This could work well over a kid’s desk to stash art or homework supplies. OR as a charging station for the family’s mobile devices.
Consider this the silver lining on your next drive in the insane summer heat.
A smart drinking straw trick from Sarah, via my spiffy new hack submission form on Tumblr.
This DIY project breaks Edna Mode’s #1 fashion rule for superheroes, but I don’t care. It’s quick, easy, cute, and it involves zero sewing machines.
Frozen yogurt on a stick! I recommend Popsicle sticks (pick them up cheap at the craft or dollar store), but you could also use takeout chopsticks (as pictured here). Great way to prolong the life of yogurt nearing its expiration date. FOREHEAD SMACK OF BRILLIANCE to my_dream_future for sharing this on Instagram. Thank you! What's […]
I'm writing the "Preparing for Baby" chapter in the forthcoming Parent Hacks book (did I mention I'm writing a book?) and it occured to me that some of my future readers may read it while on bed rest. Photo credit: Brooklyn Museum Online Collection I'm doing research into how folks handle bed rest, but (not […]
It’s one thing to make a movie. It’s another to do something completely new with the medium. From the promotional material for BOYHOOD: Filmed over 12 years with the same cast, Richard Linklater’s BOYHOOD is a groundbreaking story of growing up as seen through the eyes of a child named Mason (a breakthrough performance by Ellar Coltrane), […]
Bart King is on my mind for five reasons. I saved the best for last.
I’ve already discovered the best reading hack of all — our local library. The trick is to find a quick source of new material and recommendations…
Jen of Mama Papa Bubba turned a binder and a set of pencil pouches into a sweet portable activity kit for little travelers.