Parent Co. Daily News For Parents 3/16/16

by Parent Co. March 17, 2016

Instagram Is About to Change in a Massive Way

How about you stop telling me what I want to see, Instagram? (Because the first time you serve up some Papa John's ad before my regularly scheduled overwrought latte art, imma QUIT you.) Time

How I Tried to Teach Myself to Eat Vegetables Like a Grown-Up

The conversation about picky eaters always centers around our kids. But what happens when as adults, we don't grow out of it? Chances are, those habits get passed down. But the good news is, you could teach yourself to like almost anything, at any age. (Except mushrooms. Because, no.) New York Magazine

What Students in Europe Learn That Americans Don't

It would be nice to round out all those football games and processed lunches with a little more real talk about sex and geography. Maybe if those trophy cases were lined with awards for "Contraception Bee Champions" and such... Vice

Why Tech Is the Leading Industry on Parental Leave

When it comes to Tech Industry perks, generous parental leave policies are the new in house juice bars and gadget vending machines. The Atlantic

‘Humans of New York’ Founder Brandon Stanton on Serial Obsessions, How to Build a Sensibility, the Dignity-Conferring Power of Listening, and the Value of Time

The idea of photographing strangers is clearly not revolutionary. But the striking humanity that Brandon Stanton teases out when talking with his subjects is nothing short of brilliant. Brain Pickings


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