The Growing Toll of Our Ever-Expanding Waistlines
A long, impactful read - how do we as parents help guide our children toward confidence and resilience? It made *me* incredibly anxious imagining myself as a parent of one of these kids. My heart goes out to any parent that has a teenager with levels of anxiety so high their lives are turned upside down by it. One thing is for certain: unlimited, unchecked, un-discussed smartphone and social media use for kids or teens is dangerous.
This was illuminating! I had no idea US doctors were paid so much more than doctors in other similar countries.
If you're a parent, please read this.
An interesting take on the intersection between economics and marriage.
Excellent, in-depth reporting on the rising heat problem.
A very interesting look at the reality of what corporations do when their taxes are cut. Here's a hint: it's not usually what they promise. 🙄
It amazes me a bit that this is considered "new", but it exaons why so many companies have terrible product pages. They haven't been paying attention.
Be skeptical of the hype around ANY demographic.
This will strike many as controversial but as a parent I find it very interesting and underscores the importance of reading at home and teaching kids persistence.
The hidden origins of Monopoly. Amazing!
I agree completely with this: your life will be better after you turn off app notifications. I only have call, Google Voice texts, WhatsApp, and email notificationa turned on. I use my phone when I want, not when it demands I look at it.
A fascinating look at how Venmo changes our interactions with each other.
I can't wait to watch this. #KenBurns shines light on things in a special way.
This is worth reading. No culture should be able to define the art, music, or expression of another. I find that deeply disturbing. 😐
Real data. Very interesting conclusions!
It's sad the way parents have failed to prepare their kids for real life. 😒
If you're not paying attention to how you onboard your employees, you're not going to get what you need from them.
This is a long, well-researched piece that blows apart the fiction of how samurai have been presented to us. Like King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table, our modern interpretation is 90% idealized fiction and 10% reality. And that's OK, so long as we don't pretend otherwise.