It’s that time of year, when we look at the cultural contributions women our age will be making in the year ahead. We’re sure 2020 will be another banner year for us.
A growing number of people are recognizing that women like us are the leaders for the future. So many of us are taking stands and using our well-earned influence that it was difficult to pick just 12 to honor as our 2019 Women of the Year. But we did our best.
We’ve got gifts galore for women over 50—for your friends of course, but also for someone you often overlook: your own dear self.
Here’s a shout out to four iconic women celebrating big December birthdays. They capture the spirit we most admire in women this age: resiliency, creativity, and humor.
At the start of Travel Month here at NextTribe, we want to hear from you about how you travel and where you’re jonesing to go next. Maybe we can take you there. Please answer our short survey.
Can someone love menopause? Nancy Goedeke does! Here she tells us how she feels rejuvenated by the “change.”
Juli Briskman didn’t just get mad when she was fired for flipping off the Presidential motorcade two years ago. She got active, and yesterday won her own political office.
For many of us, menopause brings the often quixotic, usually maddening quest for a good night’s rest. Please tell us about your sleep issues in this survey, and we’ll try to help you get some ZZZZs .
In our weekly Menopause Chronicles series, Elizabeth O’Brien talks about a treatment she tried that left her with unwanted hair and a welcome libido boost.
In our weekly Menopause Chronicles series, Anissa Buckley tells about her losing her hair, climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro and her wildly mixed emotions about the future.