“Our well-being needs change as we do. The good news is that it’s never too late to start working on your well-being and taking better care of yourself..”
Midlife can be challenging. There so many things to deal with from empty nest and finding your purpose to dealing with health challenges and menopause. The good news is that you can turn all those challenges into opportunities. Doing so will enable you to transform and bloom at midlife, and today’s show is going to help you!
We’re talking with Claire Gill, founder of the National Menopause Foundation, a trusted and relatable resource to raise awareness and understanding of menopause through education, activism, and community building and Sari Botton, author of And You May Find Yourself… Confessions of a Late Blooming Gen-X Weirdo.
It’s going to be a fun, informative show that will help you Rock Your Midlife!
More About My Guests
Claire Gill launched the National Menopause Foundation in September 2019. Its mission is to be a trusted and relatable resource to raise awareness and understanding of menopause through education, activism, and community building. Previously, Ms. Gill spent 20+ years in public relations and marketing for national nonprofits and public relations firms with Fortune 500 clients. A respected leader in women’s health, she serves on a variety of coalitions and working groups promoting the needs of women at midlife. She also hosts The Positive Pause podcast featuring interviews with experts on a variety of topics impacting women’s health and well-being. In addition, Ms. Gill is the Chief Executive Officer of the Bone Health and Osteoporosis Foundation, an organization dedicated to improving American’s bone health and preventing osteoporotic fractures.
Sari Botton is the author of the memoir in essays, And You May Find Yourself…Confessions of a Late-Blooming Gen-X Weirdo. She is a contributing editor and columnist at Catapult, and the former Essays Editor for Longreads. She edited the bestselling anthologies Goodbye to All That: Writers on Loving and Leaving NewYork and Never Can Say Goodbye: Writers on Their Unshakable Love for New York. She teaches creative nonfiction at Catapult, Bay Path University and Kingston Writers’ Studio. She publishes Oldster Magazine, Memoir Monday, and Adventures in Journalism.