To the Heros, You guys! Y'all the real MVP's. I know I like to use comedy to make reading a little more engaging, but on a serious note; just want to thank each and everyone of you for supporting the blog. Seriously, thank you. We're connecting Dadly dads and providing a forum for all of … Continue reading Big Thank You/Guest Authors
Hey all, Extremely excited to get this review out to you all. Street Parking is changing the fitness landscape in regards to the fitness community and what we can do at home. No longer are people plagued with lame, corny home workout videos that are 1.) not motivating and 2.) just flat-out not sustainable. My … Continue reading Street Parking Review: A Dadly Review
Men of Dadliness, I made a post subtitled, "Genotype and Phenotype of Health: Changing the World." Little did I know I was onto something... What I'm about to tell you floored the shit out of me. I think it will give you all some food for thought as well. Bare with me as I push … Continue reading Perfecting The Art of Dadliness: When Does the Journey Start? The Answer Will Surprise You!
SUPER EXCITED to announce that the Street Parking team has personally given me the "go-ahead" to write a review for their business! According to the Street Parking web page: "You CAN become fit and maintain a high level of fitness with minimal equipment and on a tight schedule. Will it be “easy”? Not at all. … Continue reading Coming Soon – STREET PARKING REVIEW
Genotype and Phenotype of Health: Changing the World Don’t worry. I’m not attempting to lull you into a brain splitting discussion on human genetics. The last thing you want to hear from me is a lecture describing how fucking James Watson discovered the structure of DNA. That would just be a tangential, fractionated, convoluted hell … Continue reading The Hell with X-Ray Vision.
There is ALWAYS someone in your corner...you may not even know them yet; they may even be a stranger. For those of you that didn't already know, I'm a nurse. Well, I'm a murse. A man nurse. A real-life Gaylord Focker that truly enjoys his day-to-day work. I remember when I told my dad that … Continue reading Let’s get (inter)Personal