1. More people are mingling over tea and menopause chat
Menopause-friendly spaces are on the rise in a bid to tackle the isolation and loneliness that can be associated with this phase of life.
The runs popup events where people can enjoy cake and tea while having open discussions about the menopause. The project, which draws inspiration from the began in Perth, Scotland, and now events take place across the UK, as well as a handful in the US, Canada and Austria.
“Humans learn through relationship and storytelling,” says Rachel Weiss, the project’s founder. “We need to know we’re not alone.”