The perfect married man is a rare breed. If you’ve got one, here are 8 ways to keep from blowing it. If you’ve got a sense of humor about the modern marriage dynamic, please read my latest article, published in Coffeelicious. If you don’t have a sense of humor about such things, go here instead.
I have met the perfect married man. As it turns out, he’s right. About everything. Read my latest article, which is my first with BLUNTMoms. And put down the torches and pitchforks. It’s all in fun.
If you want to compete with the social pull of mobile technology, you need to know what you’re up against: Mobile tech has your child’s attention — it’s fun, immediate, and connects them with their peers. You? Maybe not so much.
The dangers of mobile and online communications are real. Read my article about cyberbullying and what you can do about it in AT&T’s Thread magazine.
Late nights and appetites
The rise in obesity over recent decades has been accompanied by a growth in chronic sleep problems. Research has shown that the two phenomena are not unrelated. Sleep plays a key role in maintaining health, including managing our weight, and lack of sleep is a known risk factor for obesity in both children and adults. Shorter sleep duration is also linked to higher body mass index (BMI) and the expression of obesity-related genes.
I was asked to help edit Sleep Junkies’ infographic that explains some of the factors that turn sleep loss into weight gain. Please check out their excellent website, where you’ll find a ton of great sleep-related content.
The dancing has just begun
Anyway, writer/producer/director Helen Polise crafted a very witty, enlightening and engaging take on what it was like for her to turn fffffffffff … for a woman. You get the idea. I highly recommend you read her article on WiseTribe.
Hands on your handlebars or on your laptop, you’re in the wilderness.
Except for the fun downhills and the mud, mountain biking is just like business writing. OK, kinda like it.
Read my latest article on Medium.
Embrace all 3 to convert your audience to participants
The cheekiest of British comedians sought advice and got it. The responses were profound.
Last October, while promoting the Netflix release of his comedy series Derek, British comedian Ricky Gervais asked his Twitter followers to reach out to their elders, asking one simple question: “What’s the most important thing you’ve learned in life?”
Read about it on WiseTribe.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: A guy retires. He’s bored. He needs something to do.
Actually, don’t stop me. This story has a happy ending.
A new blog post for WiseTribe. NYTimes.com recently ran a feature about a bored retired man who determined to work as an entrepreneur with someone from a different generation. His success story shows a good match of experience and an intergenerational mindset can lead to a whole new way of living.