59 episodes

A podcast to celebrate GenXers at midlife, with humor, heart, and a really good beat. In each episode, writer Nancy Davis Kho of MidlifeMixtape.com interviews fellow GenXers about how they're thriving in the years between being hip and breaking one. From discussing the first concert each guest ever saw, to what’s easier and harder than they expected at midlife, to what piece of advice they'd give their younger selves, the conversations will inspire, entertain, and maybe even make you feel stoked to be caught in the middle.

Midlife Mixtape Nancy Davis Kho: Gen X humor writer and '80s song lyrics over-quoter

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8, 59 Ratings

A podcast to celebrate GenXers at midlife, with humor, heart, and a really good beat. In each episode, writer Nancy Davis Kho of MidlifeMixtape.com interviews fellow GenXers about how they're thriving in the years between being hip and breaking one. From discussing the first concert each guest ever saw, to what’s easier and harder than they expected at midlife, to what piece of advice they'd give their younger selves, the conversations will inspire, entertain, and maybe even make you feel stoked to be caught in the middle.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
59 Ratings

59 Ratings

Redhairing21 ,

Savvy Auntie Episode has gotten me hooked!

I started with the Savvy Auntie episode because it caught my attention, as I am not a parent, but an auntie. I’ve actually been wanting to find a group for non moms with ambition. Thanks DJ for this track! ✌🏻💕🍷, Tiffany

howshemoms ,

New favorite!

Maybe it’s because I’m turning forty this month. Maybe it’s because Nancy, the host, and I share an addiction to attending live concerts. Maybe it’s because her tagline is my favorite tagline ever. For all those reasons, plus the fact that Nancy just knows how to put a great podcast together, Midlife Mixtape is one of my new favorite podcasts.

lightning68 ,

Breath of fresh air

I really enjoy this podcast. I am Gen X (Class of 1968) and find that this is an oasis in a world dominated by Boomers and Millenials. MY PEOPLE....finally. Thanks for your work.

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