The itinerary was packed with cultural outings—but what women on our Charleston trip will remember most are the quick bonds that developed.
After their dad died, these siblings made a ski trip on their own. Jeannie Ralston reports on the new kind of bonding that resulted.
An in-depth story in the New York Times treats sex among the gray-haired set with great respect and sensitivity. And then perpetrates the myth that there’s something ugly about it.
If getting in shape is on your resolution list, here’s our completely honest, sometimes slap-happy, step-by-step guide to the ProLon fast mimicking plan.
She gave us much to laugh about and was the perfect role model for aging boldly and outrageously. We can’t thank Betty White enough for leading such an exemplary life.
Because she was the oldest in the group, some doubted Jeannie Ralston could make the 4-day, 26-mile trek on the Inca Trail. At times, so did she.
Did you laugh at Saturday Night Live’s skit called “Boomers Got the Vax”? And is it still funny now that we’re dealing with Omicron or just ironic?
Shamans, perspiration, and pyramids—oh, my! Here’s what happened when one woman crawled into “Mother Earth’s womb.”
A few months after her 29-year marriage ended, Jeannie Ralston decided it was time to fill the void on the ring finger of her left hand. But with what?
After too many months apart, the Tribe gathered again in Austin and was treated to dramatic stories of overcoming fear, loss, and tragedy that inspired us all to soar.