Steve Spring helps you rebalance your life when you’re going off the deep end.
We crave connection with our children but often screw it up. Intentional parenting expert Mike Berry has some tips to help you bridge the gap.
Life is a constant readjustment. It’s whether you readjust consciously that makes all the difference.
A dad decides to get going from his long-time employer, gets going with class and some self-discovery, and now continues the self-discovery before landing (hopefully) his new career.
In order to create our extraordinary life it is necessary for men to transform their mindset. We must understand why achieving the ideal work-life balance alludes us.
Joe Marraccino is facing George Bailey/Wonderful Life crossroads. In his case, he really does not want his kids to live life as if he had never been born. He is addressing it, instead, this way.
if we were to change the workplace policy environment, we would likely see changes in people’s preferences for balancing their work and family life.
Vincent O’Keefe wonders why the “having it all” conversations seem to all be about moms and work. After all, dads are pulled in both directions, too.
Successful entrepreneurs, advocates for the environment — living “like footloose gypsies” and raising their daughter to be a “citizen of the world.”
Jim Mondry discusses how letting go of his expectations of productivity has allowed him to experience joy in parenting and work again.
As we reach the end of the year we start thinking about how we want next year to be better. Peter Diamond suggests we work to first BE better.
Finding a job that allowed him to have balance in his life took 40 years, nine failures, and a lot of realizations. Here’s James Halcomb’s “Workplace Survival Guide.”
Casey Palmer believes fatherhood isn’t for every man, but it’s not as frightening as we think it is.
“Who would have thought that the key to escaping the man-box is to give unconditionally? “
Writer Andrew S. Delfino writes an affectionate parody of the popular Harper’s Magazine Index. — Harper’s Index for Parents Average weight of a full-term American baby at birth: 7 pounds, 7.5 ounces Average weight of[Read More…]
Erin Kelly reflects on the day her freedom was taken away due to a recent flood in her hometown.
How are we all really “connected” as they say? An only child, Jeremy McKeen contemplates the power of close friendship and writes a passionate plea regarding the idea of family. — To my dear brother, my[Read More…]
David Packman takes a look at the flurry of words following the “Fight of the Century.”
The fast-food chain’s surprise decision to lift its workers’ wages stems from a mix of morality, economics and politics.
Appearance, a great career and a charming personality are great. But they’re nothing when compared to the right attitude.
You’ve gotta love The King of Random—Grant Thompson.
The landscape of the night is something that is so sadly absent from our modern world.
We’re looking for a few good photographs …
What will our new generation of wired-in babies bring?
In anticipation for “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” three joyfully-geeky dads discuss how they’re sharing The Avengers with their kids…