I’m moving the Parent Hacks submission process from email to social media. Here’s how to submit your hacks.
This is a continuation of my attempt to tell you what's next for Parent Hacks. Thank you for indulging my need to talk things out in order to get them clear in my head. If backstory's not your thing, feel free to skip to the "What's Ahead" section. But if you're interested in one writer's changing […]
I spent last week writing a post about what's next for Parent Hacks. The post is crap. Seriously, it sucks. Be glad I didn't publish it. I then went offline for three days to chaperone my daughter's camp field trip in the Oregon desert. It was an amazing experience: high desert ecology, 5th grade social […]
I hope you've got special plans today. Maybe your family has planned something…or not. Maybe they're scrambling because they forgot. Maybe none of you are the planning types. It doesn't matter. Take a deep breath and embrace this day as yours. Listen to something uplifting or funny. If you're lucky enough to be in one of […]
Does your kid like to pull all the tissues out of the box?
The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, and wiser people so full of doubts. — Bertrand Russell
Join me on tomorrow’s “Thursdays with ThirdPath” call (actually a webinar but it’s meant to be a conversation, not a lecture).
Through tomorrow, Mabel’s Labels is taking 40% off the price of some of its most popular products.
I'm feeling particularly grateful for you today for no particular reason. Sometimes I just have to shout that to the world. Your being here — on the blog, via email, via Twitter or Facebook — means so much to me. Having this diffuse group of generous, intelligent, thoughtful people to share stuff with, to float […]
I can't stop thinking about Phillip Seymour Hoffman's sudden death. I admired the man as an actor, but it's not like I'm his biggest fan. Until last night, I didn't know he was the father of three young children with his partner, Mimi O'Donnell. Or that he and his family were a regular fixture in […]