pop culture

Some pop-culture families incite envy with their picture-perfection, while others make you acutely grateful for the one you're stuck with.

  • Ashish Prabhu
    Published 2 months ago
    Working Parents Struggle To Juggle Their Child's Education With Their Working Life

    Working Parents Struggle To Juggle Their Child's Education With Their Working Life

    Working parents face mammoth task of juggling home school and work through the summer
  • Britney Clayton
    Published about a year ago
    Are America's Favorite TV Shows Introducing Children to Drug and Alcohol References?

    Are America's Favorite TV Shows Introducing Children to Drug and Alcohol References?

    Alcohol and drug mentions seem to litter the media. From songs on the radio to plot lines on television shows, substance references seem to be unavoidable. Of course, some genres and platforms are more filtered than others.
  • Israel Petty
    Published 2 years ago
    How My Son’s Favorite Cartoon Changed My Life Forever

    How My Son’s Favorite Cartoon Changed My Life Forever

    “And anytime you feel the pain, hey Jude, refrain
  • WatchMojo
    Published 2 years ago
    Another Top 10 Valuable Collectible Toys

    Another Top 10 Valuable Collectible Toys

    If you find one of these in your old toy box, it might just be your lucky day. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down another top 10 valuable collectible toys.
  • Samantha Bentley
    Published 2 years ago
    9 Reasons Mom-Shaming Needs to Stop

    9 Reasons Mom-Shaming Needs to Stop

    I haven’t even given birth to my son yet and I have already been mom shamed for certain decisions I am making with my pregnancy, nursery, life as a mother, etc. I have always dreamed of being a mother and felt it was part of my reason for being. I didn’t realise how hard I would find pregnancy and the coming to terms with the fact it was actually happening. The life changing decision to have a child REALLY is a life changing one, every single person I know has had a different journey with parenthood, and it is time we stopped shaming people for doing things "differently" to our perceived perfect picture of parenting.
  • In All honesty
    Published 3 years ago
    'Fortnite'

    'Fortnite'

    Social media is bursting with angry parents at the moment, children screaming at the parents because he or she didn't get the "Victory Royale."
  • Robert Steven Williams
    Published 3 years ago
    United By the Solar Eclipse

    United By the Solar Eclipse

    When I read several months back that a total solar eclipse would happen at the end of the summer, I discussed briefly with my girlfriend Mary that we should take a trip into the 100% zone. We live in Connecticut, a 70% zone. Unfortunately, camps and life got in the way this summer, but to be honest, we forgot.
  • Aquila Sharpless
    Published 3 years ago
    My Kid, Your Kids, and Smartphones

    My Kid, Your Kids, and Smartphones

    So I was having communication problems with my daughter. It seemed that for some reason she just couldn’t follow any of my simple and very reasonable commands. Whether it was cleaning up behind herself or reporting an issue involving her younger siblings, Haylee proved irresponsible and it finally made me wonder why.
  • Jules Fortman
    Published 3 years ago
    From Cinderella to Stepmom: The Myth of the Evil Stepmother

    From Cinderella to Stepmom: The Myth of the Evil Stepmother

    If you've ever cracked open a book filled with fairy tales, you've probably noticed a strange pattern emerging in a bunch of the stories.