All The Blog Posts

JJ Keith


An Open Letter to High School and College Students

JJ Keith | Posted June 7, 2012 | Parents

Sup, Kids Today.

I am a mom, but I'm not your mom, so don't think of me as a parental figure. I'm just trying to figure some stuff out before my own children, both of whom are very young (the worst thing they can think to do online is...

Candice Olson


Take a Kitchen From Blah to Bistro-Fabulous

Candice Olson | Posted June 7, 2012 | Canada Living

The children's story of the cobbler who had no shoes was one of my favorites growing up. Strangely, I recently I ran into my own real-life version of this tale. One of my clients, a professional chef, begged me to come over and see the state of her kitchen. And...

Carolyn Scott


Vegan Father's Day Recipes

Carolyn Scott | Posted June 7, 2012 | Food


Summer time is synonymous with grillin' and chillin'. And who does that better than dad? This Father's Day, give him the day off from the flaming grill and serve him up a dad-sized meal that's fit for a king! We've got a great menu...

Margaret Wheeler Johnson


Silicon Valley Is Bachelorville -- And The New York Times Wants To Help

Margaret Wheeler Johnson | Posted June 7, 2012 | Women

It's been a while since the New York Times produced a really spectacular example of the non-trend trend piece, so Alex Williams' "Bachelorville's Big Fish" this morning was a treat. The point of the article seems to be two-fold: to underscore how predominantly male Silicon Valley is, in...

Julie Handler


50 Inspiring Children's Books with a Positive Message

Julie Handler | Posted June 7, 2012 | Parents

"The more you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go." -- Dr. Seuss

With technology developing at a record pace and kids mastering iPads before they're even out of diapers, it's more important than ever to instill the love of...