Single dad Scott Biggs loves the holidays. This year he is making the best of them with time with his kids, and time for himself
Sometimes,, reflecting on your past from someone else’s perspective is so much more insightful.
The New York Times’s Florence Fabricant gives etiquette advice for entertaining on Thanksgiving.
The secret to a less stressful holiday season is recognizing that you have choices.
It’s never as bad as it seems. So sit back, learn to laugh, and enjoy yourself!
“Gimme Dat Candy, Dad!” This week’s episode of #AskADad is all about Halloween! We took your questions from Twitter, Facebook, and a little toddler video and gave you answers!
It’s officially November and now begins the obstacle course of holidays, parties, family, shopping, too much alcohol and way too much food! Our health always seems to take a back seat during the “giving” season. This year, it’s time to give to yourself before you start giving to others. Here are the 3 steps to keep your mind and body in tip top shape even when the masses are practicing their gluttonous ways.
10 tips to stay authentic and thrive in your relationships, during the holidays and all year ’round.
When you’re divorced with kids, holiday celebrations can be hellish. Karen Covy suggests getting a head start on deciding who will have the kids when.
Divorce is tough on kids. Beth Cone Kramer offers 11 ways to help keep your kids emotionally healthy.
This is barely even a holiday. What is there to hate?
Through Facebook, a single Dad gets some handy ideas for what he should receive on the upcoming Holiday.
We plan. We do. We plan. We do. Now, Mike Iamele is taking some time to watch, and suggests we do the same.