Nothing wrong with a good haircut, but in midlife we're dealing with so much more. We're dealing with changes. (Sometimes it feels like everything is changing at once.) At the same time, we can feel stuck. Is this all there is?
Maybe midlife is time for a big change in your life. Or maybe it's a time for a change in how you approach the life you have. Maybe it's a time of shifts in relationships or responsibilities. The Good Life @ Midlife can help you navigate the demands you face and create the life you want to live.
Ever look at an old picture and wonder what happened to that girl? She's still there. You can't redo the last decades of your life but you can reconnect with what made that girl's heart sing. The Good Life @ Midlife can help you live into the woman you want to be now and in the years to come.
No matter how many hats we wear, there's just one woman beneath them all. Your emotions and your thoughts are part of who you are, but so is your faith and spirituality. In The Good Life @ Midlife, we embrace all of who you are, and we do it with honesty, depth... and even a bit of humor.
Each month I give you a short video addressing part of the midlife journey. I'll give you insights to consider for your own life, tools you can use and inspiration for change.
Once a month you'll receive an email with 3 short things. It may be a book or movie I've found to be good, a quote I've found or a paragraph I've written, an article you might find useful or even a song I've found inspiring.
Each month I'll host a conversation time where you can ask me questions and continue the conversation from the Masterclass. You'll also have a community for supporting each other.
The monthly master class, tools and other materials will become an easily accessible library. For as long as you're a member, you can find what you need.
Cancellation is easy. If you decide to cancel, you let us know.
Because it's a monthly membership, there are no refunds. Just cancel and you won't be charged the next month's fee.
I generally define midlife as anywhere from your forties into your sixties. If you resonate with the questions on this page, you qualify.
That being said, I'm not checking IDs at the door. You get to decide if it's the right fit for you.
I've been a minister for over thirty years. For over a dozen years I've had a private therapy practice. While this group isn't therapy, I've learned a lot of things along the way that I can pass along to you. I've also been trained by the staff of Elisabeth Kubler-Ross (global pioneer for our understanding of grief, death and loss), and have worked alongside them for over twenty years staffing grief workshops. Dealing with loss is a natural part of midlife, but a piece that's neglected most of the time.