Launching Meg's Menopause at Home House•
Posted on March 11 2019
Oh wow! What a night! We had the most amazing time helping Meg Mathews launch her site Meg’s Menopause.
Meg has been an absolute powerhouse in bringing the menopause, and all its trials and tribulations, to the mainstream from speaking candidly on Loose Women and Lorraine, to her regular column in Red, we’ve forgotten what life was like before her honest voice was in this space. This week we rang in her successes with the official launch party of her site and she did not disappoint. Hosted in the boujix Home House members club we were joined by the stars of the screen such as Tamara Beckwith, Jo Wood and Andrea McLean were even treated to delicious cocktails courtesy of Hoxton Gin.
Meg’s Menopause is a bountiful resource of witty and candid insight into some of the more difficult elements of the menopause, with well researched contributions too. Meg runs through each of the common menopause symptoms giving a personal account of how they have affected her and the methods she used to help manage them. This is your all-in-one resource for learning tried and tested tactics to manage anxiety and depression, mood swings, hot flushes and more from Meg and a selection of trusted professionals. I’m personally a huge fan because it’s been refreshing to hear her honesty and it’s made us all feel so much more relieved to know it was just me going crazy!
Check out the #megsmenopause hashtag to see all the pics from the night but here is our fave!
Meg is talking across social media too so get involved with the conversations through her channels t/i/f @megsmenopause
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