Life can get busy, I get it. So it’s useful to have a list of places to turn for help when you need it. Offload the tasks you like least to somebody else, and give yourself more time to do the things you things you love.
This post on Goop about toys for young hackers inspired me to think about the sort of things my son is going to grow up playing with. Back in the day, we thought Etch-a-Sketch, Donkey Kong, Oil Panic and PacMan were the height of coolness. Today, kids are learning online and using tablets and laptops from being babies. My two-year-old already knows how to open his favourite ‘Talking Tom’ game and Garbage Truck videos on YouTube on my iPad (which isn’t great for me – it drives me crazy!)
Ever sat in a restaurant nattering away over a cocktail only to miss a call as your phone vibrated in your handbag? Or sat through a meeting while waiting on an important email but didn’t want to look rude by phone-checking every five minutes? This little gem (get it?!) has the answer.