Best Links of the Week

by ParentCo. December 11, 2015

What do the parents of successful kids have in common? These 11 factors can help predict success. How to pick which board game to play in one handy flow chart. This Holiday commercial from the Belgian National Lottery is a sweet minute well spent. Serial is back! Listen to the first episode, Dustwun, this weekend. Podcasts pair well with Holiday party hangovers. You're making one big mistake when you're arguing with your kids. You're not going full hostage negotiator. When the world feels like a terrible place, restore your faith in humanity (and do the same for others) by doing one of these 15 things. Why can't your kindergartener sit still? Because he's six. This essay on the state of elementary schooling is on point. Tis the season for The 2015 Haters Guide to the Williams-Sonoma Catalog. (We look forward to this every year.) Feeling like garbage? Do one of these 15 easy things, stat. Michelle Obama, First Lady AND rapper. cookiethief copy


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