“Screen-time” is one of those parental landmines that no one warns you about before you have kids. That you should have a stance on it, that stance should basically be “none” and that you will be the stalwart upholder of said stance. Ha! Like so many of the philosophies that I’ve thought I’d be one … Continue reading Making boring the default.
It just doesn’t work. All this balancing and kicking ass and being bold. It just doesn’t work without my other half beside me. It just doesn’t happen. It can’t. After this past week I’m terrified of how very tenuous all of this is, how much it all hinges on having this one person in my … Continue reading the price of power couples
<p>Here’s the only thing you need to know about being a start-up founder: It’s the loneliest job out there.</p> <p>Even with the most incredible cofounder and a spouse that believes in you and friends that surround you.</p> <p>Each night you go to sleep not knowing how any number of things are going to be figured … Continue reading the loneliest job title around: start-up founder
<p>Living in Seattle, with my family only a quick road trip away in Vancouver, I often forget that we're technically travelling "internationally". So it wasn't until some days after we had made plans to take our newest addition up to the motherland that I realized we also needed a passport for the child. And as … Continue reading the wonder and possibilities