Being a Winner or a Sportsman My sons love their bikes and Hot Wheels—anything that moves really. My younger son, in particular, is a car fanatic. The boy can name makes of cars from far away. He recently said he wants a Tesla. He’s three. Along with his penchant for motors is a competitive streak.…
Two words that best describe an idea that I had been wanting to use as a premise for a short film for about a year.
Dad Attitude: Our Inner Worlds Guys tend to turn things into competitions. Who knows why we do this. I haven’t devoted much time to teaching my eldest son about winners and losers, and yet he relishes in getting to the front door of our home first, or beating his younger brother to a speed bump…
A little parenting tip on teaching our sons and daughters a thing or two about falling on a bike, regardless of gender.
12 feet to the pedal, 14.5 feet to the seat, and has been dubbed “STOOPIDTALL”.
A trip to Paris to examine the lessons of Bike sharing, and life, for my hometown of Boston.
The city of Copenhagen (1.2 million people) saves $357 million a year on health costs because of its large population of bike commuters.
Even the shortest trips mean you have to bring stuff. A lot of stuff.
I learned how to ride a bicycle later in life. It was embarrassing at the beginning, but thrilling by the end. Cycling is just a question of momentum. It’s when you stop moving that you have problems. “It’s as close as I have ever gotten to flying.” – Aaron S, my friend, on riding a…