Libbi Gorr is one of Australia’s most iconic broadcasters. Working across radio and television she is widely known for the creation of the 90’s it-girl and football tragic, Elle McFeast, and has been at the forefront of Australia political and social commentary ever since. Casey Rafferty caught up with Libbi recently to chat balance, ‘leaning-in’ and the Gen-X sandwich.
Many older women are turning to alternative income streams and flexible living arrangements as they adjust to changes in circumstance, be it through separation, divorce, retirement, or simply the need for a change of scene. For writer Nadine Cresswell-Myatt, housesitting offers a way to keep living costs down between larger trips, with a few amusing anecdotes to boot.
As we look to inspirational fifty-plus women over the seas, artist and iPhoneographer Allo Greer, known by the moniker Motorcity Mystic, reminds us that life is too short to play small.
Stylist Claudine Calliebot, is by far one of the edgiest 50-plus women in Geelong. Not one for the white capri pant and floral tunics that normally adorn those living so close to the coast, she is turning heads with her unique take on femme-punk, and has recently collaborated with some of the country’s hottest new designers, including Geelong’s very own Birdskin.
June Norman was a good girl who always did what she was told. But all that changed when she hit her 60s. Now the 76-year-old great-grandmother is a convicted criminal who is using her age as a weapon to influence environmental and social change, Selise McLaggan writes.
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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