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Crone Tribe is a Midlife & Menopause blog for women 40, 50 and beyond. It’s a space to find support and information to help navigate the labyrinth of midlife, menopause and later. It’s a place to celebrate and empower the wild and untamed nature of women as we age…

Do you feel?…

  • That you want to rediscover your soul and reawaken your magic, dulled over the years?
  • That you want to work in collaboration with nature to age powerfully and beautifully?
  • That you want to find your soul’s purpose for the second half of your life?
  • That you want to feel PROUD to be maturing, like a fine wine into your best years?
  • That you want the confidence and support to reject society’s negative perceptions and stereotypes of the mature woman?
  • That you want to offer your hard earned wisdom to the world without being written off?

If so you have found your Tribe…

We are just getting started!

I set up Crone Tribe because I couldn’t find a space that represented me on the web as I travelled through Midlife & Menopause. I want to create a resource that supports women like me on their path and provides encouragement as well as information and ideas.

I don’t pretend to have all the answers but I’m on a quest to find them…

I’m proud to embrace “Crone”, a word often used as an insult. I’m reclaiming it and enjoying the process of growing into my Cronehood. The Crone archetype is powerful with a deep wisdom honed over the years. She is radical, revolutionary and unstoppable. Her power is within all of us…

Welcome to Crone Tribe

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“Who is The Crone? She is the most dangerous, the most radical, the most revolutionary woman in existence. Whether in fairy tales or in consensual reality, the old one goes where she wants to and she acts as she wishes; she lives as she chooses. And this is all as it should be. And no one can stop her. Nor ought they try.”

Clarissa Pinkola Estés