Perimenopause 101 with Dr. Suzanne
Nina Collins and Dr. Suzanne Gilberg-Lenz discuss perimenopause.
How I Interpret Deepak Chopra's Seven Spiritual Laws
I’m a psychologist, and have lived and breathed that interest since I was a teenager.
Revel Partners: Hot Flashes & Cool Topics
Announcing A New Event Series!
Dr. Debbie On Triggers
Nina Collins is in conversation with Dr. Debbie discussing childhood triggers.
The Revel Edit: Fall Fashion Must-Haves for 2021
Pieces that should make any Reveler feel ready for fall!
How She Revels: Jade Wong
I started taking dance lessons for the first time in my 50’s.
Expert Series: JetSetSarah on Caribbean Travel
Nina Collins in Conversation with Sarah Greaves Gabbadon (AKA JetSetSarah)
She Knew She Was Right
I made the decision to stay childless when I was 16.
A helpful overview for anyone interested in hosting an event with Revel!
Age Didn’t Stop Me: Lessons Learned From a First Time Founder
Had I been given this opportunity 20 years ago I don't think I would have been successful.
Author Series: Dana Spiotta
Nina Collins interviews Dana Spiotta about her new book Wayward.
All About Events at Revel
We thought it would be helpful to explain how we envision all of our event offerings!
A Q&A With ArtWrite Founder Maggie Levine
Instead of reviewing or analyzing art, I group artists around a theme such as memory or intent.
12 Must-Read Books For Fall 2021
Fiction and Nonfiction Picks from Nina Collins
How She Revels: Barbara Pringle
I don’t believe in guilty pleasure. Just pleasure.
Entrepreneurship with Mei Xu
Nina Collins interviews Mei Xu about her admirable career and her new memoir, Burn.
How She Revels: Marisa Löwenstein
I try to stay attuned to what my mind and body need.
Combating Toxic Masculinity
When you see or hear sexist behaviors coming from men you like, how do you handle it?
A Brief History of Clitoral Representation in Art
Excerpted from The Sweetest Venus: A History of The Clitoris by Sarah Chadwick.
In Midlife and In The Middle of Nowhere
I was terrified of being lonely.
How She Revels: Cindy Spiegel
I’m the CEO of a new independent publishing/media company called Spiegel & Grau.
Author Q&A: Deborah Copaken
A unique and candid book with a fantastic title and cover, totally speaking to our demographic.
The Revel Edit: Six Minute Beauty Routine with Susan Feldman
Enjoy Susan Feldman's advice and product recommendations!
Waiting For My Baby’s Baby
You might arrive the day after tomorrow. But it could be early next week.
The Weed Company Betting on Women of a Certain Age
We are changing history and it's one person at a time
How She Revels: Dale Pollekoff
I'm finding so much creativity and fun in the events I do for Revel.
How She Revels: Lisa Leshne
Get to know New York-based Reveler Lisa Leshne!
The 411 on Female Urology
An Interview with Dr. Angelish Kumar, Founder / MD, NCMP of Women’s Urology New York
Revel Opens Inaugural Membership to 10,000 Members at No Cost
We want as many women as possible to Revel with us.
Your Body is Worthy
Your body will change over your lifetime in so many ways.
Life Lessons From My Mom
When I look back, I see that my mother was handing me her tools for coping.
What Do You Do With Your Wedding Dress, After the Divorce?
I tried to forget about the dress.
How She Revels: Angela Hook
An entrepreneur and coach steps into the spotlight.
Something You Love
We asked women to tell us something they love but don’t usually articulate.
Author Bonnie Marcus on the Benefits of Girlfriends
Here at Revel, we all agree: friendship is powerful.
The Many Virtues of Coconut Oil
One of our favorite multi-use products!
Losing My Religion
I’m still a seeker, but I find my community elsewhere.
The O-Shot Experience
As women get older and our estrogen plummets, the skin inside our ladyparts gets thinner.
Now Showing: Revel’s First Art Gallery Opening
Artists, crafters and art fans attended Revel's first Art Galley Opening Night.
Does Free Work Count?
Nobody wants to hire the PTA mom or the choir secretary.
Dating After Divorce
In the four years since my former husband and I separated, I’ve heard it all.
Reflective Writing: Something I Can No Longer Stomach
Our writing prompt was “write about something you can no longer stomach.”
Calling All Holiday Shoppers!
Building community may be the underlying marker of success for women entrepreneurs.
Relationship Hacks From a Divorce Attorney
For some of us leaving is the right answer. But for some, there may be an alternative.
A Writing Life
Author Ellen Sussman is so much more than a character in one of her novels.
An Emboldened Entrepreneurial Spirit
Revel’s Entrepreneur Group is thriving — evidence that creativity doesn’t have an age limit.
Sexual Memoirs in Five Sentences
On the real sex lives of real middle-aged women.
How To Love Your 40+ Year Old Body
Think about what your body can do, as opposed to what it looks like.
Meet Jill Dailey
Living life in balance has new meaning during the pandemic.
The Low Down On Vaginal Atrophy
Most women will also eventually develop some symptoms of vaginal atrophy.
Midlife Divorce 101
According to the AARP divorce in midlife is initiated by women ⅔ of the time.
Confronting The Deep Middle
We need to have more real conversation without shame about this business of getting older.
Nina's Internet Dating Rules
Tips for novice or discouraged online daters!
Real Talk about Love and Aging
As far as author Barbara Rose Brooker is concerned, the fight for age equality has hardly begun
Finding Spiritual Connection in the Great Outdoors
Elizabeth Allison, PhD, discovered her spirituality while playing outdoors as a child.
You are my Best Friend in this Whole Elevator
My Exhausting Extroversion
Done With Men, Maybe
I’m not completely sure, not yet, but I think, possibly, I might be done with men.
The Importance of Psychological Safety
A workplace culture free from fear is key to diversity of thought.
Dismantling Ageism in “This Chair Rocks”
We internalize ageism when we are children, and later, turn this prejudice against ourselves.
What Are Bioidentical Hormones?
If you are menopausal or approaching menopause you are probably wondering about HRT.
Cultivating Gratitude and Happiness
Mental and physical well-being, moreso than money and prestige, are what make us truly happy.
Debut Author Shines Light on Suburban Drama
Julie Langsdorf published her first novel in her fifties, after three decades of writing.
Aging and Evolving in "Olive, Again"
Author Elizabeth Strout, whose novel Olive Kitteridge won the Pulitzer Prize, has a new book.
Ghosted By A Girlfriend
Twenty years ago, a girlfriend broke my heart.
Advice For My 18-Year-Old Self
What 4 words would you say to your 18-year-old self?
Rethinking Fitness and What Women Can Do After 50
Jennifer Pattee is ready to upend a lot of notions around what fitness looks like after 50.
Revel Members Celebrate Gutsy Women
Many 'gutsy women' did their most important, courageous work in their later years.
Small steps to big changes: Helena Garlicki’s approach to personal health
"I’m 66 years old and I’m the fittest I’ve ever been in my life.”
Rediscovering style: Stephanie O’Dell finds fashion inspiration
When O’Dell sees a stylish woman with gray hair, she never fails to introduce herself.
Since my husband left, I’ve struggled with feeling poor.
Fifteen Ways To Leave Your Mother
Mom will refuse to accept that she is becoming someone who requires help.
The Case Against Botox
I worry (causing wrinkles no doubt) that Botox is harming us as a society.
In Defense Of Botox
I am well aware of the criticisms of Botox, and, you know what? I have some answers.
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