Andy Richter once said, “I would say that the hardest thing about being a parent is these goddamned kids.”
Considering a career move, but scared what others may think? This techie-turned-tarot-reader shares her measured, yet authentic transition from the corporate world to the spiritual realm.
A reader writes to advice columnist Dixie, “I met someone online, but heard through the grapevine she’s from a bad crowd. Should I still date her?” Are you a woman over 40? Submit your questions to Dixie—she’ll respond with kindness and no bullshit in equal measure.
Maisie Hill talks about how the “autumn phase of life” is about so much more than hot flashes. Perimenopause is an opportunity to confront your suppressed feelings and write your next chapter.
Perimenopause will work you like you’ve never been worked before, but it’s possible that this hormonal and psychological transition will give you exactly what you need in order to be equipped for your remaining years.
A reader writes to advice columnist Dixie, “Is it selfish to let certain friendships fall away?” Are you a woman over 40? Submit your questions to Dixie—she’ll respond with kindness and no bullshit in equal measure.
Wanda Sykes, Chrissy Teigen, Adele, and other moms tell it like it is. Exhaustion, puke, fantasies of freedom — it’s all here.
A spiritual healer (and recovered cynic) shows how treating people harshly is a reflection of how we treat ourselves. And it’s time to fix that.
Throughout my tech career, my female colleagues and I have quietly questioned: What does a career in tech look like after kids? After 40? Lisa Shissler Smith, 51-year-old Engineering Manager at Netflix, sums it up this way: There are places where you don’t have to prove your existence every day. Find those.
Looking for relief from hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia, and other perimenopause symptoms? Here’s advice from a woman who’s tackling perimenopause like a boss.