Watching the peaceful transition of power in our nation’s capital is the best course to take after this month's tragedy in Washington D.C. The riots earlier this month represent a somber and disheartening moment in our nation’s history, one we will remember in the years to come. Regardless of your political point of view, we... Continue Reading →
We're on the precipice of a cold and dark winter; the pandemic's darkest hours are around the corner. It’s up to us to face it head-on, make a plan, and come out on the other end stronger. Pick that chin up and enough of the G@d damn melancholy! It’s time to set our sights on... Continue Reading →
A Father’s lengthy job hunt dovetailed into the Springtime-Covid quarantine. The result - habits and concerns that do not equate to normal behavior. At a certain point, after you job hunt for ten months and then spend the next eight working from home, you are hit with a moment of clarity. You are not the... Continue Reading →
Some suggestions for weekend-warrior dads... who want to play like they did in the old days but have a challenge balancing work, life, and kids.
Sharing a special memory on the eve of Rosh Hashanah, in respect to the Jewish faith - an event in college that broadened my view of the world. Our nation's diversity represents our greatest strength.
The Editors at Familius Publishing have kicked off the editing process on The Father Apprentice. By early November, the work will be ready for the final layout!
After one episode in the series, The Last Dance, I had a visceral response when Michael Jordan broke down after having won the championship… yet his father was not there to celebrate with him.
The 'Victory over Covid' garden continues to grow, with some surprising results. An update from a nube gardner.
Families who travel during the Summer months will put others at risk for Covid infections when their kids return to school. A suggestion for parents to reduce the risk.
The best gift to give your husband or dad is one that does not suck. Here are some great ideas oriented around what I call 'Boomerang' gifts.
Parents face the unenviable task of deciding if and when their kids can enjoy playdates for the first time in months. This unofficial guide provides a criteria for parents to consider.
Parents are learning firsthand the value teachers play in the lives of our children—let’s reward them with an entire year to celebrate their role in our communities, and give every single one of them a raise.
A year from now, the things in life we used to prioritize will feel trivial compared to what lies ahead. This represents the only upside to the pandemic, so let’s not waste it.
Kids are biking; strollers seem to be everywhere; parents and college kids are outside and enjoying the warmer weather. Let’s use this shared experience as a springboard to liberate kids (after Convid-19) so they can enjoy their neighborhoods without fear.