As an acupuncturist and nutrition counselor, Donna Parker thought she was prepared to handle menopause. But she wasn’t prepared for moments like the “Salsa Incident.” She’s still chuckling today.
Setting personal boundaries is sometimes hard. Here’s a clear guide on how to do it and how to tell when you’re NOT doing it well.
A brain cancer diagnosis in Tanja Knutson’s family made her reassess her life. During NextTribe’s trip to San Miguel de Allende for the Day of the Dead celebrations, she learned not to be scared of death but to be scared of not living.
Fresh off Star Wars fame–and a drug overdose–Carrie Fisher found her true calling: as a writer. In this excerpt from her acclaimed biography of Fisher, Sheila Weller gives us the scoop.
“OK, Boomer” is a retort the younger generations are using to defy and challenge the Baby Boomers. Should we dismiss it or listen closely to what they’re saying.
When money was tight, Stacy Morrison found that Airbnb’ing her big house could keep her afloat … and helped her learn how to downsize in the process.
After her marriage ended abruptly, Elise Pettus did what many before her have done: reinvented herself. Pettus’s new incarnation is as a mentor for others in the throes of uncoupling.
Here’s a bonus to our Readers’ Choice Awards. We also gathered a panel of esteemed magazine, fashion and beauty editors to share their favorite brands.
The empty nest is a classic moment to make a change. Janet Siroto talks to three women about how they reinvented their home life.
Rock your fall wardrobe with these three ideas worth stealing from the young’uns, says fashion editor Jasmine Chang.
If you have a basement/attic/garage full of crap, here’s a new, slightly macabre way to look at it: Who’ll deal with it when you’re gone? Welcome to the world of Swedish Death Cleaning.
Kate Stone Lombardi never expected a meet-up about literature to play such a huge role in her life. But this gathering of women has worked a kind of magic.
This website and community aim to educate and elevate women at this stage of life.
Helping her guy get acclimated to the wonderful world of social media seemed like a good idea, but it sure threw Liane Kupferberg Carter some curveballs.
You can’t love your home when you’re drowning in stuff. Here, resources to help you organize and streamline
A cool resource for women over 40 is now publishing books by and for us, too
Dining alone shouldn’t mean you get some sad little table by the side. Here Joyce Wadler shares how her self-confidence and wit get her the best spot every time.
We love these bold entrepreneurs who are all about good vibrations. Plus how orgasms are good for your health. Michelle Breyer reports
When her friend Elisa invited her to join her dad on a trip through Spain, Janet Siroto knew she’d have a great time. But she didn’t expect to have a whole new view on life at home.
All Jeannie Ralston wanted to do was make sure her will was done. But, instead, the lawyer prompted her to think deeply about the music that makes our memories.