Lifestyle/Parenting/ Health and Fitness

It can be hard to keep track of new breast cancer research. Here are the 3 advancements you should know.  (Washington Post

Why all parents should care about arts education (Washington Post On Parenting)

The No-Cone Thanksgiving: A Dog Owner’s Guide to a Peaceful Holiday (Sniff & Barkens)

Take It Outside! (Dallas Child)

Movement for the Masses/ Run, Child, Run (USA Today/MediaPlanet)


Things I’ve Learned: Patrick Terry (Austin Monthly)

Things I’ve Learned: Wes Hurt (Austin Monthly)

Bitcoin (Southwest Spirit Magazine)

The Long View (Southwest Spirit)

Guidance Counselors (Southwest Spirit)

Time Well Spent (Southwest Spirit)

Groom for Improvement (Southwest Spirit)

Striking Out (Southwest Spirit)

Cash in on Culture (Southwest Spirit)


Ten Things to Do Your First Month Living in Austin (

Austin, Texas City Guide (Design*Sponge)

Want Giving Kids? Take Them on a Trip (Giving City Austin)

Two Great Ways to Spend Date Night in Austin (Walking On Travels)

Local Author Reading List (


Field Guide to the Overachiever (Psychology Today)

Field Guide to the Social Climber (Psychology Today)

In a Flash (Psychology Today)


Case for Support (Austin Pets Alive! )

Key Program Summaries (Austin Pets Alive!)

Fairtrade and Organic Go Hand in Hand (Fairtrade America)



Paris When It Giggles is a city guide, picture book and travelogue all rolled into one pretty little package. Filled with true stories, useful tips, dreamy illustrations and inspiring ideas, this honest and sentimental handbook was designed to convince reluctant parents that the magic of Paris is best experienced with their littlest travel companions in tow.

Now available on Amazon, iTunes, and the shelves of BookPeople–surely one of the best book stores on the planet.

Review: Walking On Travels

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