At some point today my bedroom, which now functions as an office, school, and meeting room, will be turned into a wild playground. While trying to write these words, my three school-aged children will pile in out of routine boredom, looking for something to do after making their daily rounds through the house. When this ruckus happens, as is inevitable after weeks stuck at … [Read more...] about Parenting in the Time of COVID: How the pandemic presents challenges and opportunities for Maui’s mothers
courtesy Facebook-wearelahaina During this time of school closures and social distancing, Lahaina resident Jen Mather is organizing "Lahaina Strong Keiki Kafe," a Facebook group where youth can engage in educational and critical thinking activities. To kick off the opening of the page, keiki are asked to answer the question, "What makes Lahaina Strong?" The Grand Prize … [Read more...] about Restless Keiki? Send them to the Lahaina Strong Keiki Kafe (online)!
Watch MauiTime Walk Story with Maui County candidate for State Rep. District 10 (West Maui, Ma‘alaea, North Kihei) Jen Mather and Editor Axel Beers on Market Street in Wailuku, Hawai‘i … [Read more...] about MauiTime Walk Story: 2018 Candidate for State Rep. District 10 Jen Mather
Maybe you’ve been in this position: You’re at work, and a co-worker gripes about a supervisor. Then the conversation takes an ugly turn: “I can’t believe they get paid $[fill in the blank] to boss us around...” It’s a risky bit of gossip, but it happens. Workplaces can be trying, and when it feels like stress isn’t distributed or rewarded equally, anxiety mutates into … [Read more...] about CEO to Worker Pay Discrepancies: A look at how the ultra-wealthy embrace income inequality