The Working Women's Guide to Menopause, When The Heat is On, Don't Sweat It!


Local business coach and mentor Ruby McGuire is on a mission to help working women manage their mindset through menopause. She has co-authored a book with performance and leadership coach, Gail Gibson, called The Working Women's Guide to Menopause, When The Heat is On, Don't Sweat It!, which was published in July 2021.

Accredited master coaches Ruby and Gail want to help women power through their menopause and have written the book, which is packed with proven tips and tricks, to support peri and menopausal women, and help them see the funny side of what can be a challenging time in their life. The book features stories from women going through menopause with their techniques for managing changes, their mindset, and workload, so they can thrive through the change and beyond.



Ruby said:

"Gail and I recognise that life does not stop just because menopause starts. From sleepless nights, sweats, and forgets to cardigans on and off, repeatedly. Women's bodies change, their emotions too, but, of course, life and business have to carry on.

When reading the real-life experiences of women in the book, Ruby and Gail believe readers will be able to relate to the challenges, whether as a small business owner or working in a corporate role.

"So many women have no idea of the impact that menopause can have on their work and personal lives. We want our book to raise awareness for working women around this critical area - it is time to eliminate the 'taboo' around menopause".



The book aims to support the rise in advocacy for menopause to be acknowledged in the workplace through conversations and emerging menopause policies, to help menopausal employees and support business owners struggling with menopause while working from home.

100% of women will go through this transition, with varying levels of symptoms.


Research shows that in 2020 there were 657 million women aged 45- 59, many contributing to the workforce throughout their menopausal years. Nearly eight out of ten menopausal women are in work.*
Copies of the book are available to purchase on Amazon, Waterstones, Blackwells, Book Depository, Foyles, Gardners, Apple Books, and Nook.


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