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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.
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.
Here is the complete list of brands that have won NextTribe readers’ votes for best of beauty, fashion, personal grooming, sexual health and travel.
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.
This new film follows a brave single woman—and stars one, too
A quick getaway sounded like a fun idea—but being on the road with her extra-exacting husband was something altogether different, Mary Kay Jordan Fleming discovered.
Intrepid Travel is working to promote women all over the world by hiring more female tour leaders and helping women in countries they visit earn a living.
Paris, Iceland, the beach: While her friends went on fabulous vacations, Christine Grillo stayed thrifty—and stayed home. Here, the delight she found with her no-travel getaway.
They had different travel styles that sometimes threatened the joy of vacationing together, but on a trip across the globe Valerie Frankel and her husband found new ways to relate.
Winter is coming…and so are the fans. To Northern Ireland and other filming locations. Our writer lets her Game of Thrones geek flag fly.
The itinerary was packed with cultural and culinary outings—but what travelers on the NextTribe trip to Charleston will remember most are the quick and deep bonds that developed.
Across the U.S., craft schools offer affordable getaways, creative discovery—and other amazing women to bond with.
Their dad always took them skiing. Now, without him, it was time for these siblings to make a slope-side stay their own. Jeannie Ralston reports on the new kind of magic that resulted.
Hey pack-aholic! Do you fill your bag with stuff you never wear? We get tips from an expert to lighten your load.
Take one dozen midlife women who are mostly strangers on a NextTribe trip and what to you get? Adventure, admiration, a sense of relevancy and a shoulder to lean on. Editor Jeannie Ralston shares the story.
After a couple of decades of shepherding family trips, Janet Siroto heads off with her 20-something sons and gets a whole new perspective on parenting.
Worrying about furry friends at home while you’re on vacay? Buzzkill! We found a trustworthy site that will help ease your mind while you’re away from home.
Weed-related travel—or should we says trips?—is booming. Especially in Colorado. Here’s what you need to know about cannabis tourism.
Jeannie Ralston and her husband cycled around Scotland, through rain, sun, and steep hills. Here, she shares the surprising way it helped her understand her 25 years of marriage.