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How Dads in Business Can be More Successful

Becoming more of a success in the business world is really important, and there are plenty of great ways of achieving this. As a dad in the world of work, there are plenty of steps you can take in order to be more successful, and this is something you need to try to make the …

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I need your input

I’m prepping season 5 of the podcast and I’m deciding on some formatting changes. While I’m finalizing these changes, I would really like to know how I can better help you. What do you want to hear about this season? Are there specific topics or guests you’d like to hear from? Please leave you thoughts …

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My son’s school is shutdown today and you’ll never guess why

Elliott got off to school without a hitch. Emmett is still sleeping because his school is closed because there’s not enough people to staff the building, as everyone is out with COVID. I have so many feelings about this. One of the more overwhelming feelings has to do with teachers not being vaccinated. I just …

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11 Ways To Get Your Kids Outdoors

Ask a parent or a grandparent what they did for fun when they were kids. Compare their answers to the ones you’d get from today’s kids. You will probably find that you get very different answers, with a lot more indoor activities, and definitely more screen time. A lot of children are growing up in …

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When are we going to learn?

It’s been a difficult couple of days for me and that’s okay. Life isn’t supposed to be easy, right? I’m really tired but having a terrible time falling asleep at night. There are things in my life that I’m worried about and again, that’s okay. I feel like despite some of these challenges, I’m still …

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The coolest thing happened today

As the title states, the coolest thing happened today. I’ve been talking about Gavin’s ever-growing level of independence, and today marked a big first for him. Gavin gets his IVIG Infusion supplies delivered every month. He organizes them into kits and even does the infusions on his own. I have almost zero involvement in the …

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