Getting Comfy in Your Midlife Empty Nest with Lisa Boate - 2.50

 

Getting Comfy in Your Midlife Empty Nest with Lisa Boate – 2.50

 

In Episode 2.50, I catch you up on what I’ve been up to lately, including a cold plunge experience I did recently,  and then I’m chatting with Lisa Boate who will help you to get comfy in your midlife empty nest.

If you are currently navigating midlife, I know that you are well aware that it is often a time of challenges

One that we have talked about a lot and one that almost all of us can relate to is that our hormones start to do weird things as we negotiate perimenopause.

Another one, which is not so relevant to me because I don’t have my own kids but I know is very relevant to many of my patients and clients in midlife is that your children are growing up and leaving the nest.

Not only are our bodies changing but on top of that, the roles that we have been defined by for decades are shifting as our kids gain their independence and leave home.

It can definitely be a time that feels destabilizing but my guest today is here to discuss strategies to help you reclaim yourself and your life in your midlife empty nest.

 

Tune in and Listen Below

 

 

What You’ll Hear (and don’t want to miss!)

 

0:24: Intro

1:45: Update on my latest adventures including snowboarding fun, a Florida trip and a cold plunge experience on a girls weekend

6:36: In Episode 2.50, we are discussing your Midlife empty nest with Lisa Boate

45:22: Outro

 

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Lisa’s Website: www.leaninfindhome.com

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Cold plunge experience. Here’s me really trying to hold it together

I relaxed a little and even smiled. I was still excited to get out after 2 minutes 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Midlife Improvement Project podcast is hosted by Dr. Peggy Malone. Dr. Peggy Malone is a Chiropractor turned Life Coach who helps women over 40 lean into the magic of being a woman in midlife. She helps you to get curious and then gain clarity about where you want to go next with this one precious life and then helps you incorporate adventure and play on your way to that version of you. In her play time, Peggy plays basketball, practices back handsprings at ‘Old Lady Gymnastics’ and goes on epic snowboarding adventures with her bearded husband John. She is based in London, Ontario, Canada where she and her husband love to throw parties, watch NFL Football and cuddle with their ragdoll cat, Amigo. Listen in each week to her podcast The Midlife Improvement Project as Dr. Peggy helps you increase self awareness and build confidence as you discover what got you here and get clear about where you want to go next on the way to being an even better you.

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Until next time,

 

Let’s get to work on improving your most important project.  That’s YOU!  Especially in midlife, let’s stay focused and get after it!

Thank you so much for listening.

Big Love,

Peggy xo