ABC has just greenlighted the return of thirtysomething, the show that encapsulated our angst about finding the balance among marriage, career, and kids. How do you think the characters have fared as they enter sixtysomething?
Hollywood has always loved youth and beauty, but in the past few years we’ve seen a refreshing appreciation for women of experience. Last night’s Golden Globes was no exception.
Jennifer Townsend was profoundly moved by the film of sisterhood and liberation and risked everything to make a documentary, “Catching Sight of Thelma & Louise,” about how the film impacted women like her.
It’s that time of year, when we look at the cultural contributions women our age will be making in the year ahead. We’re sure 2020 will be another banner year for us.
Depressed after her kids moved on and out, Stacey Tompkins took to the famous pilgrimage through Northern Spain and found that a full month of walking provided the needed solace and more.
Here’s a shout out to four iconic women celebrating big December birthdays. They capture the spirit we most admire in women this age: resiliency, creativity, and humor.
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.