Month: February 2018

When Revelation Stirs Inspiration

When you seek inspiration, one of the hardest things to do is determine of all the people, things, and events that inspire you, which is the most significant.

Daddies, Daughters and Guns: My Reality of Protection

Seeing my daughter holding a shotgun, I had to shift my thoughts from the societal narrative taking place around guns and urge myself to understand how she felt about what she was doing.

The Healing for the Flu is in Grandma’s Jar

The cold section in the pharmacy is a virtual maze of choice.  There are some 10 companies and each of them has 15 products for the same thing.

3 Major Challenges You’ll Face as a Single Parent and What to Do About Them

If you’re facing life as a single parent, there’s a good chance that something tough has put you in that position.

3 Reasons Millennial Fathers May Be Okay

by Ryan Crawley for Dadspadblog.com If you were not born roughly between 1980 to 2000, give or take a year, then you are not technically a millennial. […]

Your Life Isn’t Broken, Just Off Track

A few years ago I was headed to a book signing pulling a large roller bag behind me through the Washington DC streets.