At the center of the funny, sad, sometimes sexy new novel, “Mrs. Fletcher,” is a single mom looking for love after her son leaves for college…maybe in the wrong places.
Sara Lukinson never imagined she’d have so many men in her life or what they’d come to mean to her at this age.
First she showed us her beautiful gray hair. Now Hillary Barnett Bitar, winner of our Hooray for Gray contest, shows us how simple it is to update your look this season.
During her long marriage, Grace O’Malley’s libido up and left. But to keep her husband happy she’s agreed to this request. Would you?
What happens to a couple when her libido is in high-gear and his…not so much? Claire Johnson is living this, trying to decide whether to stay or leave.
Leah Ingram was skeptical about the big price tag, but her family’s health and her workouts will never be the same.
It’s easy to make over your mood and improve your health. You just need to head to the hills (or park or river or beach).
We all need a good circle of pals, but making new friends after 50 is challenging. Here’s how Meredith Maran, alone in a new city, dug in and developed a whole batch of besties.
Losing a job is never fun, but rebounding in your 50s and beyond takes a whole new toolkit and a special sort of resilience.
Embrace them or curse them, birthdays mark time and transitions and some do a better job than others. Here Ayun Halliday looks back on her greatest hits.
More and more people are going on a plant-based diet, but Sacha Jones, a wellness counselor, has moved in the opposite direction. Here’s the reason.
Can’t stay on task. Check. Can’t ignore interruptions. Yup. But I wouldn’t medicate away this overly maligned condition and the side roads it’s led me on.
It used to be easy to get dressed. Now we constantly wonder if we’re too old for certain styles. Janet Siroto wrestles with the midlife fashion crisis and a pair of “vegan leather” leggings.
How the recent clash led a University of Virginia grad to re-think her attitudes toward America and how to move forward—besides eating lots of sheet cake.
For 49 years, she minded her manners and did what was expected of her. But suddenly on her 50th birthday, Gail Dudley broke into new territory.