I know, I know...I haven't posted here in so long. I am definitely out of practice, and the longer I go without posting here, the harder it is to do for whatever reason. I will find my rhythm again, though. For now, I thought I'd share some of the links I've bookmarked recently.
Happy Patriot's Day! Today is the Boston Marathon, Patriot's Day, the unofficial start of Spring in New England, a morning Red Sox game, a vacation day for most...and even though it is cold and rainy today, it's still one of the most beautiful days of the year.
Sara's on Design Mom!
Exhaustion is not a status symbol. No it is not. Taking breaks, acknowledging your accomplishments, setting boundaries...these are good things!
What ISIS really wants. This article made my head hurt, but I do try to read things that make my head hurt from time to time. I may have to go back and re-read this one - it's so difficult to get my head around it all!
How one stupid tweet ruined Justine Sacco's life. An incredibly important article for our time. When the time comes for my boys to start their internet life, I hope I can make sure they understand the responsibility that comes with it.
A growing divide. This article made me sad and frustrated. What else can we do to help?
Another post by my cousin Krista, this time reflecting on her own childhood experience with divorce. It is very similar to my own, and I appreciate her honesty, as always.
This article on parenting cracked me up. It's so refreshing.
Essential movies your child must see before they turn 13. I'm so excited to share more of these classics with my kids.
I'm intrigued by this app and may start monitoring my own phone use. I definitely want to do
what this author did and place limits on when and how I use my phone. I am so sensitive to the fact that my boys are always watching me.
An interesting Harvard Business Review article about navigating the tradeoffs in a dual-career marriage.
Meals like this are probably my favorite part of Spring.