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The Flipping 50 Show

Let's start Flipping 50 with the energy and the vitality you want for this second half! I solve your biggest challenges and answer questions about how to move, what to eat, and when, along with the small lifestyle changes that can make the most difference in the least amount of time. Join me and my expert guests for safe, sane, simple solutions for your second (and better) half!

Apr 28, 2020

Hello, another week of COVID19. Congratulations you’re doing this.

How are you? In these times I’ve heard from many of you that the information about boosting your immune system and exercising smarter right now is valuable – and necessary – I’ve also heard you want to focus on the bigger picture too. And the things you cared about weeks and months ago are still important to you. Today’s episode with a guest who wrote the book on aging is I think you’ll find fits both now and your future.

My Guest

Stephanie Raffelock helps self-aware, educated women who are interested in shirking the toxic myths and stereotypes of aging. She proves that women aren’t finished living their best lives at 50, 60 and beyond, but instead, how they become the wise elders of our culture.

Stephanie celebrates age and shows how it’s a privilege to grow old - how every single day is a gift. “Peter Pan’s mantra was that he was never going to grow up. Her mantra is that we never stop growing”.

Stephanie is the host of the Coffee Table Wisdom podcast, promoting healthy aging in body, mind, and spirit. As author and blogger, she writes about universal, life-transforming forces – grief, gratitude, triumph, loss, and love. Stephanie’s latest book "A Delightful Little Book on Aging" is set for release on April 28, 2020, through She Writes Press. 

A graduate of Naropa University’s in Writing and Poetics, Stephanie has penned articles for numerous publications, including The Aspen Times, The Rogue Valley Messenger, Nexus Magazine, Omaha Lifestyles,, and

Interview Topics: 

  • Overcoming ageism in ourselves and in America.
  • Why women especially are afraid of getting older.
  • The positive aging movement

Questions we answer in this interview: 

  • What is the positive aging movement and why is it relevant?
  • You use a term “wise elder” What does it mean to be a wise elder?
  • What happens to creativity as we age?
  • Why do we fear age?
  • What does it mean to you to age well?

Connect with Stephanie:



Twitter: SRaffelock



Show notes:

Stephanie's A Delightful Little Book on Aging published on April 28th.