Book Discussion: ‘How the West Really Lost God’ by Mary Eberstadt

Mary Eberstadt moves through social science to a mystical conclusion about the relationship of family bonds to familiar faith. [Read more…]

The Caged Bird is Free: Remembering the Life and Words of Maya Angelou

A Tribute to the Life and Words of Maya Angelou [Read more…]

The Horrible, Awful Story of How My Children Caged Me – Nic Cage, That Is

It started with the silverware drawer. Never open the silverware drawer unprepared. [Read more…]

How I Make Artisan Sourdough Bread Rounds Using the Bread Machine (With Photos)

A step by step guide to making super yummy, super delicious artisan sourdough bread. [Read more…]

My DIY – Fun Instagram Type Photo Canvases of Tasty Food – With Instructions

I turned my snapshots of food into kitchen art! All by myself! Here’s how. [Read more…]

All About Apps: Advice for Parents About the Video-Sharing iPhone App VINE

If your kids are on Vine, just like every other decision in life, they get to decide who they want to represent and who they want to follow. Their Vines can contribute to the filth, or they can showcase their creativity. [Read more…]

Phone Apps Explained for Parents: Should Your Kid SnapChat?

The photo sharing phone app is all the rage with kids. But don’t panic. I SAID DON’T PANIC! Sarah Brooks is on the job. [Read more…]

Instagram and Your Kids: Advice for Protecting Their Safety and Their Self-Image

How can social media be a good thing for your tweens or teens (and parents too), or at least not a harmful thing? [Read more…]

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Protecting Kids’ Heart-Deep Identity: A Note to Parents about Instagram

Now your child’s self-worth is quantifiable in followers, likes, and reposts. It’s the unforeseen results of social networking. [Read more…]

You Want to Honor the Boston Bombing Victims? Invite a Muslim to Dinner

Grill for peace. Lemonade for America. Potato salad for understanding (hold the bacon)! [Read more…]