London, United Kingdom, January 14, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- 2017 has been declared Year of the MAGS.
In a world where everyone is talking politics, and worrying about the future, Middle aged women everywhere should now celebrating.
Yes, Middle aged women have to deal with menopause, feeling a little left on the ‘shelf’ due to having taken career breaks to raise kids, or just feeling invisible in todays’ society.
Then, MAGS was born. Rachel the founder of MAGS said, “I found myself after a long career in hospitality now in a position where I was not considered ‘cool’ enough anymore to run the trendy bars and restaurants, and my energy levels were not what they used to be. I also found it hard to find reliable information on menopause, and I definitely could not find anyone to talk to about it. That seemed wrong, we should be talking about it.”
MAGS is Middle Aged Girls talking about MAGS stuff. Focusing on her personal journey, Rachel hopes that opening up discussion could make it ok to talk about the issues that affect middle aged women everywhere. Changes in circumstance, lifestyle or even career can affect women in middle age, then add in menopause and it can be very daunting.
A line of Merchandise has also been launched, to ensure women everywhere can get talking about being middle aged, the issues and together come up with solutions to everyday problems.
Middle aged girls is a blog and merchandise store, talking about MAGS stuff.
Merchandise can be found at: http://www.cafepress.com/middleagedgirls
The MAGS website can be found at: https://middleagedgirls.com/