour plays a unique role in our mood, thoughts and other's perception of us. Finding the right colour palette not only boosts your lifestyle but brings out a better you! Need some help finding your best style and colours? Click here to find out:


How Sex Trafficking Operates and What You Can Do About It

Sex trafficking has become easier to conduct and more accessible than ever before. How is it being tackled today and what can you do to help end the problem? Click here to find out:


How the brain works (and how little we know about it)

Why is it that even when our brains experience a massive trauma, they can relearn how to do everything they did before. However, at the same time, massive trauma to the brain can also lead to a change in personality. Find out more and connect with us:


The BEST Way To Organise Your Life

Ever felt overwhelmed and snowed under with the amount of things that need doing? Or that you’re juggling too many balls in the air and they’re all starting to fall down around you? Find out how to get your life organised. Click here to connect with us:


Sex After 50

Susan Jarvis has made it her mission to inspire women, no matter their age, to have a fabulous sex life and to provide them with access to high quality products to help them reignite their love life. **WARNING EXPLICIT** Find out more here:


How to survive menopause in the workplace

If you’re experiencing the symptoms of menopause when you’re at work, how do you create open communication about what’s going on, what those around you can expect and how do you survive menopause in the workplace? Dyna Vink tells us how. Find out more here:


Why The Rights Of The Individual Don‘t Apply To You

When people say, "This is my God-given right" or "This is my right as the individual", they're using that as a get out of jail free card to do whatever they want, which means the consequences of their actions shouldn't affect them. Find out more here:


How to help little people through big moments with Hannah Davison

When we have kids, nobody gives us a manual telling us how to do things, it’s all a big make-it-up-as-you-go-along guessing game. So, when the big events in a little person’s life come along, things like a new baby in the family, starting school or someone dying, how do we talk to them about it? How do we teach them to identify and communicate how they’re feeling? Find out more here:


Why you need to be your child’s parent not their friend

As parents, we all want our children to be happy and we’ll do whatever we can to keep them happy and to avoid giving them any pain. But we could be doing them more harm than good when we do that. Dr Stephen Spencer explains why. Find out more here:


Pain and Prejudice: A Call to Arms for Women and Their Bodies

‘Women are in pain, all through their bodies; they're in pain with their periods, and while having sex… And many are so, so tired … But women's pain is all too often dismissed, their illnesses misdiagnosed or ignored.‘ Find out more here:


Why Old Wives Tales might lead to a better understanding of medicine

Why does modern medicine dismiss ‘old fashioned’ herbal remedies as not efficacious? Are ‘old wives tales’ all nonsense? Find out why there is actually little difference between modern medicine and the traditional herbal remedies. Find out more:


Why Logic Never Wins An Argument With A Fanatic with Ryan O‘Connor

We’ve all been talked over, ignored, sidestepped or ridiculed when we’ve tried to point out the flaws in the logic of a person who’s wrapped up in and inflamed by conspiracy theories. This is why. Connect with us here:


How to recognise a cult by the words they use

Laura Conti discusses the similarities between fundamentalist religious sects and the QAnon conspiracy theorists. Find out more here: