The Community That Celebrates Women Over 50

Tired of society’s tired stereotypes about aging?

Me too!

Especially for us women, it can feel disheartening to see what’s expected of us as we hit 50.

Guess what? We don’t have to conform! Thanks to movements like Third Age Mojo and AARP’s The Ethel lifestyle newsletter, we can learn to embrace this new chapter for what it should be – vibrant and exciting!

Within The Ethel, you’ll find stories that celebrate life’s second act, packed with inspiration, practical tips, and a healthy dose of humor to help you make the most of every amazing year.

Smash the Stereotypes

Named after AARP founder Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, The Ethel aims to come together as a community to help older adults be heard and connected.

Within the weekly newsletter and online community, you’ll find the best stories related to sex, health, beauty, aging, and relationships, written by women in their own Third Age journeys.

You’ll find articles about female friendships, 85 year-old TikTok stars, finding love and happiness after loss, and even smart traveling tips.

I love the variety of articles that they have on offer and enjoy getting these great things right in my inbox each week.

Forge Social Connections

One of the great things about The Ethel? It helps you to foster connections with other women in the world. Alongside their newsletter, The Ethel also offers online communities that you can join for free on Facebook.

Want to connect with 63,000 women like you? Join the free, but closed Ethel Circle Facebook group. Moderated to be a safe space for its members, you just have to answer a few questions and wait to be approved. Then you’ll be able to engage with a bunch of women going through life in the same stage as you.

You don’t need to be an AARP member to join the group or get the newsletter either!

Rewrite the Ageism Narrative

It’s time to ditch the ageism pushed by our culture. Ready to live differently? Check out The Ethel or join their free communities.

You’ll get a free, weekly dose of inspiration and connection, reminding you that life after 50 is bursting with possibilities.  

What does your vibrant second act look like?