“Pray for boring days,” my grandmother used to say. I never really knew what she meant. Now, I think I do.
Latest by Holly Robinson
The most immediate way to fight terrorism is to not give into it.
Who are we now, with nobody texting because they need a ride, fought with a friend, or want to bring someone to dinner?
There are always people to talk to, things to look at, and ideas to think about while you embrace the gift of an extra hour.
Yes, of course we need to be involved in monitoring what our children are doing online. But we must also help them learn to manage their own time.
I’m not the only woman for whom the Cosby scandal stirs up dark memories.
She was not cut out for parenthood. She couldn’t be bothered! And yet somehow Holly Robinson ended up with a brood of five.
Childhood isn’t meant to be a race to the college finish line. It’s meant to be a formative part of life. So is college.
“Go Set A Watchman,” even in its unpolished form, is a literary treasure that deserves to be read.
A novelist reflects on the best preparation for the writing life she could have ever had: parenthood.