Hi. I’m a freelance creative director, digital UX writer, and content strategist who lives in Toronto. These are my musings. I usually review books. Sometimes I write about the things that make me go hmmm.
Tag Archives: parenting
I learned to knit around the time that Paul and I got together, almost eight years ago. For my first knitting project, I bought wool that should have been spun into a skein. I didn’t know and got it all … Continue reading
quite a while ago, before we moved back from san francisco, i took james for one last stroller ride down to the bay. he was about nine-months old. i bundled him up and covered him with the baby blanket i … Continue reading
A friend posted this wonderful Huffington Post blog-entry on Facebook: The Last Time. The post eloquently articulates how parents usually look ahead to their children’s firsts, rather than savour their present abilities and quirks, which morph away all too soon. … Continue reading
I’ve only skimmed parenting books before this one. It’s interesting and in response to North America’s compulsion to over-parent. I liked learning about how another culture parents as well as getting some good ideas. And the book is entertaining, except … Continue reading