Stefanie Osborne is used to turning heads. The Adelaide based silver stylist lives and breathes fashion and has a contagious passion for Australian designers and style leaders. We talk to Stefanie about her experience launching a business in her 60’s and how she has found that living a stylish life only gets easier with age.
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.
Increasingly, women over fifty are turning to alternative, supplementary income streams such as Airbnb, to assist with the rising cost of living. As a result, mature women are the fastest growing segment in this unique hosting community, and are often the highest-rated hosts on the platform. Our own Airbnb aficionado, Nadine Cresswell-Myatt takes a look at some of the benefits of becoming an Airbnb host, and the many ways it is empowering older women financially.
Linda Cropper knows what it’s like to be on the receiving end of a life-changing performance. When the acclaimed actor was a student at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), she was a firsthand witness to the magic of stagecraft. The source? Lady Macbeth herself.
I’ve just eaten a litre of vanilla ice cream, a packet of chocolate biscuits, a frozen cheesecake and seven dried figs in less than 40 minutes. But what’s triggered this lack of control, this most recent escape into such short lived anaesthesia? Well, my laptop suddenly gobbled up the two thousand words I’d just written for this article and emotional eating has been a big part of my life for the past 35 years.
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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