A podcast sharing Eleanor Mills’ midlife philosophy and her work
An article about the struggles of women experiencing ‘burn out’ from their jobs in the pandemic
A podcast about badass women featuring Noon founder, Eleanor Mills
An article about women in their fifties who feel they are overlooked at work due to the menopause
Midlife women hold all the power — and only a fool would ignore them by Eleanor Mills
An article revealing the insights from specially commissioned Noon research
Awakening the Power of Midlife Women by Avivah Wittenberg-Cox
‘[Eleanor Mills has] dreamt up a design for a new future: spearheading a movement to help other women…step into a more accurate sense of their collective power….The result, a short 18 months later, is a mix of activism and education via an online platform, brilliantly named Noon. And a series of retreats designed for midlife women, of which I attended the first.’
Stop making menopause a brand! It’s about healthcare, not money by Eleanor Mills
‘Eleanor Mills, founder of Noon, a UK hub and media platform supporting mid-life women, tells BBC Culture: “Change is very difficult, and transition is hard. There’s a forgotten army of women who are under-served. We’re providing a new map for women in later life, as they’re starting to move into their prime and discover their purpose and the next version of themselves.” The Noon Book Club is a central element of the Noon offering, and is hosted by Sam Baker, podcaster and author of The Shift – How I (Lost and) Found Myself after 40 and You Can Too.’
The world’s most powerful businesswoman Sheryl Sandberg talks about finding love after her husband’s death, taking on stepchildren – and fighting for women hit by the pandemic.
— Eleanor Mills talks to Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg
Why now is the perfect time for a career reboot by Eleanor Mills
US-based style site YouLookFab.com featured Noon and our fashion expert Stacey Duguid
The piece prompted a robust discussion among Telegraph readers.
Chris Evans Breakfast Show with Sky