I’ve been at this parenting game for a while now. Not as long as my wise sage of a dear pal, Jim Higley, mind you, but long enough to have accumulated quite a bit of dirt beneath my parental fingernails, which have been painted numerous times and in a variety […]
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The week of July 7th, it turns out, is when the big red button was pushed. Somewhere, maybe in a boardroom, or in a committee pre-meeting about the actual meeting but before the follow-up meeting to discuss what was discussed during that very same meeting, or possibly in a sterile, […]
Today isn’t a great day for women in the United States. The Hobby Lobby and the Supreme Court proved once again that corporations and big business and (some) religions are valued more than a woman, her rights, her body, and her life. To counteract that heaping pile of anti-feminine shit […]
There are many parallels between the FIFA World Cup and parenting life. Here are 8 ways the World Cup and parenting are exactly alike. Yes, diving is involved. 1) BORING BUT BEAUTIFUL There is a lot of what outsiders would deem mundane activity, boring stuff, but what good parents and […]
In a groundbreaking new partnership with Arizona State University, Starbucks will soon begin to offer every single employee working at least 20 hours a week a free online college education. The Starbucks free college education benefit is available the moment an employee is hired and is designed to help their […]
A man, upon becoming a dad, should, if he possess a glimmer of inherent paternal wisdom and/or any capacity for human emotion at all, will soon, if not immediately, embrace everything about fatherhood, parenthood and childhood; every giggle, smile, tear, water gun soaking, muddy-kneed pair of sweatpants, oft-missing sparkly headband, […]