Ten Things for the Weekend

April 5, 2019

1. This week’s mantra: “You are imperfect, you are wired for struggle, but you are worthy of love and belonging.” ― Brene Brown

2. A sweet reader of mine has launched a Kick Starter for her Tiny Acts of Kindness picture book for kids. Check it out!

3. Came across a great digital parenting magazine called Raise this week, they shared an article yesterday about surviving the holidays in a blended family that feels ultra fitting with Easter right around the corner.

4. Bleu launched this week. Have you given it a look / read yet?

5. With the state of emergency in Rockland County, NY this article about parenting in the time of measles was a super interesting read.

6. Can’t stop listening to this song.

7. This article about timeouts for everyone is on my weekend reading list considering we are in the depths of the lovely tantrum phase.

8. The New York Times is starting a new parenting section and they want to hear from all of us parents about our tiny victories!

9. I’m starting to look for contributors for Household. If you have an idea or topic for a column or story I want to hear from you! Please shoot an email to hailey@householdmag.com.

10. Jenny, from Cup of Jo, shared this podcast episode that is officially on my listen list. The episode is titled Emotional Labor: The Invisible Work (Most) Women Do. Here’s a snippet of their description, “Remembering the grocery list, coordinating with the babysitter, making food for the potluck, scheduling a get-together with the in-laws: These are some of the invisible tasks that (most) women exclusively do in their romantic relationships — and the list goes on and on.” So interested to hear more.


In case you missed it this week on Household:

10 Ways to Make Parenting Less Boring

Building Household: The Benefits and Downfalls of Workflow with Outsourced Help or Employees

Knowing When It’s Time to Pivot With Your Business

Mom and Dad Made a Podcast: The Beauty of Watching Your Best Friends Become Parents

My Second Trimester with Baby #2: Weeks 13 Through 18

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