We moved from our 2-bedroom apartment in NYC to our 5-bedroom house in Pennsylvania three years ago this week. On some level life is different here. On others it isn’t. I get up in the morning and do kid stuff, then I work, then I take a break to run, then I work again, then I do kid stuff, then I get them to bed and work or read again. On weekends we do family activitie… read more »
My kids have never been great sleepers. They don’t seem to need as much sleep as many kids. The older two gave up their naps pretty early. My 7-year-old can easily go to sleep at 10 p.m. or later, wake up at 7 a.m., and be fine. My 2.5 year old still naps most days, but graduated to a later bedtime in order to keep the nap.
So bedtime had been around 9 p.m. here. But it ne… read more »
My interview with Sylvia Ann Hewlett ran at Fast Company this week.
I also interviewed Keith Ferrazzi on how to transform online connections into real ones.
For next week, I’m working on a few pieces. One is on how to become a Pinterest star. If you’re on it and have a following, I’d love to talk with you about what people respond to. Also what… read more »
I always love a good weight loss story, so I was intrigued by the Wall Street Journal’s recent offering. Former NFL lineman Brandon Moore used to eat like, well, a 300-lb lineman. He needed to be bulky for his job, and as a professional athlete, he exercised a lot. He could absorb 6400 calories per day (the total for a menu he provided). This included such meal c… read more »
The Bureau of Labor Statistics released the annual American Time Use Survey results today. This is my favorite time study for a few reasons. First, it is huge (many thousands of people). Second, a few features help with accuracy. A researcher asks the participant to go through yesterday, which means the participant isn’t trying to recall a typical da… read more »