Category Archives: When does the age of wisdom begin?

In which I interview an activist and question everything

So, a couple of weeks ago, I wrote about tweaking the cafeteria for healthier outcomes. I felt so good that morning, like, isn’t it great that we don’t have to fight? We just have to make some simple changes, and … Continue reading

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Build a better nugget for a healthy school lunch

So, I got an email recently from Charlotte’s teacher: I have been meaning to chat with you about Charlotte’s lunch. She won’t eat yogurt, applesauce, or raisins at school and really has a hard time maneuvering utensils when she doesn’t … Continue reading

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Hello my name is Ali and I’m raising a picky eater

My words, cross-posted from the Ethicurean. Neophobia 101: When picky eaters confound Ethicureanish intentions My four-year old ate a vegetable frittata the other day. Mind you, this hardly ranks among the most staggering of childhood achievements. It’s not exactly up … Continue reading

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3:41 am

I woke somewhere in the middle of the night, knowing one thing, absolutely: it’s time to get back. All over the internet are scattered blogs that have been abandoned, mid-thought, like the ghosts of people’s aspirations. I see these blogs. … Continue reading

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Just one sentence

You know how sometimes you fall behind? Like, maybe there’s something you need to do. I dunno, something small, an it’ll-take-ten-minutes sort of thing?  Could involve updating something, a blog, maybe. Something. And yet you don’t do it? There’s no … Continue reading

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