Joy

Experience an infusion of delight with our Joy topic for women in midlife, from books and travel to interiors, shopping and more.

FAQs: Noon Reboot Retreats

Got questions about our signature Reboot Retreat? We're always adding to this. Or contact us via email to discuss questions directly.

Choose your room for the Reboot Retreat

You'll feel like you're staying at a friend's for the weekend, as long as the friend lives on an historic 3,000-acre estate that goes back 32 generations.

What to expect at the Noon Reboot Retreat

Discover what awaits you at our signature retreat in the Yorkshire Dales.

An alternative to Valentine's Day: Galentine's Day

Chrissy Iley loves Galentine's Day -- an antidote to 14 February and the requirements of Valentine's Day.

Book Club February 2022: Julietta Henderson

The NOON Book Club - the only online book event for midlife women. Join us as Noon founder Eleanor Mills talks with Julietta Henderson

Noon Expert: Christina Ioannidis

Christina helps people transform in midlife, so they can act as their own muse to get their mojo back and feel invigorated mentally and physically.

Noon Academy Presents

Poems for midlife

Allie Esiri's collection A Poet for Every Day of the Year features poems for life's big and little moments. We excerpt ones for empty nest, hope, love and more

Photography that can save the world

As we think more about the health of the planet, Ami Vitale tells how photographers can help us connect with the natural world.

I became a lingerie model at 48

Rachel Peru divorced and started over...before experiencing other set-backs. Then she volunteered for a charity fashion show

Book Club November 2021: Rachel Joyce

Sign up for our September Noon Book Club featuring bestselling author Rachel Joyce. Plus you get a copy of the book

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The transformative power of beauty in midlife

There's more to beauty than mere pleasure and satisfaction, says Sue Peart.

Picture: Sian Trenberth

At school I wanted to be a writer but the careers teacher suggested hairdressing. At 60 I finally got published

Julie Owen Moylan always wanted to be a writer. She finally stopped listening to her doubts...and made it come true