Germany treats its mothers well, but it has one of the lowest birth rates on a continent filled with low birth rates.
Reading through some of these posts, inspired me to think about the women in my family and I found that there are common threads that go beyond physical appearance that link us all together.
After the tear-flowing experience that was The God of Small Things, we were ready for a less heart-wrenching read this month.
The pictures are interesting, not just to see what the families purchased (the Mexican family bought a heap of Coca Cola), but also the quality of ingredients, how large the families were, whether extended families lived in the same house, how much food they were able to buy and their level of happiness in the pictures.
The problems with having a lot of kids are obvious: not enough food, not enough money, not enough education. All of these concerns perpetuate the cycle of poverty for generations down the road.
By making towns more walkable, we will also do something else: bring back the sense of community that many suburbs miss.
Seriously. I want to know.
What’s the difference between them and all of the people they left behind?
In a country that was built by immigrants, are only some immigrants acceptable?
The photo seen above may seem weird, but it has a sweet back story.
This video is utterly fascinating for two reasons.