Kia Ora geeks.
Those are my words du semain … the concepts I’m looking for in decisions great and small. How do I increase joy? And can I find ease in this? Amazing what it does to a day.
I will increase joy if I can share some links with y’all before cooking a nutritious dinner for my peeps. So here they come …
First, from the Atlantic, an article about the complex lives of babies. Blank slates they are not! Next, from Slate, a review of a book which encourages parents to consider a more German method of parenting (ie, let them roam!). I appreciate that the review acknowledges the conundrum for folk who consider a parenting method which sits well outside of their own cultural norms. Ouchie.
Here is a 20 minute interview from RNZ National’s Jessie Mulligan, about the science of perfect timing. INTERESTING. And HOORAY for the rise of the ol’ fashioned board game! I’m in!
This is cool, from Harvard Medical School. “Nature, meet nurture!”.
And an excellent perspective from the NY Times about teens and sexuality and pressure and sexism and the need to talk to both boys and girls, instead of just holding the girls responsible. It’d be easier for girls to resist sending nude pictures if boys didn’t ask in the first place! Right on!