Inspiring Women in Midlife to Reclaim Their Magic

The Middle Aged Goddess first made herself known to me about the time I was saying so long to my thirties. I quickly nicknamed her the MAD —aka Middle AgeD— Goddess, for she spoke to me from the heart of my wildest yearnings to have reign over my own life. She is a madwoman in every mirthful, fearful and powerful nuance of the word. She has taught me that life isn’t about growing older, it’s about developing an ageless attitude, and the MAD Goddess has Attitude with a capital A.

Years passed quickly, and losing my youth wasn’t easy, but the MAD Goddess showed me how to keep my eye on the bigger picture, and give my energy to the truly important things in my life, like family, friends, and health. And there are perks, like more patience, less drama, and a whole lot of living life my way—with intention.

It’s so much easier when you stop sweating the small stuff. Every day is sacred an opportunity to create a little magic—even if it’s a simple as brewing up a cup of tea and lighting a scented candle.

A few things I’ve learned

Others will

  • place no greater value on you than you place on yourself
  • give you no more respect than you give yourself
  • not love you any better than you love yourself

Now after two decades the MAD Goddess compels me to share our tales of the journey beyond midlife, creating magick, and finding sovereignty. You can keep up with my latest rumination, ramblings and unruly rants of a not so old woman by following my Bloggity, blah, blah.

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