On our trip to Santa Fe last month, we embraced the landscape and people that inspired the artist and found one of her secrets to living a bold life.
Scars are like organic body art, physical markers of lives lived. Here, five women tell us how they got their scars—and the surprising lessons they hold.
Nancy Friedman can’t figure out why she keeps getting bouts of laryngitis now that she’s getting older. The irony isn’t lost on her.
The mega-star’s 1,000-page tell-all comes out next month. Michele Willens is keen to read it, to add to her stories of her own brushes with Barbra.
Women like Cassidy Hutchinson are turning out to be the unrelentingly brave truth-tellers and heroes. Her new book reveals more of her gutsiness.
As she followed the Camino de Santiago, Stacey Tompkins shed sadness about kids who had moved on and found the answers in her journey of solace.
She wrote the book on how to live your life boldly, and in Santa Fe, 14 NextTribers had the chance to hear Jen Sincero’s blunt, sassy words of wisdom.
When your kid leaves for college, it’s not the end of anything. It’s the beginning of a long, tortured process that may or may not lead to an empty nest.
Or maybe it was pheromones. Or a birthday wish granted. Still, sometimes the planets align and the world sees you differently. As you feel inside.
We raise our glass to the Veuve Clicquot widow, the first modern businesswoman who gave us champagne and launched countless celebrations.
What to do if you find The One very (and we mean VERY) soon after the death of his wife? Listen up as Answer Queen, our advice guru, weighs in.
NextTribe Founder Jeannie Ralston has led trips all over the world. Here, her 39 picks for footwear that will keep you pain-free from Paris to Peru.
Someone had to go to Rancho La Puerta to find out the secrets of this legendary resort. Jennifer Miller bravely volunteered and came back with goodies.
Bella Abzug was 50 when she was first elected to Congress. A PBS documentary covers the outsized impact one bold woman in outsized hats can make.
Lately, Michele Willens has been thinking about the songs that bring back growing-up memories and the nostalgic power of music.