Yes, there are companies that specifically market their wares as “modest clothing for women” who have reached midlife and, no, it isn’t 1953.
Tired of being ripped off by auto shops? A fed-up woman who has an all female mechanic shop wrote a book about car maintenance to put an end to all that.
You’re not eating more… but you’ve taken on extra padding. Welcome to the club. Here Densie Webb, NextTribe’s nutrition expert, explains the science behind this shift—and what you can and can’t do about it.
Water, water everywhere. Coconut water that is. Not to be confused with coconut milk, this water is the mildly sweet clear liquid that’s inside young, still-green coconuts. You can’t go into a Whole Foods without spotting the tropical tetra pak in someone’s cart. But what’s so great about coconut water, really?
In a bold move, Allure magazine (known as the Beauty Bible) has announced that, beginning with its September issue, is jumping on board with changing beauty standards by no longer use the term “anti-aging” when covering beauty products. In the words of the editor-in-chief, Michelle Lee, “Whether we know it or not, we’re subtly reinforcing…
Those with positive attitudes about getting older live healthier and longer lives than Debbie Downers. Here, how to change your mindset and your mood.
All her life she wanted to really fill out a bra—a B cup at least–but now Densie Webb knows to be careful what you wish for.