10 tips for throwing the ultimate tailgate party!
A tailgating soundtrack can make or break a game. Here are 5 key ingredients to make music you can grill along to!
It is only the first day of July, and we are already experiencing extremely high temperatures across the country…and down here in Central Texas, well, it’s just ridiculous. It was 108 at 6 pm last night. 108! We’ve got a long way to go before Fall, Friends. And between now and then, it will be MORE »
Will you be in Austin this summer? Lot’s of us were in town this weekend for Blogher Food 2013. While our focus was on the conference, of course, Austin food temptations were impossible to resist. Austin’s laid-back creative culture and (relatively) low cost of operating has drawn some of the most talented foodies to the MORE »
The end of school and beginning of summer brings out the best and the worst of us all. And sometimes the worst makes the best, most honest, material. That was definitely the case this short week. And here are my top 5 picks of the best things I saw in the parenting blog world this last MORE »
Any minute we will hear whether or not the Boy Scouts of America voted to allow openly gay boys to participate in scouting. Opponents of inclusion argue that scouts with same-sex attractions are already included, so long as they do not “act out openly” or “inappropriately”, and that a militant left is attempting to destroy MORE »
What makes someone a hero? The official definition of hero provides only a little help: 1 a : a mythological or legendary figure of great strength or ability b : an outstanding warrior or soldier c : a person admired for achievements and qualities d : one that shows great courage. 2 : the chief figure MORE »
I’ve been involved with Industry Conferences and Events for 20 years now. Two decades. I remember well the surprising extravagance I experienced when I walked into my first automobile industry conference at 22 years old, and since then, I’ve attended countless technology conferences, oil & gas industry summits, and don’t even get me started on MORE »
“Elimination Communication”. Carefully observed babies pooping in bowls. The idea is that parents become so in tune with their diaperless child that they anticipate signals in time to rush to a toilet, kitchen sink, tree or bowl. Wow. An article in Sunday’s New York Times on this growing trend among the privileged set made me a little MORE »
I just wanted to pass on this list of resources provided by Brene Brown (who is one of my favorite people) on talking to kids about tragedy and death. We shouldn’t shield our kids from the challenges in our world (because that’s an impossible scheme) but equip them to thrive within it. It’s difficult for us, MORE »
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