Take one dozen midlife women who are mostly strangers on a NextTribe trip and what to you get? Adventure, admiration, a sense of relevancy and a shoulder to lean on. Editor Jeannie Ralston shares the story.
After a couple of decades of shepherding family trips, Janet Siroto heads off with her 20-something sons and gets a whole new perspective on parenting.
Worrying about furry friends at home while you’re on vacay? Buzzkill! We found a trustworthy site that will help ease your mind while you’re away from home.
Weed-related travel—or should we says trips?—is booming. Especially in Colorado. Here’s what you need to know about cannabis tourism.
Jeannie Ralston and her husband cycled around Scotland, through rain, sun, and steep hills. Here, she shares the surprising way it helped her understand her 25 years of marriage.
If not now, when? That’s the question Julia Wright contemplated after a medical scare. Here’s how she made the trip she’d always fantasized about finally happen
Needing a life change, caterer Bonnie Lee Black did something drastic and headed to Africa on a humanitarian mission. Here, her journal of what she discovered about chickens, friendship—and herself.
In Thailand, Anne Bayin went spa-hopping and discovered that feeling good could actually do good.
The summer before her oldest headed to college, NextTribe’s Jeannie Ralston and family traveled through national parks in an RV. There, among the wilds of the West, she discovered lessons about the final chapters of parenting and letting go.
When Michele Willens traveled back to China, she had a mission: To track down the daughter of a man she’d met on her first trip, 44 years earlier. Here she shares the stark differences and the universal truths about a woman’s world at midlife.