Sometimes it’s okay to ditch the schedule and simply soak in the moments with your children. As a mom, I’m constantly learning this lesson—and learning to take it slow with my kids. Read Life in the Slow Lane, PDX Parent, June/July 2016 or read it online.
You know how friends sometimes give the worst advice? Read this and you’ll never be that person. Read How to Give Advice Your Friends Actually Take, Cosmopolitan, July 2016.
Flying with a baby and toddler solo is no picnic. But as I write in this Metro Parent column, flying with kids helped me find compassion in the least likely of places. Read Up in the Air, Metro Parent February 2016.
With a donation of Microsoft Office 365 for Nonprofit, Concern—an Ireland-based organization that battles poverty—can better help the world’s most vulnerable populations overcome hardship. Read the Microsoft Philanthropies case study here, or view the PDF.
This primer to acupuncture—the ancient practice that both alternative pros and mainstream M.D.s applaud—pinpoints everything you need to know to feel great. Read Put a pin in it!, Natural Health September/October 2014
Holidays with kids entail a deluge of gifts from well-meaning friends and family. Here is my wish list for our girls’ presents—a list a little different than you might expect. Read Wishful Thinking, Metro Parent, December 2015.
Having a second child means a lesson in patience, for everyone in the family. Read Take Two, Metro Parent, October 2015.
Taking your kid for a walk sounds so easy. These super-simple instructions cover everything, from diaper blowouts, kids who refuse to move, stir-crazy dogs and wardrobe malfunctions. Isn’t hiking so much fun? Read How to take your toddler for a walk, Metro Parent, January 2015.