You Make X, Save Y: When You’re a Dad, ‘Y’ Matters More Than Ever

This a story about a family that represented tightwads back in the day. They referred to this treasured tradition as being, ‘frugal,’ but when you’re a teenage kid, you define it as ‘cheap.’ The best expression I ever heard that referenced frugality was, ‘alligator arms.’ I.e. one’s arms are too short to reach into one’s... Continue Reading →

Teaching Self Defense: A Lesson for Dads Everywhere

My son was threatened at school, and like any parent and I wanted to ensure my son would be able to defend himself if things got ugly. This resulted in an extremely humbling lesson for… the parent himself. Bullies suck I knew this day would arrive sooner than later and it brought back memories of... Continue Reading →

Bourbon-Pepper Pan Sauce and NY Strips: A Vegetarian Nightmare

It was on a cold and snowy Sunday when I made one of my first proper pan sauces. Thankfully, it did not suck. Frankly, that’s all I aim for as an amateur chef, and the cooking Gods will smack me down if I associate the word ‘chef’ with my name ever again. This dish turned... Continue Reading →

The Father Apprentice, Featured on The Good Men Project

I'm pleased to share an article featured on The Good Men Project. It is titled, 'When a Father's Legacy is Built from Scratch.' If you like what you read, kindly share it with others. This organization is dedicated to parenting and espousing the benefits of strong father figures. Click here to read the story: https://goodmenproject.com/featured-content/when-a-fathers-legacy-is-built-from-scratch-kpkn/

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