Lizzy Thompson

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This Mother's Reaction to Her Son's Fit of Anger Can Teach Us All a Lesson in Parenting

<i>This story from mom and blogger Kathleen Fleming of Majestic Unicorn about her son accidentally breaking a mirror in the house is absolutely inspiring.</i><p>This was my hallway last Wednesday.<p>Broken. Sharp. Treacherous.<p>This was my hallway.<p>It was my son who did this.<p>Sometimes, often really, things break — …

Parenting

Why You Should Stop Steaming Your Mussels

Unlock the briny bivalves' potential by broiling, pickling and wrapping them in pancetta.<p>Steam some mussels in broth or wine, add some crusty bread …

15 habits that can make you happier

But advice on exactly how to boost your happiness is often not backed by science, even though there's a whole field devoted to studying it.<p>While everyone has different things that make them happy — a taco stuffed with cilantro is joyful for some and miserable for others — research on well-being has …

Healthcare Is About Patients, Not Paperwork

When you’re in the hospital or recovering at home, what’s the one thing that you want more of? Personal care.<p>Nurses want the same thing. We want to spend more time tending to our patients, giving them more individual care. The challenge today is we end up spending a good chunk of our time tracking …

Digital Health

“What a horrible mother:” How a call from a “good samaritan” derailed these mothers’ lives

These moms left their kids for a few minutes and got arrested. A scary look at our new moral vigilantism<p>In the moments before the police and county prosecutors and child protective services took over her life, Monique was thinking about dinner. Specifically, she wanted a baked chicken. She had just …

The FDA’s phony nutrition science: How Big Food and Agriculture trumps real science — and why the government allows it

Sugar and corn syrup have been pumped into the food chain, causing a dramatic increase in illnesses. Here’s why<p><i>Lie: The U.S. Department of Agriculture Knows What Should Be on Your Plate</i><p>You know by now that sugar has been pumped into the food chain over the last fifty years, especially in the form …

50 Amazingly Clever Cheat Sheets To Simplify Home Decorating Projects - Page...

21. What type of flooring is best for your home?<p>Trying to decide between ceramic and wood? Bamboo or vinyl? There are a lot of different factors to …

Bunny Cubes pattern by Heather Sebastian

Square, squishy little bunnies who are happy to join you for tea!<p>Cube Bunnies start out flat. Stitches are then picked up for working in the round - …

Better Than Takeout: Vadouvan-Roasted Cauliflower With Harissa-Chickpea Curry

This homemade curry has it all: sweet coconut milk, spicy peppers, crispy chickpeas, and roasted cauliflower.<p><i>Welcome to the second annual Bon Appétit Readers' Choice Week, where we're committed to celebrating the people who make what we do all worthwhile (that's you!). As part of the festivities,</i> …

Recipes

Knitting Tips: How to Hold Yarn for Stranded Colorwork

Stranded colorwork—a technique for knitting with multiple yarn colors—can bring a serious infusion of style and pattern to your projects, but dealing with more than one strand of yarn at once can quickly turn into knotted mess if you’re not careful. But, don’t despair! There are ways to keep your …

Sheet Pan Suppers: A Quick-Fix Cooking Method to Try Tonight

The concept of the one-pot dinner gets a makeover with Sheet Pan Suppers, a cookbook that puts one of your kitchen's most-basic tools to work for …

I Wish Someone Would've Warned Me About These BIG FEELINGS | TODAY.com

The TODAY Parenting Team is a community where anyone can write posts, ask questions and share advice.<p>I quit my job to stay home when I had my second baby just after her big brother turned two. Those first few months as a SAHM to two were, let’s say, mildly traumatizing (I am underselling this). I …