Despite being labeled as digitally ‘out-of-touch’ research shows baby boomers are spending more time online than any other generation, viewing social media as having a positive impact on their lives. It should come as no surprise that Facebook is the most popular social hangout for women over fifty in Australia, but for those of us that might not be as au fait on the interwebs as we would like, Deborah Chambers proffers a little insight as to how social media just like a millenial.
Over the course of her 30 year career in fashion, Guardian journalist and creator of the popular blog That’s Not My Age, Alyson Walsh, is regularly asked her opinion on style. Though rather than peddling the same tired old fashion rules, her advice is refreshingly simple – wear what makes you happy, and don’t be ashamed to rock your big undies.
Former Masterchef contestant Benita Orwell overcame ageism and personal adversity to land herself a spot on the internationally acclaimed reality cooking programme. She hopes that her story will inspire more women over fifty to follow their dreams not in spite of their age, but because of it.
Lisa Hall is the free-spirited couturier behind the womenswear label, Madame Hall, creating bespoke, original attire for urban bohemians. Unlike other western fashion designers before her, Lisa was not content to simply fly home with a suitcase full of Indian fabrics, and instead, traded life in Sydney for a remote Indian town at the age of 48.
By immersing herself in what truly inspires her — art, traditional crafts, and colour as a reflection of everyday life, Madame Hall has flourished, attracting a dedicated community of followers and customers from around the world, and even gracing the pages of Australian Vogue on one Cate Blanchett.
People are often uncomfortable around vegans — jokes Catherine Carr, adding that they are often viewed with trepidation as if on conversion mission, seeking unquestioning followers for their new religion. The Sydney-based Counsellor and Vegan Food Coach has long believed in the use of food as medicine but is mindful of the fact that each person is on their own food journey, and we can’t always be so dogmatic about our diet — life gets busy, and it needs to be lived.
Broad is the premier publication dedicated to the life, style and beauty needs of mature Australian women. We put women aged 50-plus centre stage, to disrupt the stereotype of ageing through quality journalism and a design lens that embraces the beauty of being older.
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