The 100 Day Fatherhood Challenge

The 100 Day Fatherhood Challenge

In a bid to become better fathers, and in turn, better partners and better humans in general, a small group of us have created the 100 Day Fatherhood Challenge, which we’ll be administering through a Facebook Group. Here’s the gist of it: We’re spending the next 100 days becoming better fathers, by taking one baby… Read more

The world needs you to be a kickass dad

The world needs you to be a kickass dad

In order to create a better world, we need more kickass dads. Dads who connect and engage and teach their children. Dads who set an example of integrity and honesty and authenticity. Dads who are committed to their ideals and morals and purpose. You may ask yourself, “Why me? Why are you picking on dads?… Read more

How to Get Clean Energy at Home For Free

How to Get Clean Energy at Home For Free

The electricity bills we pay each month primarily go towards supporting America’s many dirty, smelly fossil fuels. Renewable alternatives are few and far between among these utilities, and when they do exist, they’re far from affordable. The good news is that B Corporations like Arcadia Power are now giving us the choice to support cleaner,… Read more

Natural Foods for Less: Bulk Up at a Co-op

Natural Foods for Less: Bulk Up at a Co-op

Join a Co-op and Bulk Up for Cheap! Grocery prices got you down? Organic foods seem out of your budget? Join a co-op and buy your natural foods in bulk. Order ahead and get what you’d need for a month. You’ll always have the staples at hand, and you’ll save some cash at the same… Read more

Woodworking Projects for Kids: Free Online Resources

Woodworking Projects for Kids: Free Online Resources

Woodworking projects for kids: woodworking with your children teaches basic skills for planning, measuring, and the use of basic carpentry tools. Kids love to make things. My daughter is always asking me “Papa, what can we make? Let’s do a project together.” And woodworking is our usual mode for making things. Messing about with wood… Read more

6 Financial concepts to teach your kids

6 Financial concepts to teach your kids

Money is a tricky topic to talk about with kids – it’s a subject that becomes central to our lives, even if we’d rather concentrate on other things. Helping your children to become resourceful and self-sufficient is a great way to take the emphasis off the importance of money, yet they need to have a… Read more

Vika+ folding e-bike delivers on both form and function

Vika+ folding e-bike delivers on both form and function

The Blix Bike Vika+ e-bike is a well-designed electric assist bicycle that can fold down into a small footprint for transport and storage. Over the last few years, the electric bike scene has gone from being a fringe element to serious contender, and the combination of both technological advancements and consumer interest has been responsible… Read more

Teaching Children Patience With Gardening

Teaching Children Patience With Gardening

Teaching the young ones (or even the older ones) the important virtue of patience is difficult, but it does not have to be done in such a challenging manner after all. Gardening can help you reduce the “are we there yet?” or “can we have dessert yet?” sort of questions that we all get asked… Read more

Men’s Health: How To Ward Off the Top 6 Health Issues

Men’s Health: How To Ward Off the Top 6 Health Issues

From heart disease to suicide, the top causes of death claim more men than women every year—and women now live an average of five to ten years longer. Why the disproportion, guys? One reason could be because men are 33 percent less likely than women to visit the doctor, according to a recent U.S. Centers… Read more

The Cost of Having a Child in 2016

The Cost of Having a Child in 2016

Having a child isn’t just hard work, it is expensive, especially on the surface if you are looking at what you will be paying for basic needs such as food and clothing. When you are calculating the costs of having a child, you go much deeper than this. You need to consider what it is… Read more

EpiPencil: The $30 DIY version of the EpiPen ($600)

EpiPencil: The $30 DIY version of the EpiPen ($600)

Feeling the pinch of the recent EpiPen price hike? Here’s one possible solution. Chances are, we all probably know at least one person who has potentially life-threatening allergic reactions to experiences that the rest of us just shrug off, such as a bee sting, and although there is a fairly simple remedy for many of… Read more

DIY: Complying with Legislation

DIY: Complying with Legislation

If you consider yourself a keen handyman or woman, the chances are you will have a go at any decorating or construction task. It is great to be enthusiastic and take care of decorating your home and making repairs. Doing things yourself is fun, it keeps you active, helps to maintain good mental health, and… Read more

The Best Tips For Taking A Long Road Trip With The Family

The Best Tips For Taking A Long Road Trip With The Family

Road trips can be a wonderful time to bond with family while seeing sights you don’t ordinarily see, but being stuck in the car with several people for hours at a time can pull at the patience of even the most cool and collected traveler. When kids are involved, there’s an added element of stress,… Read more