Can one day honouring a parent be more important than another? Yes it can.
Monthly Archives: August 2017
In the second of our three-part ‘Mums on Dads’ series ahead of Father’s Day, British mum-blogger Hayley Yates (a.k.a. Law of Mum) writes that praising modern dads can be a tough – but necessary – balancing act.
Wake. Commute. Work. Commute. Parent. Bed. Repeat. Sydney blogger James Smith guides us through a typical day in his life as a working dad.
Ahead of Father’s Day in Australia, Emma Boyd pays tribute to her dearly missed dad.
Andy Murphy, a.k.a. The Secure Dad, offers some simple but sage home-security tips… none of which involve sharks with frickin’ laser beams.
Parents routinely crave time away from the kids, but when the opportunity presents it’s all too often drowned out by guilt, writes Daniel Lewis.
While PwC employee Jack Bell’s recent article showed parental leave for dads is improving in Australia, Jeff Wood explains there’s much to be done in his native Canada.
With the days of drink, dope and durries well behind him, our correspondent finds modern coffee really gets him going.
Hamish Blake – radio star, TV guy, actor, funny man, husband, dad and all-round good guy – talks dad jokes, metal and the death of free time.
While his wife’s death transported Californian dad-of-four Dave Manoucheri, DeLorean-style, to a time when he was single and void of responsibility, it helped him become the best dad he could be in the present.