Tag: parenting

  • When Good Intentions Go Bad

    https://fs.blog/jonathan-haidt/ Great stuff here from Shane Parrish over at Farnham Street on The Knowledge Project podcast. I’ve posted stuff before in relation to Jonathan Haidt and he continues to be full of insight and useful information. I’ll post a few standouts here, but the whole thing is really worth a listen – I can’t transcribe […]

  • Exposing Truth on the Breakfast Loop

    So couldn’t ride the bike to work today because, reasons, but did end up getting to work super early so decided to roll a Breakfast Loop. First one ever, I believe. Fate does silly things. Came across this block on the sidewalk crossing the Westmorland Street bridge: “Expose a truth about yourself…Vulnerability is Healthy!” Ok […]

  • Art or Music?

    If you had to choose only one to have, which would it be? Could you choose? Are they not both components of the essence that is life? For some years, whenever I have a kid approaching 6th grade, this is the letter I get from school. Due to what I can only assume is a […]

  • The Rise of ‘Sharenting’

    Interesting article from The Atlantic, “When Kids Realize Their Whole Life Is Already Online”, about parents who share their kids’ lives and images online – now referred to as ‘sharenting’. Back when I still had social media accounts, I didn’t share much about my kids – or photos of them – more out of fear […]

  • On Fatherhood

    “I think the most important thing for a father these days is to just show that’s possible to do what you love and be really good at it. And then come home with tenderness and affection for them – missing them – and give them everything you’ve got when you get home and then start […]