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Mixing Up Midlife

Welcome to Mixing Up Midlife, a weekly show for mid-lifers and empty nesters who want to shake up their middle years one challenge at a time. 

Part reality show, part audio diary and part cocktail hour, join us each week as we Mix up Midlife by doing the things we set aside while we grew our families and careers. 

 

Feb 26, 2021

Terri and Melissa talk about the ALL the things, including the Happiness Project, by Gretchen Rubin, Cross Country Skiing, Instagram Reels, Vitamin D, The Weekend Watch of Rectify and I Care A Lot. Most importantly here is Melissa's Youtube channel, where she's creating vlogs. Check out the gorgeousness of her cross...


Feb 19, 2021

Is it possible to stay on your own path, put the blinders on to what others in your "space" are doing and stay happy? In this episode Melissa and Terri talk about competitive feelings and walking their own walks.

Will reading The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin help?

Cocktail of the week: The Godfather 2oz. Blended...


Feb 12, 2021

Terri and Melissa try to find the treasures in the tragic by doing the homework that life & laughter coach Pasha Marlowe gave them in episode 57. Melissa came up with a good one. Sad, touching and funny. Just like life. Terri is burning up with a HOT FLASH (a little life moment that really gets us hot and...


Feb 5, 2021

Terri & Melissa take on the world of comedy and improv and have Pasha Marlowe to lead them!

Pasha is a life and laughter coach, podcast host, and author. In her ROAR with laughter program, she empowers womxn to speak their radical truths on live comedy stages. Pasha's first book "My Next Husband will be a Lesbian" will...


Jan 29, 2021

Terri and Melissa have been following the PopUpPurge, an incredible method for clearing your home and your mind, by author Mary Vraa, for a week. They've written their charters and have been tackling the clutter that has creeped into their homes. Who knew magnifying glasses and knitting needles could be difficult to...