On a trip to China’s Yunan Province, Jeannie Ralston got an appointment with a famed Chinese doctor. Though he prescribed his special blend of tea for her insomnia, it was something more intangible that had the most powerful effect.
Deep in Peru’s rainforest, Nina Burleigh confronts alligators and anacondas and something even more terrifying: her own mortality.
She used to gallop bareback on her beloved horse, but could Carol Flake Chapman rediscover that wild part of herself on the steppes of Mongolia all these years later.
Because she was almost 50, some doubted her stamina to make the four-day, 26 mile trek in the Andes to Machu Picchu. At times so did she.
Yup, we pretty much owe our love of champagne to a widow from France.
When’s that massage? They sure don’t make spas like they used to.
There’s no secret stash of sheep urine or spring water that reverses the clock. But in San Miguel de Allende, the concept of relativity works wonders and will make any middle-aged woman feel like a kid again. NextTribe has got the lowdown on this magical Mexican town.
Before you rid the now-extra bedroom of the three-legged clay horse your kid sculpted in 3rd grade, read the harsh truths about being an Airbnb host