One of the benefits of not using Facebook much is that I see how Facebook entices occasional users back into the fold.
I just watched Inside Out with our daughter. It's a wonderful family movie that speaks to our emotions and how they change as we grow up and face new challenges. If you haven't seen it yet, make some time to do it.
Writer's remorse or, as it is otherwise known: that feeling that "I probably shouldn't have told you that", followed by the overpowering desire to hide for a very long time.
My daughter sobbed that she didn't want to make my day worse by not listening to me when I told her and her brother to get ready for bed. She reminded me about what is really important.
I really like Caterina Fake's one tweet today: https://twitter.com/Caterina/status/530709560453918720 It is so easy to get caught up in work, work and work and to forget to take some time for a mental breather, the meta stuff and to let your mind snap back to some semblance of flexibility where it can be creative and regenerate.…