Hey there, I’m Alice Agnello. Having a hard time as an empty nester? Feel like your kids were your life and you’re nothing without them? How can you be overwhelmingly proud but also feel lost at the same time?
You were busy for years taking care of everyone else and had no time for yourself.
Imagine your dreams that were put on hold while raising kids.
Don’t you think it’s time to go after them?
In this show, I want to help you figure out who you are now that your kids have grown and don’t need you as much. I’m your snarky girlfriend who tells you like it is from a place of absolute love. I truly want you to find yourself again in midlife and be deliriously happy.
Every woman deserves to know who she is, now that her children have grown.
Have a question or topic you’d like to see me talk about on the show? I would love to hear it. Go to aliceagnello.com/podcast and submit your idea.
Download the FREE guide to 5 Things You Can Do This Week To Help Find Yourself at aliceagnello.com/theguide and take a step towards discovering who you are now!
Ep. 85 - The One With The Pause
"So thank you, Beautiful, for listening to my observations about relationships, families, men, women, children, and all around life. That’s all we ever want, really. To have someone listen to what you’re saying and feel heard. You have made me feel heard and I will forever be eternally grateful for it." - Alice Agnello
Ep. 84 - What To Do In Midlife To Save For Retirement - with Stephanie Sammons
"Money is just a tool. Life is a journey. And the two really go hand-in-hand when planning for retirement." - Stephanie Sammons
Ep. 83 - How To Move Forward After Divorce In Midlife - With Rev. Dr. Marisha Stewart
"So I think one of the biggest triggers is, is looking back and thinking that there's more in our past than there is in our future. And that is the biggest, I would say, stumbling block for us as women because we still crave and desire the past when there's more in our future, but you can't see it because you keep looking back." - Rev. Dr. Marisha Stewart
Ep. 82 - 10 Things I'm Thankful For This Wonderfully Wacky Year Of 2020
"I’m thankful that I have the power of choice. This concept was on my list last year and I built upon it this year. If I chose to keep saying no to myself then I have nowhere to go and only one person to blame if I don’t move forward. I have the choice to choose a new path that is definitely scarier than the one I’m on." - Alice Agnello
Ep. 81 - How To Make Better Food Choices During The Holidays - With Renata Cambria
"Mindset is really what is going to determine whether you're successful going through the holiday season. And again, planning is everything. If you think a little bit ahead of time and come up with the strategies as how to navigate these issues, then ... I'm not saying you're not going to gain a couple of pounds through the season, but then you could easily get rid of them. The idea is not to really go into overdrive." - Renata Cambria
Ep. 80 - The Holidays, The Coronavirus, And Letting Go Of Perfection
"My biggest piece of advice is to LET GO of perfection. This holiday season is NOT GOING to be PERFECT. Start thinking outside the box. If you can’t celebrate with your family and friends in the same room, how can you at least capture the spirit of the holidays and make everyone feel loved?" - Alice Agnello
Alice is smart, practical, and inspirational!
Alice and I share a passion for women in midlife, and the opportunities and challenges we face! We first became acquainted when she launched this podcast and it is exciting to see all of the valuable episodes she’s created. This is one of top recommended podcasts for women in midlife!
Feel-Good Podcast about Midlife
I love Alice’s candor and compassion. She dishes out great advice – not just for empty-nesters! If you’re looking for a weekly dose of midlife motivation, you’ve found it! Highly recommend!
-Amber Beam, Career Coach
A positive way to look at some hard concepts
I've really enjoyed Alice's perspectives of some of those hard empty best experiences and how to focus on positive ways to make these experiences count.