Women, especially women our age, really kicked butt last year. Here’s what we are looking forward to in 2018 as our power and voices grow stronger.
After watching the new movie The Post, Veronica Chambers, who once worked for Graham’s company, recalls the legendary woman’s lessons about stepping into your own power.
For the first time since the Harvey Weinstein reckoning, Rosanna Arquette talks about how her warnings about him may have hurt her career, her true heroes and why her long-time work supporting exploited women and LGBT youth has become more important than ever.
After years of being a mother and working for herself, Helen Darling decided to get a “real job.” Here’s how she snagged one—in high tech no less.
New Year. New Closet. NextTribe brings you the best closet decluttering tips from the new book, The Organized Home, by the geniuses at the design website Remodelista.
From occasional exerciser to competitive badass: How Marty Munson found her power and a whole new way of life as a midlife athlete.
Frigid temps make Sally Koslow nostalgic for her childhood in the Upper Midwest. While snowbirds book tickets south, she feels invigorated in the winter weather.
The executive behind the upcoming award show with all-female presenters talks about how she’s shepherding in a new era of pro-women workplaces–plus her best scripts for dealing with sexism on the job.
Some friendships last through thick and thin, sickness and health, trauma and heartache, while others don’t make it past the first bump in the road. Janice Eidus looks at what makes or breaks these key relationships.
She’s known as a perfectionist and often called a “diva,” but Barbra Streisand explains how doubt and laziness have led to a fuller, richer life.
She took her first toke at age 12 and her last one at age 58. Here Nina Malkin explains how she went cold turkey off alcohol and drugs and why.
So many women earned our awe this year and inspired us to be even bolder. With great difficulty, we narrowed the list to 13 and are thrilled to honor them here. Who did we miss?
Hands that have loved and worked and played for decades have profound beauty, as these women who create with their hands show us.
“The Resurrection of Joan Ashby” explores the impact of domestic life on a writing career. Marion Winik argues that this impressive debut novel gets it wrong.
Eileen Stukane and her husband visited Sicily for the natural beauty and the food. They never expected the trip to turn into the honeymoon they never had.
You welcome your kids’ significant others into your home (especially this time of year). You grow fond of them. Here’s why you shouldn’t get too attached.
We all have questions about how to live in this crazy world, and now NextTribe has something for that: Our own super-plugged-in advice columnist. Here she tells us how to deal with an offensive bumper sticker (can you guess what it says?) on a borrowed car.