What if all that was required of us was to just be -- stripped bare of what we know? What in your life could be transformed in that instant?
After writing about the secret language of moms, it dawned on me that there are so many unique qualities that we share as parents -- and they literally set us apart from every other life force on Earth.
There was a certain language they spoke, that cliché "parentese," that I swore would never pass my lips.
My 8-year-old son, Duzi, is HIV positive. He is not scary and he is not contagious. He takes a regimen of anti-retroviral medication every day and has an undetectable viral load. He is not a threat to anyone.
Mrs. Hall is a flesh and blood person -- not a disembodied opinion. And she's not the first person to find herself unexpectedly confronted by the pitchforks and torches of the Internet.
Ask anyone on Seattle's red-hot tech scene about Jenni. Her name has both instant buzz and substance behind it. In between a few charitable projects, she sat down with us to share her thoughts on news, social media, and the importance of making a positive impact.
Critics who decry "trips for mom" are completely missing the point. Everyone in this world should have an opportunity to spend time with inspiring people who help you live your best possible life. And even better, if you can get paid for your time, it's a total win.
Newborn health was the topic of a global conversation last week, as you no doubt know if you’ve been following along on Impatient Optimists. In ...
You know what makes our ideas and opinions less important? Pretending that we are so fragile that we can't handle a healthy and robust debate.
We still adore our men, but our alone time has little resemblance to the hot dates we once had. Wow, did we take those nights for granted! Want proof? Behold: Date Night Before Kids vs. Date Night After Kids.
As a fan of Tina Fey, Paul Rudd and director Paul Weitz, I looked forward to hearing what words of wisdom they would impart about parenting and the college admissions process. Here are some snippets.
The debate about how we accommodate mothers in the workplace should be much larger than any one CEO. When we have no national child care policy, and no consistent national standard about how new mothers are treated at work, we all suffer.
Is it Mom-nesia? Mom-entia? Mom-ory loss? Whatever it is, I've got it. I hope I'm not alone here.
Her story was my story and it still is. So much of her life is about my life. So much of her needs and wants emanate and reciprocate through me. It's consumed, exhausting, baffling and overwhelming, but it's my life. This is my story. For now.
At work, I get emails from wonderful, incredible, women and mothers who feel isolated, anxious and depressed. They feel under-appreciated and live with an invisible wall of pressure to be the perfect woman, mother and wife.
It seems as though all tech companies want to cozy up to the mommy market. And why wouldn't they?