This is a humorous and serious TED Talk by the owners of Babble.com on the early years of parenting and societal taboos on what parents can talk about. It is an interesting perspective on bringing the “hard realities” to the parenting discussion.
Here’s a post about Michael Eisner’s book, Camp. He credits much of his success in life to foundational lessons learned at camp.
Issues of anti-Black racism and policing are top of mind these days. We [white folks] need to do better.
What’s Not On The Test: The Overlooked Factors That Determine Success What’s not on the test, Hidden Brain, NPR So I said, you know, this is obviously true. But it turned out that in psychology at that time, there was a sense that somehow personality and the subject of personality was kind of, you know,…
Must see Ted talk by Eli Pariser.
Seven minutes well spent in this election season in Canada. A rational look at apathy, leadership and necessary change.