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How to Rewrite the Rules of Midlife

with Amy Nobile & Trisha Ashworth

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  •   01 Um, Is This It? (Why We Wrote This Book)


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About The Class

A Guide to Navigating the Challenges and Opportunities of Our Middle Years

No one ever said getting older would be a picnic. Your appearance is changing. you seem to discover a new ache or pain on a daily basis. You’re juggling caring for your growing kids and your aging parents. Or you might be in a relationship that leaves you feeling a little stuck.

Whether you’re married, single, widowed, divorced, with children or without, once you reach your 40s or 50s, you inevitably ask yourself, “Is this it?” You start to wonder what your life is all about and what changes you can make to bring more meaning, happiness and contentment to this next stage of life.

Amy Nobile and Trisha Ashworth are here to offer you a roadmap on how to turn a potential midlife crisis into a midlife opportunity. Rather than bemoaning the loss of youth, you’ll learn how to embrace this new phase and thrive during your later years. Amy and Trisha will inspire you to redefine beauty, strengthen your current relationships and discover new ones, explore novel career paths, and get a whole new perspective on aging.

In this class, you’ll learn how to:

  • Figure out who you want to be when you grow up.
  • Break through the fears that are holding you back.
  • Care for yourself when you’re also caring for growing children and aging parents.
  • Explore new job or career opportunities.
  • Connect more with your family and community.
  • Find ways to revitalize your love life.

Lesson Plan

  1. 01

    Um, Is This It? (Why We Wrote This Book)

  2. 02

    Balancing an Eighteen-Year-Old and a Seventy-Eight-Year-Old (Entering the Perfect Storm)

  3. 03

    Who Do I Want to Be When I Grow Up? (Aligning Expectations and Reality)

  4. 04

    For the First Time, I’m Becoming Myself (Finding Meaning, Community, and Happiness)

  5. 05

    Do These Crow’s Feet Make My Ass Look Big? (Redefining the Idea of Beauty)

  6. 06

    Is This Really the Only Husband I’m Ever Gonna Have? (Expect a Midlife Relationship Reset)

  7. 07

    Don’t Be Afraid to Fail, Be Afraid Not to Try (Discovering Your Purpose and Passion)


Meet Your Expert

Amy Nobile & Trisha Ashworth

Amy Nobile and Trisha Ashworth are the authors of the bestselling I Was a Really Good Mom Before I Had Kids and I’d Trade My Husband for a Housekeeper. They are the founders of ASH + AMES, a jewelry company that empowers female artisans around the globe, gives back to developing countries, and creates a platform for women to launch their own independent businesses.   ... read more

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  • Ashleigh Underwood

    July 2018

    I heard a lot of should and could but not much in solid actionable items and processes. It was very light and mostly referred to the book for DETAILS. I felt that this was more like a free seminar that was really an advertisement for the book, not a paid seminar where I had an expectation of value.

  • Jayne Smith

    Jayne Smith

    July 2018

    Thanks so much Amy & Trisha, for helping me get excited about a new door opening before me instead of being sad about the old door closing behind me :)

  • Vipin


    July 2018

    Is there a "guy" version of the book or this course? I need it I guess... :-)

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