Jay Palter is looking for some earring advice. For his son.
Jay Palter is a social media consultant and strategist specializing in developing personal brands online. An avid blogger and web content curator, he maintains several blogs (including jaypalter.ca, homemadedad.caand Newish in Edmonton). As an active father and "primary parent" to 3 kids, Jay is committed to expanding the domestic roles and responsibilities of dads—starting with his own role in his own family. You can find him on Twitter at @jaypalter, Google+ and Pinterest.
Jay Palter takes his 9 year olds on a summer road trip the whole family will appreciate now and remember, always.
Do dads have intuition about sick kids, or do they use their knowledge, experience, and data analysis? Is there a difference?
Your authentic voice is just one of the keys to success in both social media and in parenting, says Jay Palter.
Jay Palter has searched for a title that describes his role in the family, and finally settled on one. For now.
A vehicle and an open road. A destination without a fixed itinerary. Why does this excite Jay Palter so?
Contrary to popular opinion, Jay Palter believes that watching television can sometimes be a great family activity.
Or is he made from wave magic?
There is a part of your mind that absolutely refuses to grow up.
This is just to show that everyone has a bad day on the job.
Put on a suit once in awhile, listen intently, open doors and don’t talk about your ex. Dawn Estenor doesn’t think it’s too much to ask of modern gentlemen.
Dear John tackles roommates with offensive hobbies, fifth wheels, and gifts for boyfriends when the girlfriend is on a budget.
We make it easy for you to get The Good Men Project. How easy? We put it somewhere you already go. Yes, maybe even there.
Larry Hagner of The Good Dad Project is training ninjas. Here’s why.
If the new year is looming with too many unknowns, Shannon Kolakowski can provide you with some direction.
Mark Sherman believes that if Chelsea Clinton has another baby, its gender could make a big difference for boys and men in America.
You thought getting through the holidays would mean feeling better. If you’re not, Lisa Arends offers some insight as to why.
In a conversation with his two-year old daughter, blogger Ian Colvin realized that he is about to say good bye to the “baby years” forever. He’s not sure he is ready.
Is Age a number, a state of mind, or what our bodies do? Jeremy Brunger considers “that awful specter”.
Wai Sallas draws inspiration to repair our damaged nation from his relationship with the hero of Unbroken, sports star and war hero, Louis Zamperini
Is anything inappropriate to wear to class anymore?
Meeghan Mousaw offers insight into how redshirting helps a child to grow socially and intellectually giving the child added confidence to assist with learning.
When you’re ready to take that next step with a woman, think carefully. What you say isn’t always what she hears.