“Who, me, fix a car, a BBQ grill, a clogged toilet?” When widowed, Lisa Bain confronted all this and more—and discovered a whole new level of self-sufficiency.
Take one dozen midlife women who are mostly strangers on a NextTribe trip and what to you get? Adventure, admiration, a sense of relevancy and a shoulder to lean on. Editor Jeannie Ralston shares the story.
Ever looked in your full closet and thought “I have NOTHING to wear out tonight”? Our fashion expert has the remedy for that.
Sheila Weller counts the ways we love this iconic singer-songwriter…and why her music continues to resonate.
Writer Valerie Frankel hit the top of the bestseller list—a lifelong dream. But in the letdown after, she had to rethink what she’d been chasing all these years and the toll it might have taken.
The former editor-in-chief of More magazine is pioneering a new way for midlife women to learn, connect and share. Jeannie Ralston gets the scoop.
The renowned singer, who has just re-recorded a song about unity, talks about country life—and learning to love one’s neighbors.
Yes, the midterm elections are upon us. But let’s not ratchet up the rhetoric. Judi Zirin makes a case for common sense and basic human kindness to prevail.
That dreaded doctor visit is not fun—but reading this prep manual by award-winning humorist Mary Kay Jordan Fleming is.
Whether you love or hate them, Trump’s women give us lots of insight into our president, says author Nina Burleigh. She chats with NextTribe’s Jeannie Ralston about what researching her newest book taught her.
We midlifers have incredible experience and skills in the workplace, but can we get past the hiring squad and age bias? Lisa Marsh tells it like it is.
One of the harsh truths of mid- and later life is having members of our “chosen family” slip away before you expected. Janet Siroto takes a look at love and loss.
Is California’s junior senator and media darling the real deal or just the flavor of the month who checks all the boxes? Lorraine Glennon takes a close look.
At midlife, are we who we thought we’d grow up to be? Should we hang on to those youthful ideas of what adulthood means? Natalie Serber considers these questions and more as she decides whether to burn or keep her old diaries.
We have reached that age where our annual check-up can bring a shocker—we’re losing height, even if we take great care of ourselves. Louise Kramer talks about the half inch she’s missing and what she’s learned about standing tall as long as possible.