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May 2016: Hello! 13 Roads is undergoing updates and will relaunch soon. In the meantime, find me on Instagram @13roads.

Video: Spin marketing, willful ignorance and… you

Video: Spin marketing, willful ignorance and… you

Click here to learn why I’m blogging every day this month. This video is brilliant. It’s also absolutely chilling. Make sure you watch until the very last second. Couple of things you should know before watching: The presenter is an actress. But the data she...
Wax wax baby

Wax wax baby

Click here to learn why I’m blogging every day this month. Awhile ago, Tess came home from school talking about Babybel cheese. All the kids have it. It’s so cool. Could she get some, pretty-please-please-please? On the scale of foods I worry about, Babybel...
Countdown to summer road trips

Countdown to summer road trips

Click here to learn why I’m blogging every day this month. Tess is done with school this Friday. Some of you are already on break. Others still have a few weeks to go. But one thing is clear: We’ve all got summer on the brain. And where there’s summer,...
Pondering a school pizza party

Pondering a school pizza party

Click here to learn why I’m blogging every day this month. Readers and friends often ask me how to handle school parties: how to curb the junk, how to approach teachers and administrators, how to get other parents on board. (People rarely worry about kids protesting...
Salad days

Salad days

Click here to learn why I’m blogging every day this month. Tess was in a stroller the first summer she visited the farm. Six months old, with a sunhat on her head and sunlight on her toes, she watched (and snoozed) as my husband and I and our CSA comrades picked...
Extreme blogging, commence

Extreme blogging, commence

Whenever I’ve seen other bloggers write about their participation in blogathons, I’ve broken into a cold sweat. The thought of blogging daily — for a month — has always sounded about as appealing to me as going back to daily newspaper journalism. (In other...
Kids’ menus are for coloring on, not eating from

Kids’ menus are for coloring on, not eating from

It’s been quiet on the blog lately while I wrap up a big project, but I’ve got another Parade piece for you, my latest as a regular contributor. This one is a topic I know strikes a nerve: Kids’ Menus are for Coloring On, Not Eating From. One of my...
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