You Should Write a Year-End Family Newsletter Even if You Don't Have a Family

You Should Write a Year-End Family Newsletter Even if You Don’t Have a Family

When I hear “holiday newsletter,” I think, “Here are the life milestones that each of my seven children reached this year!” That’s what the Times uses as their example of a good year-end newsletter. But end-of-year newsletters are for everyone. Especially if …

The Best Family Memoirs I Read This Year

I am something of a memoir junkie. I don’t exclusively read parenting memoirs (if you haven’t read The Shepherd’s Life or The Night of the Gun yet, I’m sad for you), but 2018 seems to have been The Year of the Parenting/Family Memoir for me. Read more…

Before You Have a Second Child, Consider Your Mental Health

There are many factors that go into the decision about whether—or when or how—to try for a second child. The size you want your family to be, your age, your fertility, your proximity to family, the amount of other demands in your life. Read more…

How to Get Your Workaholic Spouse Back

There are many demands on our time, especially after we’re partnered, with kids, or other family obligations. In a perfect world, it would be easy to prioritize our relationships. For many, getting away from work to be with family is not just difficult; work …

Gift Guide: 6 rugged gifts for outdoorsy friends and family

Shopping for someone who prefers hiking and camping to the great indoors can be tricky. Not only are outdoor enthusiasts usually less impressed by traditional gifts (clothes, games, etc.) but their preferred realm of technical gear is vast and confusing. If y…

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