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.
We’ve always said that being over 50 doesn’t mean the end of adventure and challenges, and this new five-month expedition proves it. Climb every mountain ladies!
Though NextTribe isn’t making our regular Dia de los Muertos trip this year, we can pass on this message as the COVID toll mounts: don’t be scared of death; be scared of not living.
Celebrating Mexico’s Day of the Dead is in NextTribe’s DNA. We can’t do it this year, but we know how important (and life affirming) it is to honor those we’ve lost.
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.
Want to live a big, bold, unconventional life? Listen to the adventures of Emily Kearns, who has woven together art, social activism, travel, and healing.
On her last birthday, Lesley Dormen made a promise to embrace and honor her 73 years. That brought her to the Pacific Ocean with 17 other women two weeks ago and to a new appreciation of being truly present in life.