So much of parenting is providing opportunities to learn new skills and expose them to things that they’ve never been exposed to. In fact, this is really our Hack School philosophy as well as our goal is to simply provide opportunities for our oldest to encounter new things to their fullest.
Not what I had expected…
These might be helpful:
I’ll admit it… I thought about Lasagna when I first saw this project management system.
These are pretty sweet:
Some really neat advice for interns by some of the most well-known tech luminaries, like Jen Dulski, Sam Altman, and more.
Although, I think that we’re all “interns” at heart in many, many ways. Keep learning. Never stop. Love this advice. I particularly like this right now:
Sometimes the best thing to do is to take some time off, do some hard “resets” about everything, and then begin again. Unfortunately, if you’re somewhat like me, I don’t always get to choose these things (as much as I’d like) and they have to get chosen for me.
This is incredibly hard to watch and one of the scariest things I’ve ever seen. Please, please, please… as a parent, be vigilant, stay informed… love your kids and know what they are doing.
Yesterday I shared a post on what depression feels like and it got a lot of attention. Here’s another one and a perspective that I think is important: