Midlife crisis? Not quite, for Gen-X guys. At least that's the experience of Spanish videographer Miguel Castro.
Listen in as he candidly talks about fatherhood in his 40s, walking away from a long-time job, and facing fears - and the unknown - with confidence.
She's a world-renowned designer from Turkey who expresses herself through fashion and design - within a very special context.
An artist with leather, lace, lights and 3D printing, Arzu Kaprol has been called both "futuristic" and "architectural".
Her work is not just a magical reflection of her rich heritage, but also her spirituality.
Listen in as we catch up with Arzu...and you won't see clothing in quite the same way again.
More people are travelling alone these days. And they're not just young men with backpacks, or veteran travellers.
A growing number of these SOLO TRAVELLERS are women. Many are executives from Asia, and in their 40s.
So - what's the appeal of leaving home and exploring on your own?
Marga, Tanya, and Karla are reunited to discuss the pitfalls and pleasures of travelling alone.
So...maybe the pressures of the world are getting to you? Too much work? Or not enough? Freaking out about the things you can’t control?
Maybe you’re older than you ever imagined…and feel too tired to keep moving forward. Sound familiar?
How do you stay afloat?
Mental health professional (& fellow Gen-Xer) Darby Latshaw returns to give us a few survival tips.
Ever wonder what your skin ‘tells’ people about you?
Do you have a tattoo? Are you part of a gang? Is that all that you think ‘marks’ you?
For over 20 years, Marianne Diaz has been helping gang members, like herself, in Los Angeles make a fresh start.
Hear her story of transformation, and maybe see the world a little differently.
Sometimes, one person can change your life.
It's a fact that more people are having kids later in life.
In the UK, birth rates of women in their 40s have risen to a higher level than that of women aged under 20 for the first time since 1947.
In this episode, we have an honest discussion with international TV journalist Divya Gopalan about the joys and pains of being a first-time mom in her 40s, while maintaining a high-pressure job.
How many hours do you spend online and how does it affect you?
In this episode, we speak to Los Angeles-based musician-turned-therapist Darby Latshaw about issues of identity, stress, and anxiety in the age of social media.
What's it like to be an independently-employed woman who is also raising a family? Inky Nakpil, a veteran freelance fixer for foreign media companies, shares her secret to being a mom while hopping from one Philippine island to another managing numerous TV crews.
In this episode, Marga, Karla, & Tanya -- our gang of Gen-Xers -- talk about the importance of food on memory and identity.
With guest appearances by adobo, pancit - and muscles! Yes - not the shellfish.
Listen in to learn about the Filipino culture of food sharing, and the expat eater's longing for home.
Ever find yourself wondering why you’re doing what you’re doing?
Maybe your career doesn’t suit you anymore, and you’re looking to do something else. Anything else.
How do you transition from one thing to the next?
After 30 years as a journalist and media professional, former TV executive Charie Villa speaks to us about following one’s bliss as she embarks on a new adventure that couldn’t be more different than pursuing the news.