Katherine Baldwin is an independent journalist who writes women’s lifestyle, real-life, and first-person features for newspapers, magazines and websites around the world. Topics include dating and relationships, body image and eating disorders, personal development and spirituality. She also writes about women’s rights, humanitarian affairs and social entrepreneurship. Katherine is writing a book, called The Baby Gap, about the large number of women who are reaching the end of their fertile years, still hoping to have children and wondering what to do about it. You can find out more about her work at katherinebaldwin.com or read her blog at fromfortywithlove.com.
Shoes and I don’t get on too well. They rarely fit right, often hurt my feet and I find it hard to find styles that look great and are easy to walk in.
Buying shoes can be quite an ordeal. My shoe mission begins with a long period of win Read More →
Today’s women rock! We’re smart, savvy and successful. We reverse park, change the oil on our cars and put out the garbage. We climb mountains, dance salsa and play sports. We keep the house clean, put up the shelves and pay th Read More →
I’d always considered myself to be a hard worker, someone with a good degree of determination, an ability to see things through to the end. Surely I wouldn’t have got where I am today – reasonably established as a journalis Read More →
To date or not to date – that is the question. The answer, you’d think, would be simple, given my age and my circumstances. I’m 41 and single. I’d like to have a relationship and children of my own. And I live in London, a city Read More →
I was reading Psychologies magazine the other day when I came across an interview with Elizabeth Gilbert, author of the much-loved book Eat, Pray, Love. What she said really struck a chord:
“My therapist told me years ago that Read More →
I have my talents but Internet dating isn’t one of them. I pay my subscription, put up my profile, send a few smiles or winks, write or reply to some messages and then … lose interest.
Unless the guy asks me out for a coffee or drin Read More →
I’m 41, single, healthy, active, and independent. I work for myself, own a home in one of the world’s greatest cities and have a fabulous bunch of friends. If it weren’t for the baby dilemma, this truly would be the best time Read More →