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.
For the first time ever, Jeannie Ralston’s oldest son won’t be at home when she turns on the tree lights and cranks up “Santa Baby” on Christmas morning. Here she tries to come to terms with this new reality.
After her husband died, Lisa Bain struggled to continue their decades-long, tree-decorating tradition. Then a magical gift gave her the strength she needed during the holidays.
We’ve got gifts galore for women over 50—for your friends of course, but also for someone you often overlook: your own dear self.
A machete for Christmas? Mary Kay Jordan Fleming chronicles some of the most horrendous and hilarious decisions partners have made about holiday gift-giving, and stops you from making a big mistake.
It can be hard to swallow (pun intended) when your foodie kids outshine you in the kitchen. Should you be proud? Or offended? Sally Koslow looks at why she had to step up her cooking game.
Every parent wants their kids to get along, to support and love one another along life’s path—but what do you do when that doesn’t happen?
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.
What if you could live by the water with pals, loads of good food and laughs? Would that be too much to ask? Christine Grillo explores what her retirement commune fantasy might look like.
After 40 years of marriage, one woman wonders if she still needs to perform her “wifely duties.” The Answer Queen weighs in.