Excited to announce the first speaking/signing event surounding the release of my book, Rookie Father.
Make every single one of them count. The most ironic thing I’ve witnessed this summer is observing how busy everyone has become over the past six months. The pandemic, which had a chokehold on humanity last summer, has been tamed from the help of vaccines. To make an analogy between then and now, it seems... Continue Reading →
Rookie Father receives its first official endorsement from Lisa Sugarman, author of How to Raise Perfectly Imperfect Kids, and nationally-syndicated columnis
The publisher has made Rookie Father available for pre-orders across a number of respected online retailers. It brings me great pleasure to announce that Rookie Father, slated for release in January of 2022, is available for pre-order via the online retailers further below. In future posts we will share the endorsements Rookie Father has received... Continue Reading →
Nearly one-fourth of U.S. children are raised in single-parent homes, but if men commit themselves to be involved fathers, our world will be better for it. Their success stems from guts, taking huge risks, and committing themselves to their businesses in good times and bad. I tip my hat to Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos... Continue Reading →
A year and a half after starting my blog, I reflect on the most popular stories and where it netted out - with a book deal.
Engaged and active dads, who are doing more compared to their own fathers, are worthy of our respect. Let's give props to the guys giving their kids a better family experience.
A 'Bueller Day' with your kids represent the perfect antidote to the pandemic. With life opening back up, here are some humble suggestions.
What you inherit 700 records from the 1950s, your jaw drops, but soon thereafter you rediscover the roots of rock and roll. And when your son loves them, it helps to connects one generation to another.
In a world beset by impatient adults waiting for vaccines, a dad takes another stab as a gardener, despite having a gardening IQ on par with the vegetables themselves.
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 →