5 good-for-you chocolates (yes, you read that right). And 1 that’s just plain goooood.
Sure, you love the friends you’ve had for decades—but you’ll also love having pals who’ve only been alive a few decades. Veronica Chambers shares why.
Hillary Quinn shares a moving look at one woman’s transition from married to single; from “family dream house” to “my place” post-divorce.
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.
Want to have your Best. Year. Ever? Uh-huh, us too. That’s why this advice from author Veronica Chambers—triggered by a remark by Meghan Markle—is such a gift.
Preparing to date again after a long marriage, Sarah Crichton reawakened parts of her brain (and other anatomy) where sexual knowledge and confidence had been in deep storage.
Everything from texting drivers to the Kavanaugh hearings have left many of us ticked off. Lisa Lombardi reveals why female anger is a force for good—and ways to keep it from consuming you.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama has some brilliant guidance in her book—and Veronica Chambers mines it for us.
When your body speaks, you gotta listen.
We all have them, but usually don’t think about them. NextTribe’s Jeannie Ralston talked to five women about how they got their scars—and the surprising lessons they hold
Jamie Lee Curtis recently opened up about her battle with pain-pill addiction. Here, Nina Malkin investigates why these drugs are so dangerous—especially for women at midlife.
One woman’s plea for attention, understanding and help, plain and simple, for those ravaged by a friend or family member’s substance issues. By Curlin Reed Sullivan.
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.
“Who, me, fix a car, a BBQ grill, a clogged toilet?” When widowed, Lisa Bain confronted all this and more—and discovered a whole new level of self-sufficiency.
Writer Valerie Frankel hit the top of the bestseller list—a lifelong dream. But in the letdown after, she had to rethink what she’d been chasing all these years and the toll it might have taken.
Catch the chameleon-like star’s frightening new film and celebrate her mischievous, gender-bending spirit.
At midlife, are we who we thought we’d grow up to be? Should we hang on to those youthful ideas of what adulthood means? Natalie Serber considers these questions and more as she decides whether to burn or keep her old diaries.
There’s no way around it: Most people are scared to get old. But we’re all for busting stereotypes about aging that makes that fear disappear.
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.
There’s a lot to stress about as we age, but The Radical Age Movement is showing the world how to fight ageism. Finally, right?