Here Karen Bigman shares the steps she took after divorce. Now she is living-proof of a more fulfilling single life.
Many of us are reeling from the recent celebrity suicides. But did you know that there is an upswing among women our age in particular? Sheila Weller uncovers the facts, the causes—and how to put that information to use to save lives
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
Are you ready to be boldly stylish, save some money and help the environment? Our fashion editor is showing us how to re-purpose denim into a hip new outfit.
Depending on your point of a view, a cat yoga class might seem like a dream—or a total nightmare. The Everyday Adenturess takes one to find out.
Think of mistakes that make you feel beyond embarrassed. Now imagine being freed from this most dangerous emotion. Amy Ferris, who knows a thing or two about shame, will show you how to do that, right here.
If you’re the kind who gives and gives—and gives!—to help others, maybe it’s time to redraw the lines. Veronica Chambers explores the caregiving role and what to do if it takes over your life
For decades, Barbara Peck colored her hair. But then she read a newspaper article and vowed to let nature take its course. Here she tells why letting her hair go gray has liberated her.
Dating the wrong person, accepting a bad job, walking into a skeevy neighborhood: Most of us have ignored our gut at some point. Nina Malkin explores how intuition works and why middle-aged women are the best at it.
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.
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.
A new life stage, a new lifestyle… a new living room? That was Stacy Morrison’s goal. Here’s what happened when she unleashed her inner decorating diva after a major move and why this pursuit was about more than furniture.
Regrets, we’ve all had a few. In her new book, What Would Virginia Woolf Do?, Nina Collins looks at midlife regrets and along with other wise women offers advice for others to avoid future disappointments.
She’s been charged, headbutted, and spit at by her animal subjects, but nothing stops photographer Nine Francois from capturing their ferocious beauty.
Sarah Gold was shy and skittish about joining a bunch of strangers on our most recent trip. But something fascinating happened under the tropical sun.
It’s a classic moment to make a change. Should you start living smaller? Go urban? Something entirely different? Janet Siroto talks to the three women about how they reinvented their home life.
With a failed marriage behind her, Nina Lorez Collins decided to decamp from the East Coast to LA with a new guy, knowing full well the drive could be the craziest or smartest thing she’d ever done. Or both.
After a job layoff, Dawn Raffel did something scary: She went back to square one and learned a whole new profession. Here’s how it unfolded.
When the kids left the nest, Hillary Quinn got serious about cake decorating. Here, what every woman needs to know about pursuing a new hobby and creating passion at midlife.
After watching the new movie The Post, Veronica Chambers, who once worked for Graham’s company, recalls the legendary woman’s lessons about stepping into your own power.