In the interests of full disclosure, I have several reasons to be partial to the book I’m about to review, Catch and Release: A Fezzy Wog Adventure ($9.99).
I’ve known the author, Christy Eichers, since Kindergarten. Yes Kindergarten, that’s one of the perks of growing up in a small town in […]
Our daughter headed to middle school this year, and as a former Director of Technology for a K-12 school, I felt like I should have a grand plan for teaching her what she needs to know about computers, the Internet, and social media.
Since we used the American Girl book “The Care and […]
Thanks to this review from Common Sense Media I recently downloaded the iPhone version of the Nancy Drew: Shadow Ranch app from Her Interactive for our 10 year old daughter (There’s an iPad version). She LOVED it! For several days she wanted to use my phone while we were out […]
Sometimes the universe conspires in your favor and takes its time doing so.
As my book was coming out over a year ago, my friend Beverly Schoff Belling, a life and creativity coach (Creativity on the Loose) connected me with Patty Lennon, a life coach and mother. Bev and Patty met as part […]
My friend Beverly Schoff Belling over at Creativity on the Loose submitted a story about me and the impact of my work with mothers and my book, This Is Not How I Thought It Would Be: Remodeling Motherhood […]
“Good Enough is the New Perfect” by Becky Beaupre Gillespie and Hollee Schwartz Temple hits bookstores today!
Becky and Hollee are the work-life columnists for the ABA Journal, the professional journal for lawyers. Using their own stories and the voices of real women, they highlight the results of their survey of […]
In “Creating a Family Vision” I described how my husband, daughter and I spent part of our vacation in January creating vision board collages. We each thought about the day of our daughter’s high school graduation and then collected magazine images that reflected our feelings and […]
As a Happy New Year gift, I wanted to share 5 of my favorite things I discovered in 2010 – along with one RE-discovery. Hope you’ll share yours too!
When a friend or family member has a serious medical crisis, CaringBridge makes it easy to keep everyone updated […]
Looking for a Father’s Day gift? My husband and I both recommend Home Game: An Accidental Guide to Fatherhood by Michael Lewis – author of The Blind Side and most recently The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine.
Home Game: An Accidental Guide to Fatherhood chronicles […]
Since my book, This is Not How I Thought It Would Be: Remodeling Motherhood to Get the Lives We Want Today, was released, Twitter has connected me with a host of people I wouldn’t have connected with otherwise, or I wouldn’t have found them for months. Cali Yost at Work+Life Fit is […]
I’m so glad my friends Amy and Marc Vachon over at Equally Shared Parenting flagged on their blog that there’s a new documentary coming out for Father’s Day this year, The Evolution of Dad, by Dana Glazer. I’ve been watching his site and clips evolve for […]
As I talk to mothers – and fathers – about my book, This is Not How I Thought It Would Be: Remodeling Motherhood to Get the Lives We Want Today, the topic that comes up most frequently is how to share the family work and stop the nagging and arguments.
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👋Hey Minnesota, wear a mask! The more we slow the spread, the better it is for our economy and the small businesses devastated by COVID-19. #MaskUpMN #StaySafeMN
via @NYTimes https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/03/smarter-living/coronavirus-fears-empathy.html?referringSource=articleShare
Yes it is. And orgs that figure out the hybrid will attract talent, parents, Gen X caring for aging parents, and Gen Z which has now gone to high school and college remotely. via @nytimes https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/02/upshot/is-the-five-day-office-week-over.html?referringSource=articleShare
Our own subconscious brain works to make ourselves the exception to any rules. Watch out for "optimism bias" & "confirmation bias" as you assess risk.
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All of this impacts our own implicit biases.
#unconsciousbias #implicitbias #racism
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RT @UChicago: Women are being widely overmedicated—and suffering excess side effects—because drug dosages are often calculated based on studies of male subjects, according to new research from #UChicago & @UCBerkeley. http://ms.spr.ly/6011Tle7Z
RT @PPActionCA: BREAKING: The Supreme Court just struck down Louisiana’s anti-abortion restriction. #MyRightMyDecision