Issue 04 Spring 2017 -- Digital Version

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Linda Cropper – Offspring star and stage actress Linda Cropper has built a career around inhabiting the lives of complex women. She speaks to Broad about the state of ageism in Australian television, and why her portrayal of Geraldine Proudman resonates with women of all ages.

Karen Batson – Thai cuisine diehard and self-trained Executive Chef Karen Batson on travelling the world to find a job she loves, and helping to build some of Melbourne’s most iconic food empires.

We talk to the founder of Australia’s largest for-women gym empire, the humble powerhouse that is Diana Williams of Fernwood Fitness, about low tech social media and entrepreneurialism in the eighties.

After 24 years as an accomplished neuropsychology professor, clinician, and researcher, Jenni Ogden is living off-grid on Great Barrier Island, off the northeast coast of New Zealand, where she has just finished her first work of fiction, A Drop in the Ocean.

Not content to see the world from a crowded coach window, wanderluster Andrea Powis built her small group travel company Travelling Divas as a respite for all the single ladies and intrepid travellers that long to find a like-minded travel partner.

+ New season Spring wardrobe inspiration for all sizes from our best local designers, curated by Bree Cash.

+ Take a break and soak away the Winter without the need for a long-haul flight at one of Australia’s most blissfully indulgent adults-only retreats.

+ Binge eating. It's more common than anorexia, so why aren't we talking about it? Elly Varrenti's Confessions of a Middle-Aged Binge Eater touches on our love-hate relationship with food.

+ What's the best way to combat your body fears? Deborah Chambers embarks cautiously on a mini stay at a nude retreat.

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