A Bit of Hope
America has been dysfunctional and polarized before. We got out of it then – and if we learn from that, we can do it again.
My Favorite Things
Everyone from Oprah to The New York Times is offering shopping recommendations this year. So why not me (even if my favorites include Walmart storage bins and Aldi candles)?
What Are You Even Doing?
I'm much less interested in your opinionated posts and much more interested in what you're doing about the beliefs behind them.
A Country of 12-Year-Olds
Matt requires each of the kids to eat a piece of fruit with lunch and for afternoon snacks, so every day this summer Nina grabbed bananas from the wooden [...]
What I’ve Learned So Far
Every light in our house has to be on ALL THE TIME or the terrorists win.
A few weeks ago I squeezed in some meaningful conversations with friends in the midst of 12 ten-hour work days. When you are a freelancer, no one cares that you are [...]
A Few Haiku
The meaning of life is always having scissors in every room Choose what you want most instead of what you want now This is discipline “Co-parenting” is like a [...]
Four years ago I announced the end of my blogging career. But I process life by writing. And there's been a lot to process.