Health & Happiness

Helping Women through baking

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Luminary Bakery is a social enterprise that was set up as way of helping vulnerable women who are socially and economically disadvantaged. Designed to offer opportunities for women to build a future for themselves and their families. they  provide a… Read More

The Future of aging?

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Take a look at this fascinating but scary view of the future and how we strive to be connected. In the trends world we talk a lot about ‘being connected’ and how our idea of perfection is changing to include… Read More

#womankind

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As part of the day job I have been researching macro trends for 2017/18. These are big picture ideas which bring together the most innovative and inspiring ideas from art, design, fashion, technology, interiors & architecture, food, the media and… Read More

Tech enhanced Nanna skills

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The Sausage Nonnas (image from The Cassandra Report) A feature on The Cassandra Report recently, highlighted how entrepreneurs are tapping into older peoples cooking skills and their desire to be part of a their community by setting up online schemes… Read More

Suzanne Moore on the menopause

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Illustration by Alexis Anne MacKenzie For those who didn’t see this brilliant feature on the menopause, written by Suzanne Moore in the New Statesman. Here it is again. One of the most honest and insightful views on the never discussed… Read More

Tomorrow is Already Here

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Julie Simon is a photographer, stylist and wardrobe assistant, who lives in New York. Her latest project Tomorrow Is Already Here is a personal project which documents images of her mother ageing – in an attempt to stop time and… Read More

Be Bolder with Older!

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  Simone Duckstein on Be-Bolder.com We are indebted to TWR reader Andrea, who tipped us off about the fabulous new pro-age site Bolder, launched this March by photographer Helen Cathcart and freelance writer Dominique Afacan. The site has a simple… Read More