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First came love (Dave), then marriage, then three kids (Max, Sabrina and Ben). Max has cerebral palsy. I launched Love That Max in October 2008 as an inspirational, informational, occasionally irreverent blog. Over the years, it's evolved to hel...
The Roots of Progress is a personal project of Jason Crawford—an intellectual project, which may take many years, to understand the nature and cause of human progress. Think of this less as a newsletter, and more of a personal research...
Why subscribe? If you want to know where you’re going, it helps to know where you’ve been. We’ll take you there, with the history and archival photos that bring needed perspective to our current political moment...
Becoming a mother totally changed my life in all the right ways and although some of these changes have completely thrown off my life plans, and in some respects I am usually just “figuring things out” as time goes on, it is a journey like no ot...
#MomLife is a lot of things. Gratifying. Hilarious. Exhausting. I’m not perfect – faaaaaaaaaaar from it – but here on the blog you’ll find some first-hand tips on parenting, managing your family finances, quick and tasty recipes, mindfulness tips...
A few different things: current events and processes, thoughts on past happenings, book reviews, and eventually, interviews and other content. It offers thoughts and explanations of past happenings (like migration in prehistory, the invention of
It’s a (roughly bi-weekly) newsletter about pregnancy and parenting data - new data, fast facts, reading recommendations, etc, by the author of Expecting Better and Cribsheet... who is also a Mom and Economics Professor.
Family life is much easier when you can commiserate about the parts that are tedious, enraging, low-key awful, weirdly hilarious, blindsidingly sad and also sometimes totally fine and even a little fun. Never miss a piece content that might be...
Welcome to Age of Invention by me, Dr Anton Howes. I’m a historian of innovation. I write mostly about the causes of Britain’s Industrial Revolution, focusing on the lives of the individual innovators who made it happen. I’m interested in every...
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