Wise Women has been created for and about 50+ women to share stories, be inspired, learn from each other, have fun, and support projects helping women.

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Receive a thoughtful quote from a wise woman (with a short bio) to start your day, Monday through Friday.

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FREE ONLINE STYLE MASTERCLASS

The Wardrobe Revamp: 5 steps to creating outfits you love without starting from scratch

Wednesday 20 March at 8pm
or
Thursday 21 March at 8pm 

  • The 5 Steps to a mix and match wardrobe
  • How to avoid the ‘alien effect’ and choose pieces that you feel great in
  • Why colour is the essential ingredient and how to use it
  • That size doesn’t matter, it’s all about proportions
  • The benefit of creating wardrobe clusters based on your lifestyle
  • How to set yourself up for shopping success
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Connect

We share stories of 50+ women, both past and present, to recognise and celebrate their brilliance, talent, determination, achievements, passion and wisdom.
WISE WOMEN STORIES

Learn

Living a healthy and fulfilled life requires continual learning, and we will offer a range of opportunities to learn from other wise women.
LEARN FROM OTHER WISE WOMEN

Projects

We highlight wise women and community groups in their endeavours to improve the lives of other women less fortunate.
PROJECTS MAKING A DIFFERENCE

Life’s Third Act – an inspiring TEDTalk by Jane Fonda

“There have been many revolutions over the last century, but perhaps none as significant as the longevity revolution. We are living on average today 34 years longer than our great-grandparents did – think about that. That’s an entire second adult lifetime that’s been added to our lifespan.
And yet, for the most part, our culture has not come to terms with what this means. We’re still living with the old paradigm of age as an arch. That’s the metaphor, the old metaphor. You’re born, you peak at midlife and decline into decrepitude!
But many people today – philosophers, artists, doctors, scientists – are taking a new look at what I call “the third act” – the last three decades of life.” …

“Women’s strength, women’s industry, women’s wisdom are humankind’s greatest untapped resource. The challenge then for U.N. Women is to show our diverse constituencies how this resource can be effectively tapped in ways that benefit us all.”

Michelle Bachelet, former President of Chile and United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights