Three years ago NextTribe hosted its first trip to Mexico to celebrate the Day of the Dead. We can’t go this year, but we can honor the 200,000-plus lost to COVID with this story of what the festival and excursion mean.
Kate Stone Lombardi was worried that her son’s marriage would affect their relationship. With experience under her belt, she reports on what really happens
Any mother would ache for her daughter’s infertility struggle. But not just any mother would volunteer to carry a baby for her. Here’s a remarkable story of love, science, and sacrifice.
It’s not the show on ABC. It’s the real drama of a woman in her 50s jumping into the world of online dating. Joanna Bennett reports on all the men she’s met along the way.
As we come together for another Women’s March, Jeannie Ralston remembers the protest 4 years ago that reunited her with a long-lost friend.
Your son or daughter’s vote could save democracy. Stephanie Dolgoff has a plan to make sure your offspring get to the polls. Read on.
Celebrating an anniversary while working from home with her husband makes Wendy Levine think quarantine years should be measured like dog years and reminds her of the best marital advice ever.
Who knew that your libido could be related to your education level? That’s one of the findings in a new survey of midlife women. Read on for more.
A weekly social gathering on Zoom has been a lifeline for Jami McCormack during COVID. Here’s how she got so close to so many women—all from a distance.
Without elders—like Ruth Bader Ginsburg, or others we’ve lost in the pandemic—we, the next generation, have no one to look to for guidance. Beth Levine considers this big life shift.