How are you supposed to react when the dermatologist essentially says, “Damn, woman, that flabby chin makes you look ancient”?
I know we’re pathetic, treating our dogs like surrogate children now that our sons are off at college. But I swear, I can’t stop myself.
Our girlfriend network is like a magic pill, cutting worries down to size and improving our health. That we figured. But–yikes!–we didn’t know this: not having good pals is as dangerous to our health as smoking.
Preparing to date again after a long marriage, Sarah Crichton reawakened parts of her brain (and other anatomy) where sexual knowledge and confidence had been in deep storage.
Get those ugly nurses’ wedgies out of your mind. Today, you have a huge selection of stylish comfortable shoes, my Cinderella. Even Birkenstocks have gone glam.
For political and health reasons, Sacha Jones had been a vegetarian for decades. Here’s why and how this wellness counselor made a major change in her diet.
Kathy Murphy has faced plenty of setbacks: job loss, divorce, money problems. But each woe has prompted her to reimagine her life and renew her passion for books and reading. And oh yeah, the movie deal didn’t hurt.
Convinced that my best years were behind me after my youngest left for college, I sank into a depression that mirrored one I’d battled 17 years earlier. Relief came by finding ways to plug the holes, but it took its damn sweet time.
Now that we’re mature adults, with full-fledged stresses and responsibilities, don’t we need dancing’s cathartic release more than ever?
It used to be easy to get dressed. Now we constantly wonder if we’ll look ridiculous. Janet Siroto wrestles with that issue and a pair of “vegan leather” leggings.
The sun can actually save you money. Lots of it. All hail solar power. What would you do with an extra $100 to $300 a month?
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Competing with your husband over who is healthier and more fit can be a good thing. So throw down the gauntlet and let the games begin. You both win.
If everyone wants a piece of you, it’s time to draw a line in the sand. The clearest guide you’ll find on setting smart personal boundaries, and how to know when you’re not.
These are anxious times. While much is out of our control, we can choose anti-stress foods that lift our mood and ward off the fretting. Say yes to this “Yes List.”
This is what happens when you let your hearing go. You could end up saying something unintentionally hilarious at a dinner party. Read on for a 100 percent true, completely unfabricated worst-case scenario of hearing loss.
You might not have protested anything except your property taxes, but a pioneer in the Women’s Movement in the ’70s says that we have a real advantage in today’s effort–women just like you!