Discover how Sue’s birthday present for a friend turned into a career making contemporary handmade quality jewellery designs
Discover Chapter 3: a not for profit social enterprise geared towards supporting September people into self-employment.
Belinda’s story raises more than just the issue of women in their 40s and 50s finding work.
Autumn leaves? What will you do today? What do you WANT to do today? What I learnt at 33/48…
So, yes, life is very full, very busy. And yet, despite all of this, life can be lonely. Read Angela’s story about life beyond paid work and employment
In around 2008, my children had grown up and the grandchildren weren’t all my responsibility. And then something unexpected happened…
Why a film company contacted me to see if I would feature as one of the 12 dullest men in Great Britain. You can imagine my brain began to wonder, am I really dull?
“If I could take anything from knowing you both it would be that life is there to be enjoyed, as you never know when the ride will be over”. Read Elliot’s letter to his Nan
I’ve not only got to my old age (which amazes me!) I’ve learnt how to use a computer, Facebook and run my own blog. If I can do it, you can do it too!
Setting up your own business can be daunting but a woman setting up a business in a male dominated field – even more so.
Read this inspiring and engaging article from Summer, a supporter of September Woman, who tells us about owning and running her own business
You start to see life differently, you let the little things go. Its made me appreciate spending more time with family and friends
The joys of a September woman retirement is highly recommended, we have done our bit and now its time to reap the rewards
Age doesn’t matter, it’s all relative. You are only as young as you allow yourself to be.
Want to hear about the big event in the scary Hall?
Unusual title for a blog, but it sums up the next part of my September woman journey!
My potential for great grandchildren… and the circle of life goes on.