Author Archives: Suzy Rosenstein

Midlife Women Podcast Career

Ep #8: Why You’re Miserable at Work and How to Change It

Are you currently in a job that looks great on paper – with good benefits, paid vacation, and a steady salary – but you’re totally unhappy there? Do you feel like you’re wasting time at your miserable job, simply going through the motions and not fully present? Do you feel stagnant or like there’s something…

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Decisions Midlife Podcast

Ep #7: Making Big Decisions

I have to admit, I’m fascinated with how people make big decisions. Some people make decisions with ease; others get paralyzed by the process, afraid that they’ll choose something they will regret. This week on the Women in the Middle podcast, we’re taking a deep dive into the topic of making big decisions: Why some…

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Midlife podcast underwear

Ep #6: A Look at Your Underwear Drawer & the Importance of Self-Care

“Self-care is a deliberate choice to gift ourself with people, places, things, events, and opportunities that recharge our personal battery and promote whole health—body, mind, and spirit.” ― Laurie Buchanan, PhD Ladies! What is going on with your ugly underwear and the whole “midlife thing?” Do you wear underwear that you know should be thrown…

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Midlife Podcast Midlife Funk

Ep #5: Feeling Like You’re in a Midlife Funk, and Why It’s the Best News Ever!

 “The golden age is before us, not behind us.” – William Shakespeare Have you been feeling “off,” like you’re not yourself? Have you been feeling unsure of what to do and having a difficult time making decisions? Or maybe you’re feeling stuck or stagnant and you can’t figure things out? If you have, there’s a…

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Midlife Podcast for Women

Ep #4: Empty Nest and When It’s Finally Time for Your Baby to Go to College

As the back-to-school time of year rapidly approaches, a certain level of uncertainty and anxiety begins to creep into the thoughts of a lot us who are facing an impending empty nest. On this week’s episode of Women in the Middle, we’re talking about the thoughts and feelings that we face as our last chick…

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wOMEN IN THE MIDDLE PODCAST EPISODE 3

Ep #3: Do You Feel Your Age? – Tips for Good Mental Hygiene

“You don’t stop laughing when you grow old, you grow old when you stop laughing.” ― George Bernard Shaw How do you feel about your age? Are you open about it, proud of it, or are you worried about judgment from others? Most of us have ideas about what our age means but, generally, those…

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WOMEN IN THE MIDDLE PODCAST EPISODE 2

Ep #2: The Model – Your Mindfulness Framework

Welcome back to episode 2 of Women in the Middle where we’re talking about a “The Model,” a mindfulness tool that will help you supervise your thoughts. I’m excited to share this incredible tool with you because it can essentially help you solve any problem in your life. Does that sound too good to be true?…

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women in the middle podcast episode 1

Ep #1: Welcome to the Women in the Middle Podcast!

Welcome to the very first episode of the Women in the Middle podcast.  It’s been a long time in the making, and I am so happy to finally share this show with you! Are you in the middle of: Having kids and grandchildren? Parents who don’t need help and parents who do? A career that may…

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New! Women in the Middle Podcast

I’m thrilled to announce the launch of the Women in the Middle podcast! It’s been a long time in the making and I’m really excited to finally share it with all of you. Midlife in your 50s doesn’t have to be about watching your life pass you by. You don’t have to feel stagnant and fearful…

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Do you scream for ice cream? Yummy mindfulness

I’m sure you remember that little ditty from childhood, “I scream, you scream, we all scream ice cream!” Even in midlife, several decades after you and your friends would “sing it,” it’s pretty much STUCK up there in your mind. STUCK. LIKE. GLUE. It’s like that with lots of songs and tunes actually. More so…

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