We all have questions about how to live in this crazy world, and now NextTribe has something for that: Our own super-plugged-in advice columnist. Here she tells us how to deal with an offensive bumper sticker (can you guess what it says?) on a borrowed car.
Carol Mithers took an unloved mongrel of a house and tried to make it her dream home. But after 16 years of work and frustration, she wonders if the fantasy has died.
Decades ago, Anne Bayin suffered a particularly painful kind of sexual abuse. Now she looks back and asks herself if she should have or could have spoken up sooner.
Of course we all wonder whether the cool kids in high school breeze through life. At her 50th reunion, Michele Willens learned a valuable lesson about the path each of us follows.
Nicknames often seem best for kids or frat boys. But they’re especially sweet at our age, telling us that others see us the way we see ourselves.
Still holding on to boxes of your kids’ baby clothes and art work? Inheriting more cartons of stuff your parents saved? You need to tackle that clutter monster now. Here’s how.
Sara Lukinson never imagined she’d have so many men in her life or what they’d come to mean to her at this age.
It’s easy to make over your mood and improve your health. You just need to head to the hills (or park or river or beach).
Embrace them or curse them, birthdays mark time and transitions and some do a better job than others. Here Ayun Halliday looks back on her greatest hits.