‘Two of the gifts of age are wisdom and not giving so many f***s’

Dixie Laite for Jumble & Flow

Dixie Laite, 58, talks openly about her love of bodybuilding, collecting femorabilia, and managing the seizures that make her “brain broke”.

No more faking the funk: Our cofounder turns her back on Silicon Valley startup culture

Candice Nobles Alamo Square Park

After weathering her share of workplace politics, sexism, and racial inequity, Candice Nobles is returning to herself by helping to build businesses she believes in.

‘Cancer has a way of saying you can do whatever the hell you want’

Kirsten Johnson Cancer Survivor

Kirsten Johnson shows what it’s like to run two businesses — as a personal chef and doula — while single parenting and recovering from cancer. “It’s no fucking joke.”

How to return to college after 40

Olga Rosales Salinas Graduation Picture

Olga Rosales Salinas’ story of going back to school with students and professors half her age

Instagram ‘activism’ and a most surreal week

One Line, digital drawing by Jen Hewett

Artist Jen Hewett talks about what it’s like to be deluged with new followers amidst the growing number of lists highlighting Black artists

Marissa Huber shows how to live life your way, with ‘time chunking’

Marissa Huber at Alt Summit in March 2020

The artist and co-author of ‘The Motherhood of Art’ talks about prioritizing her creativity while working full time and raising a family

RIP George Floyd: This is how Chicago artists honor his name in street art

Together We Stand BLM art Chicago

Chicago artists honor Black Lives Matter and memorialize George Floyd with beautiful street art.

‘In my 50s, I’m free to be whatever or whoever I want’

Jeanne Chung, founder of MIGHTY Menopause

After calling bullshit on the lack of support for women in perimenopause, Jeanne Chung starts MIGHTY Menopause, a data-driven wellness experience.

Open call for photos: We’re looking for a few good women in their 40s

Call for photos: Women in their 40s

We’re looking for photos that show you living your life as a woman in her 40s — whether that’s now during shelter in place or before the pandemic when you lived life to the fullest.