Sheree Clark tricked me into talking about my laundry – not my dirty laundry, mind you; in fact it was my very clean laundry… but it was an odd moment in our recent phone conversation, which incidentally also happened to be a recorded interview for her upcoming podcast series, It’s YOUR Time: Turning the Midlife Crisis into
Category: Interviews With Ann
VoyageLA Magazine Features Ann Voorhees Baker
I’m very pleased to announce that VoyageLA Magazine has published a feature article on me, and of course it’s mostly about Women At Woodstock. If you’re wondering why the heck I would be featured in a Los Angeles magazine when Women At Woodstock is held in upstate New York, the answer is: I actually live in
Get Yourself Some Coffee, Or Wine, and Listen In – Women At Woodstock 2018
I had a wonderful conversation the other day with an old friend, Eileen Williams, Feisty Side of Fifty radio host on Blog Talk Radio, and an original Women At Woodstock alum. She asked how the whole Women At Woodstock thing started in the first place, and wanted to know what’s happening at our workshop weekend
Join Me on “Midlife on Fire” with Eva Medilek
I’m excited to share that I was asked to join a group of 21 women-in-midlife leaders who are to be featured in Eva Medilek’s series, “Midlife on Fire: How to Create Powerful Shifts in Thoughts and Actions to Ignite a Life of Wow! ” Eva is conducting daily interviews for over three straight weeks and
I Talked To Nicole Christina The Other Day…
And you can listen in on our private conversation. At least that’s what it felt like when she was interviewing me for her show, “Zestful Aging.” She’s a seductress, I swear – not sexually, but in a friend-mother-sister way; her careful wording in asking questions, her tone of voice, her simply compassionate way of being –
She Said It Better Than I Did – My Interview in Convene Magazine
A couple of weeks ago, Michelle Russell, Editor of Convene Magazine, sent me a message asking if she could interview me about our retreats – how they’re organized, how they’re different, why they work, why they change some women’s lives. “Me?” I thought. Why would a meetings-and-conventions magazine want to know anything about our gatherings?
My Next Act Interview Got Me Thinking Again – “Why Women At Woodstock?”
I was honored when Hélène Tragos Stelian contacted me to ask if I would be interviewed for a feature article on Next Act For Women. Well, yeah! She then proceeded to ask me many probing questions that required me to actually sit down and think about what the hell I was doing with, like, my life.