Life Lesson: Very Good Lives By J.K. Rowling

Very Good Lives started as a commencement address at Harvard University in 2008 by J.K. Rowling, the author of the Harry Potter books. In it she focused on two concepts: the importance of imagination and the benefits of failure. All too often in life, children learn to Read More …

Life Lesson: The Monkey Business Illusion (AKA The Invisible Gorilla)

Humans are great a focussing all their attention on the smallest of details, but there’s a problem with this: it means that we often miss very obvious things that are going on around us because we are just not paying attention to the right cues Read More …

Life Lesson: #LikeAGirl

There are many times that society inadvertently sends the wrong signals to children, and unchecked or unquestioned, these can become ingrained within them, imposing limits on their lives. When such signals are encountered, they should always be challenged by the adults in a child’s life. Read More …