Live on Zoom! Lisa Levine, in conversation with Nicole Brodeur - Midlife, No Crisis

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Don't dread getting older – embrace it! Midlife, No Crisis: An Audacious Guide to Embracing 50 and Beyond guides women through this transformative time with easy, actionable advice, inspirational quotes, and scientific studies. Vibrant and gorgeously designed (aka ready for #Bookstagram posts on Instagram), this how-to guide features bites of happiness and pick-me-ups that encourage readers to practice self-care, cultivate positive habits, and let go of what's holding them back from living their best life. Women over 50 are often readier than they realize for this kind of joyful change, as they have survived many of life's challenges and finally know themselves.

In Midlife, No Crisis, you'll learn how to:

• Change your perspective on aging
• Create a life for who you are today
• Make time for healthy habits
• Dream audaciously
• Chart a course for the next stage of your life

It's never too late to find your passion, live with renewed purpose, and become the woman you were meant to be!


Lisa Levine is a certified Life Coach through the Martha Beck Institute and a certified Health Coach through IIN and feels strongly that Wellness is a partnership between body, mind & spirit. She’s also a Certified Nutrition Expert through the Academy of Culinary Nutrition.She helps women who are approaching midlife to create new and healthy habits in the way they think, eat, sleep and move, empowering them to live their lives fully and audaciously. Originally from the East Coast, she currently resides in Seattle spending much of her time writing, drinking matcha, overusing emojis, parenthesis, and punctuation (can’t stop, won’t stop), enjoying the beauty of the PNW, and playing in the kitchen, creating healthy fare for her family and friends. She is comforted by the reminder that the only constant in life is change and by the deeply rooted belief that ultimately everything will be OK in the end. If it’s not OK, then it’s not the end. 


Nicole Brodeur is a former Seattle Times columnist.


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