After enduring a personal tragedy, Carol Flake Chapman didn’t know how to reshape her life. An escape to Costa Rica provided an example of transformation that helped her move forward.
Burning Man is canceled this year (sigh), but Catherine Hiller gives the full picture of what the crazy desert festival is like. We can’t help but wonder how much is really true.
We raise our glass to the first modern businesswoman, the Veuve Clicquot widow, who gave us the iconic champagne and launched countless celebrations.
Because she was near 50, some doubted Jeannie Ralston’s stamina to make the 4-day, 26-mile trek on the Inca Trail. At times, so did she.
You’ve been dying to travel again, but sometimes a quick getaway with your husband can turn into nothing but frustration and folly, Mary Kay Fleming discovered.
Who ever said that the end of youth meant the end of adventure? Sarah Gold reports on the intrepid gray-haired women she’s met around the world
Before you rid the now-extra bedroom of your kid’s 3rd grade art project, read the harsh truths about being an Airbnb host, which just got harder than ever.
Sarah Gold was skittish because she didn’t know anyone on a NextTribe beach retreat. But then something fascinating happened.
Needing a life change, caterer Bonnie Lee Black headed to Africa with the Peace Corps. Here, her journal of what she discovered about chickens, friendship—and herself.
Flying solo isn’t for everyone. But Sarah Gold tells us why she finds it exhilarating—and offers tips on how to do it right.