Michelle’s hack illustrates how simple home tweaks can make a big difference to your kid’s independence.
I appreciate this hack from Melissa — simply, how her family uses the parental controls built into her computer’s operating system to manage her kids’ computer use. It’s easy to overlook the tools we already have right at our fingertips.
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.
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.”
In our second week hosting the HuffPost Parents Stress-Less Parenting Workshop, Christine and I are talking about school-year routines and activities.
Turns out quality time with your kids may not be as elusive as it seems. And my dad appears to have known this all along.
What are your favorite family-friendly podcasts?
A post about goofy enthusiasm, optimism and what I think might be my superpower.
In my new post at The Accidental Expert, I share the ten books that might have made my transition to motherhood a whole lot easier.