Meghan Moravcik Walbert
megwalbert
Meghan is Lifehacker's Parenting Editor. She is a former newspaper journalist and author of the Foster Parent Diary Series for the New York Times.
Jun 30
5

My daughter recently started back in a summer program, it is a small school and has less than 20 students in the summer program. They have been taking very reasonable precautions and I feel very safe with her going there. It has also been noticeably good for her well being as she seems very happy and is enjoying Read more

Jun 25
5

If you believe COVID-19 is a liberal hoax, I can’t help you or your kids. If you think Costco requiring a mask infringes on your rights, you are blatantly ignoring the rights of everyone else, and I can’t help you. Read more

Jun 25
3

Another thing we need to be careful of is teaching our kids the divisiveness and anger growing in our society. It’s very easy to overlook this or think teaching your child to write off and hate anyone who leans conservative, but it’s only going to breed more of the spiteful and angry society we live in. Trump has been Read more

Jun 25
3

Good article. They are watching and they WILL most certainly build upon it. Also, add, that they will emulate how we deal with aversion. How we speak to others, even with whom we disagree. Compassion and respect being a given, not a received thing, has been missing for some time. Love of others, regardless of their Read more

Jun 22
6

Although it is not technically stand up comedy, I have found the Netflix show Magic for Humans to be a fantastic family viewing experience. The magic is phenomenal, and Justin Willman is really funny.  10 out of 10 for the whole family.

Jun 22
12

Even before I started the slideshow, I said to myself “If Brain Regan’s not in here, it’s BS!” Yeah, Brian was first! Good on ya, Meghan!

Jun 22
6

At a previous position, I’ve literally been required by senior management to cherry pick data to prove his stance. Technically, the analysis was “Fact”, as long as you read every single footnote and exception.

I even put a footnote stating that the author/analyst does not agree with this analysis. That probably killed Read more

Jun 20
6

A piece of rope walks into a bar. The bartender tells “Hey! You get out of here! We don’t serve your kind!” So the rope goes outside, frizzes out one end, and ties himself in a knot. Then walks back in. The bartender tells “Ain’t you the rope I just threw out’a here?” To which the rope replies “Nope. I’m a frayed Read more

Jun 20
3

Well, you have to be a really old Dad to remember elephant jokes. But here goes. Read more

Jun 20
3

My favourite (a personal invention, though I’m sure others will have evolved it separately) is: When does a joke become a Dad Joke? When it’s fully groan.

Jun 19
12

A horse walks into a bar. The bartender says “You want a drink?” The horse says, “I think not,” and promptly vanishes. Read more

Jun 19
1

Friend/relative at gathering: “Hey, you want a beer?”

Me: “Nah.” (pause 1 second)
I want four beers.”