A University of Virginia alum feels a special kind of dread over events at her alma mater and wonders what the right response is—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.
On European beaches, women’s stomachs aren’t always flat. Their legs may be dimpled. But they have a secret when it comes to wearing a bathing suit.
Preparing to date again after a long marriage, Sarah Crichton reawakened parts of her brain (and other anatomy) where sexual knowledge and confidence had been in deep storage.
Those with positive attitudes about getting older live healthier and longer lives than Debbie Downers. Here, how to change your mindset and your mood.
Winter is coming…and so are the fans. To Northern Ireland and other filming locations. Our writer lets her Game of Thrones geek flag fly.
Now that we’re mature adults, with full-fledged stresses and responsibilities, don’t we need dancing’s cathartic release more than ever?
There’s a lot of conflicting advice about how to use makeup as you get older. But here we distill it all down to one important lesson.
A new brain screening technology promises to detect signs of dementia in time for preventive measures. In a NextTribe exclusive, Jeannie Ralston investigates the potential.
Sisterhood has been called the most competitive relationship within the family, but once the sisters are grown, Marion Wink realizes, it becomes the strongest.
With her uncanny impersonations of women like Angela Merkel, Camilla Parker Bowles, and Judi Dench on her HBO show, Tracey Ullman makes us laugh—and calls out bitter truths.
Christine Grillo has an advanced degree and a full-time job, but now as a single mother of three teenagers, she is handling her dire financial situation with grace and even gratitude. Here’s how.
With bracing honesty and humor, Sheila Nevins, a famed television producer, tells you what you never hear about cosmetic surgery: the truth.
Jeannie Ralston used to watch every episode of the HBO series with her sons. But it seems the wildly popular show may be suffering from what she calls “The Geezer Touch.”
She used to gallop bareback on her beloved horse, but could Carol Flake Chapman rediscover that wild part of herself on the steppes of Mongolia all these years later.