Hosting the holidays this year? You have plenty of things to worry about, but now what you’re wearing isn’t one of them—our fashion editor’s got you covered.
The tech exec is currently under fire for behavior unbecoming to a feminist icon. What can her experience teach us?
Is she seriously giving Trump some credit for her ninth Golden Globe nomination? Susan Hornik talked to the legend to get the scoop.
Holiday proposals are a thing, don’t you know? If a member of your clan got engaged, let Mary Kay Jordan Fleming prepare you for the Spanx, sparring, and strange bouquets in your future.
This holiday we’re feeding the senses of our favorite midlife women with these fabulous gifts—and (not so secretly) hoping someone will buy us a thing or two off this list as well.
Who says people over 50 can’t start a digital business? Lucy Danziger did—and here she tells Jeannie Ralston how she built a shopping (and gift buying) platform from the ground up.
Anyone can get a strong, lush eyebrow look—if you know the secret-weapon tools and tips. Here, beauty expert Hillary Quinn provides the ultimate cheat sheet for midlife women.
In the wake of the Florida yoga-studio murders, Osa Blume studies the angry men at the center of this scary movement.
Most by women authors. All chosen especially for our book-loving readers.
Following her divorce, actor/author Annabelle Gurwitch decided to get rid of her stash of sex toys, but it’s not as simple as putting them in the recycling bin. For starters, what would Stan the neighbor say?
Patricia Arquette pulls away from the Hollywood stereotypes and portrays a very real woman (in very big trouble). Susan Hornik shares the scoop.
Everything from texting drivers to the Kavanaugh hearings have left many of us ticked off. Lisa Lombardi reveals why female anger is a force for good—and ways to keep it from consuming you.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama has some brilliant guidance in her book—and Veronica Chambers mines it for us.
What does a traditional T-Day side dish have to do with marriage? Patrice Nicholas shares how food and cooking at this time of year are often freighted with extra emotion and meaning.
If the decision to divorce has been made: We’re sorry and hope you weather the changes well. But what to do about the jewelry left behind? Sarah Lazzari has some ideas.