Carrie’s solution for little kids + burritos has been in use at taquerias forever, but at home it changed everything.
I do Minimalist Parenting-related highlight roundups here on the weekend.
Amy discovered a simple, respectful way to check her work email while spending time with her kids.
Dana’s simple hack of using humor to dial down reading anxiety for her son Wenxin could apply to any struggling reader.
Swiffer Sweepers are convenient, but the disposable cleaning cloths get expensive and add to the landfill. Here’s a quick idea for DIY reusable Swiffer pads.
Thank you for your patience with my "all Minimalist Parenting all the time" focus for the last few weeks. With all of the excitement and work of the book launch, MinCamp, and everything else, it has been a lot to share. Hopefully I haven't overwhelmed you with the book stuff. From here on out, I […]
You’re one of the first people to hear about the Genet scarf, and so you have the opportunity to grab it now during the pre-sale before it sells out.
Kids In The House is a new video advice site for parents. In some ways it resembles a “video Parent Hacks”: thousands of easily searchable short videos that focus on solving specific parenting problems. I’m one of the “experts.”
Creams and ointments come with the job, and this brilliant hack from Kerry puts an old syringe to work as an applicator.
In our second week hosting the HuffPost Parents Stress-Less Parenting Workshop, Christine and I are talking about school-year routines and activities.