Best Parenting Post. “Stamps in Their Passport: The Highs and Lows of Travel with Children” by Sarah Ruttan at Alice Calahan’s The Science of Mom.
Best Commentary. “School Is About More Than Training Kids to Be Adults” by Michael Godsey at The Atlantic.
Best List. “Want to ‘Take Up,’ Rather Than ‘Give Up’ Something for Lent? Try the Acts of Mercy” by Elizabeth Tenety at America.
Most Infuriating. “How The Boss May Be Quietly Pocketing Your Server’s Tips” by Dave Jamieson at Huff Post Business.
Best Reflection. “When Your Life is Out of Control During Lent” by Natalie Trust.
Best Special-Needs Post. “A Fashion Breakthrough for Those with Developmental Disabilities” by Melissa Hart at Oregon Live.
Most Monastic. “De(tales): Mystery” by Hope Lyda, guest-posting at Cara Strickland’s Little Did She Know.
Best Profile. “Is the College of Faith for Real?” by Evin Demirel at SB Nation.
Best Video. “Zeppelin!” by Louisville Leopard Percussionists (via YouTube).
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