Talking to our kids about alcohol is a conversation of respect (for themselves and others), health, safety and responsibility. This post is in partnership with Responsibility.org and totally acceptable 80s hair.
There’s a lot of good to be done in the world, and there’s no reason that the kids can’t be a part of it. In fact, they probably want to be. Let’s let them. Here is a story by co-founder Whit Honea about his son following his own passion. Warning: There’s a lot of bragging.
Responsibility.org believes that parents and kids should talk early, talk often, and be happy. We agree. After all, with great kids comes great responsibility.
World Cancer Day reminds us that cancer never takes a day off. Neither do we. We will fight it and end it with love and courage. And we will do it together. We are coming for you, cancer. You will soon be history.
Blogger Matt Brennan jumps aboard D4C to say it is time to stand up and use our critical thinking skills. Let us limit the conversation to candidates who espouse ideas that aren’t distinctly un-American. Let us not fall for hate.
Girls are treated poorly all around the world and one of the cornerstones to empowerment and change is education. Malala Yousafzai is trying to make that happen, and you can help. “He Named Me Malala” opens today. See it. Tell everybody.
Carter Gaddis writes that change is inevitable, and it is good. It also is needed, because to suffer the status quo is to relinquish our humanity. We must think about change, talk about change, and act to improve our world.