A former ad exec got dealt some tough blows—which only made her tougher. Sherry Amatenstein shares how this fierce 70-something channeled her political fury into a new calling.
Think You Can’t Work In the Digital Age? These Coding Bootcamps for Women Say Otherwise
Yes, the pace of tech is fast enough to make anyone’s head spin—but that doesn’t mean we women over 50 can’t write code. These valuable resources want to teach you how.
Women Who Make More Than Their Husbands Often Lie About It—But Why?
The wage gap is alive and well, as you probably know, with women typically earning about 80 cents to every dollar that men do. (The shortfall is even steeper for…
Was Queen Elizabeth Making a Fashion Statement Just for Trump?
Some observers wonder if the Queen Elizabeth was making a fashion statement during Trump’s visit to the UK. What do you think?
Flash Flood Survival: How One Woman Got Through the Ellicott City Disaster
A slice of cake, her son by her side—environmental writer Diane MacEachern thought her birthday was going wonderfully. Then the skies opened, the streets flooded, and disaster threatened all around. Here’s her story of strength and survival.
The Trial Retirement: Are You Really Ready to Stop Working?
Is retirement all it’s cracked up to be? Writer and professor Candy Schulman took a summer off at long last and learned some surprising lessons about herself, the nature of work, and aging.
Trauma, Memory and #MeToo: Remembering What You Chose to Forget
Was it a #MeToo moment? Writer Lisa Bain has a flashback of a long-forgotten incident and wonders how it impacted her—and why it stayed buried in her mind for so long
Eco-Friendly Living: Being Green Begins at Home
Good for the planet, good for your wallet: Follow this wise advice from our own eco-expert Diane MacEachern on how to get your home more sustainable than ever.
Love and Chairish: Meet The Unintentional Home Entrepreneur
Anna Brockway had an idea for a new way to shop for home furnishings—and did it ever take off! She tells her story and shares some design wisdom with us here.
And You Think YOU Feel Invisible?
We all have at times sensed that our opinions and our ideas don’t matter now that we’re middle-aged women. For women of color, that feeling is often doubly intense. Gail Dudley explains how this happens—despite good intentions—and how to move ahead.