Archive for January, 2016
I loved working on this article. Interviewing Anne-Marie Slaughter was such a pleasure, having Kiristin Stewart contribute an additional bonus and it gave the chance to explore a topic that I’ve been thinking and talking about a great deal over the past few months as I see the needs of my own three boys rapidly shifting.
This article first appeared in Fast Company on Tuesday January 19, 2016.
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna tells staff she will leave most days at 5:30 to see family at least for a couple of hours.
At least 70% of people I know are thinking, talking or wishing they could make real (leave their day-job) type money from their passion projects – leading me to believe that teaching kids to cultivate a mindset that finds unexpected ways to monetize their ideas – should help better set them up to live life on their terms. This article was first published in Fast Company on January 2, 2016.
This is an issue I struggle with constantly and ironically, am often very envious of parents who unlike me can just commit to an organized religion. This article was eight months in the making and was first published in the December 2015 issue of Today’s Parent with the headline, “Raising a question of faith,” p. 74-76.