• This Is Your Brain on Social Media
    This Is Your Brain on Social Media

    Do your mind a favor and limit your scrolling time.

  • Put Kids on a Schedule Similar to What They Had in School
    Put Kids on a Schedule Similar to What They Had in School

    Jackie Cisneros, Senior Account Manager / Kids: Enzo (9) and Gianna (4)

  • Don’t Beat Yourself Up When Things Are Not Perfect
    Don’t Beat Yourself Up When Things Are Not Perfect

    Ramona Marcionetti, PR and Marketing Manager / Kids: Gion (9 months)

  • A Defined (But Flexible!) Routine Works Wonders
    A Defined (But Flexible!) Routine Works Wonders

    Andrew Savikas, Chief Strategy Officer / Kids: Adler (7) and Ada (4)

  • The Less Important Things Will Just Have to Wait (Including Laundry)
    The Less Important Things Will Just Have to Wait (Including Laundry)

    Anna Wehrt, PR and Communications Manager / Kids: Charlotte (2)

  • The One Thing That Helped the Most Was the Company’s Flexibility
    The One Thing That Helped the Most Was the Company’s Flexibility

    Haike Finch-Schattka, Editorial Recruiting and Managing Editor / Kids: Girl (6) and Boy (4) 

  • Go Outside into Nature Every Second You Are Not Working, Sleeping or Eating
    Go Outside into Nature Every Second You Are Not Working, Sleeping or Eating

    Sara Kuepfer, Writer / Kids: Anjali, 8

  • Work While They Sleep (Unless You Have to Sleep While They Sleep)
    Work While They Sleep (Unless You Have to Sleep While They Sleep)

    Erica Rauzin, Senior Managing Editor / Kids: two girls and a boy (all adults), two baby grandsons

  • Be More Forgiving (and Put on Your Noise-Cancelling Headphones)
    Be More Forgiving (and Put on Your Noise-Cancelling Headphones)

    Heather Hodel, Managing Editor of the Classics Library / Kids: Evelyn (6) and Laura (2) 

  • Set Boundaries!
    Set Boundaries!

    Holli Addison, Account Manager / Kids: Isabelle (15) Savannah (13)