NextTribe’s Jeannie Ralston: Let’s focus on aging boldly, not gracefully
“Gracefully is some kind of judgment that sounds like: ‘just go off quietly,'” said Ralston, who launched NextTribe, a digital lifestyle magazine and network for women over 45. Read more here.
‘Screw Invisibility’: Why middle age is just the beginning.
Approximately 200 women gathered at a NextTribe event called “Screw Invisibility!” last week in Manhattan to celebrate “aging boldly.” Read more here.
Editor Jeannie Ralston appears on the morning show along with Linda Wells, founding editor of Allure and a speaker at our Out Loud event in New York City. Watch the clip here.
NOT INVISIBLE:. This website for older women doesn’t bemoan the sunset years—it celebrates them. When her youngest kid left for college, Jeannie Ralston didn’t know what to do. She had spent her career as a magazine writer and editor, had lived all over the world, had built and sold multiple businesses. Read more here.
Aging Boldly with Jeannie Ralston. A podcast about how Jeannie Ralston grew NextTribe into a dominant source for women aged 45 plus. Listen here.
What Does It Mean To Age Boldly? On July 22, the Mighty Mermaids relay team will swim across the English Channel. This six women team, each over 50, will attempt what only 1,832 other swimmers have done successfully since 1875. Read more here.
From journalist in Manhattan to lavender farmer in Texas?! Yes, you read that right – another motivating What Women Want Show with the founder of NextTribe.com, Jeannie Ralston and hosted by Judy Goss and Kristin West. Listen here
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