If you’re used to being the youngest—in your family, in your office—what do you do when people begin treating you as the wise elder?
We can’t see or touch electricity, so it’s hard to know how much we’re using or where we’re wasting. Here are the three best energy monitors, which will change all that.
As we pop corks to celebrate graduations and weddings, let’s toast the first modern businesswoman, the one who gave us the iconic champagne: Veuve Clicquot. Marion Winik, one of her many loyal fans, recalls a pilgrimage she made to the Veuve’s hometown.
Jennifer Clement’s fiction often focuses on human rights, and now the acclaimed novelist is taking on the gritty real-life work of protecting freedom of expression and promoting the writing of female authors around the world.
The obituary she wrote about her ex-husband’s death caused a sensation. Now the author tells NextTribe the background on the fib heard around the world.
Her teenage sons know more profanity than she does. She’s survived a demanding career and cancer. So Helen Darling feels she’s earned the right to use the F-word. A lot.
Years after writing a book about the importance of the mother son bond, Kate Stone Lombardi wonders if she can stay close to her son now that he’s getting married.
She learned the art of simple, elegant style from her mother. Now Christine Chang Hanway returns the favor and helps her 80-year-old mom get her style and confidence back.
Stacey Tompkins is the free spirit in her family and brings out her mother’s inner wild child when they’re together. But she never thought she could get her mom to do this.
Menopause sucks. Especially the maddening soaking sweats that hit out of nowhere. Could a few carefully placed needles beat the heat tsunamis?
Traveling by yourself means you can absorb more, mix with the locals easily and do whatever you want. Which is all great until something goes wrong. Are you made for winging it by yourself?
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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.
Lost and grieving, Stacey Tompkins joined hundreds of pilgrims on the famous Camino de Santiago and during an emotional month on the trail, she found answers and solace.
In this regular column we’re calling “I Tried…”, we will be scouting out new or unusual products, services, and treatments and giving them the thumbs up or down. In our first installment, Jeannie Ralston does time in a small, hot, dark place because she was told it would be good for her.