Flying to countries all over the globe seems like a pretty good career, but after 35 years as a flight attendant Kathie Bennett discovered a passion that was close to her heart.
Menopause and a sweet tooth have caused Andrea Askowitz to put on eight pounds. She wishes weight didn’t matter to her, but it all started with a terrible newspaper article at age 16.
For the online brand Measure & Made, a sizing system for pants that really fit isn’t just smart fashion, it’s a movement that helps women take back their closets.
In an especially relevant memoir, a journalist tells how her father and uncle helped change the nation during the Montgomery Bus Boycott and open doors for countless African Americans.
Too many ads play into sexist and ageist stereotypes, so it’s worth celebrating when a commercial breaks them all—with sly humor.
When we were younger, many of us saw ourselves in Carrie and the gang. Three of the four friends are returning and we wonder what will be important to them now.
Marking the 10th anniversary of the Gabby Giffords shooting during another violent week, we share Sheila Weller’s story about the fallout from that horrendous day and recovering from political brutality and loss.
The female founders of Attn: Grace offer sustainable incontinence products and a promise to change the dialogue around aging.
A step-by-step guide to the 5-day fast mimicking diet that is supposed to burn fat and pounds. Jeannie Ralston finds out if it works.
What’s the big deal with the name Karen? Here we look at the origins of the ubiquitous meme, why it’s helpful and hurtful, and offer a fitting fix.
Although Beverly Willett’s party was canceled and she was by herself, she found ways to make her big day fuller than she ever imagined.