The actor who played Robbie Rotten on the hit kids’ show “LazyTown” has died. Fans of the show are reminiscing about the impact Stefan Karl Stefansson had on their childhoods.
The biggest gift we can give our children is to make communication a priority and keep the dialogue open.
Have we lost the boldness of America's revolutionary spirit? We built the greatest nation on earth by committing ourselves to our beliefs and principles. Why not apply that same spirit to American education?
I'm continually amazed by the insights of Friedrich Nietzsche.
I was struck this week by this quote from Joan Didion's book The White Album. Whether we realize it or not, we all impose
We know you've heard it before, but consider just how much time you spend online and how much time you spend worrying about your digital self image
If the campaign of 2008 was known as one of "hope" and "change," the campaign of 2016 may well go down in history as one
Tip and talk about it. Make a habit of tipping wait staff 20 percent (or more). Talk with your child about how servers are
This question rightly concerns us as we face a choice between two candidates viewed negatively on character grounds by a majority of the electorate. Sadly, we must ask: which of these flawed contenders is the least objectionable?
"Now more than ever, we need strong leadership," writes Reetta Heiskanen (@reettahei), "not leaders who are only trying to
In an increasingly complex world, society is rediscovering the importance of teaching character qualities or "how one behaves and engages in the world."
I own a 2007 Chevy Malibu. It's nothing fancy, but it's got me where I've needed to go. And it's been remarkably reliable. Besides oil changes and a few minor repairs, I've not had to put much money into it - and it has over 150,000 miles on it. I've felt fortunate.
We all feel so blessed to be working in such a beautiful environment with such exuberant support where the potential truly
Becoming a mother altered not only the way that I perceived the world, but also the way that I perceived myself.
The ability to know you are more than who you are. It's inside each and every one of us. As much as we are different, we have much in common. We are all broken... yet at the same time we are all amazing.