Real Mail Magic

Real Mail Magic

The act of writing their names on paper—guiding a pen into the shapes of their full names, not Twitter handles, and then an address that sets them in a place, a real street somewhere in the world—feels so refreshingly tactile. To be able to hold something in your hand and send it off, knowing soon they’ll be holding the very same thing. Someone you’re only aware of through pixels on a screen, holding the same paper you once held! Read More

Bathroom Politics

Bathroom Politics

Does the toilet paper roll go on forwards or backwards? What’s the big deal about the seat being up or down? These are the kinds of arguments we have fought over too long. It’s time for a third party to come in and show us new solutions that don’t rely on dichotomies! Read More

Taming ‘The Snurtch’

Taming ‘The Snurtch’

Sean Ferrell’s picture book ‘The Snurtch,’ rather than being another “scapegoat imaginary friend” story, validates the experiences of kids who struggle to keep their emotions in check, opening up discussions to get help. Read More