Procrastination playlist - May 2016
Procrastination, according to Wikipedia (because sadly I am not at all sure where my dictionary is) is the avoidance of doing a task which needs to be accomplished. It is the practice of “doing more pleasurable things in place of less pleasurable ones”, or carrying out less urgent tasks instead of more urgent ones, thus putting off impending tasks to a later time.
Welcome to the Procrastination-playlist. Where you can spend a few minutes (hours?) not doing what you are supposed to be doing but not doing nothing at all. Because here you don’t have to feel guilty. We bring you the month’s top parenting conversations, cartoons and opinions. Interesting arts and crafts? Yes please. Spectacular kids’ parties? Check. And, because we are not just parents but human beings, we bring you all sorts of random non-parent-related links as well. So minimise that excel spreadsheet for a little while and see which of our links sparks your fancy. You will end up doing something productive afterall. Kinda.
- Why are we so judgemental of each other’s parenting behaviours? Here are a few suggestions on things we can judge others for.
- Wondering if your relationship is healthy? Measure yourself against these crazy couples.
Love this Safari party. And those drive-in cars complete with window-trays can be used for almost any theme.
- Looking for a few fun ideas to do with the kids? On this list you will find quick and easy experiments to provide entertainment (and learning) to kids and parents alike. Have a look here!
A while ago the spectacularly funny Kate Blandford posted this meme on her Facebook page and it completely took on a life of its own. Don't we all feel like this?
Find the stories of all 10 monkeys here.
- This amazing video puts racism, sexism and every other –ism beautifully in perspective.
Until next month!
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