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What I Want This Father's Day — A Selfish Father's Day Gift Guide by Casey E. Palmer (Featured Image)

What I Want This Father’s Day — A Selfish Father’s Day Gift Guide by Casey E. Palmer

As a Dadfluencer who’s worked hard to tell a fatherhood story that stands on its own, Father’s Day is a time of year where a lot of people reach out to see what a Dad like me would like to see when I wake up Sunday morning. Now […]

Thanks, Bell, I'm Done: Why Shortchanging Your Customers with Inferior Service is NEVER the Way to Go. (Featured Image)

Thanks, Bell, I’m Done: Why Shortchanging Your Customers with Inferior Service is NEVER the Way to Go.

A system outage is one thing when you’re trying to binge a series or catch up on the latest episode. But when it makes you miss out on a moment in Canadian history because their infrastructure can’t keep up? That, my friends, as they say, is some bullshit. The @Raptors didn't make […]

How to win at Father’s Day the AIR MILES Way! (Featured Image)

How to win at Father’s Day the AIR MILES Way!

People often forget about Father’s Day. You know—that day between Mother’s Day and summer where we celebrate dads with their ceremonial dress shirts and ties. Well… not anymore. See—Father’s Day doesn’t have to fall short in the effort department. It doesn’t need to be so routine or predictable. […]

Children's Mental Health Week 2019 — Day 4 — Get a Check-Up from the Neck Up! (Featured Image)

Children’s Mental Health Week 2019 — Day 4 — Get a Check-Up from the Neck Up!

So for anyone who doesn’t know it already, I’m one of the eleven digital ambassadors for Children’s Mental Health Ontario, doing what we can to shed light on children’s mental health in our province and all the stories that come with it. I’ve been at it for a little […]

Children's Mental Health Week 2019 — Day 3 — Toronto Isn't Everything_ Mental Health Across the Province (Featured Image)

Children’s Mental Health Week 2019 — Day 3 — Toronto Isn’t Everything: Mental Health Across the Province

Children’s mental health’s about more than just the stats. The People Behind the Numbers — Canada’s Children’s Mental Health Stories While we do talk about mental health now more than ever, with many of us, the conversation goes as far as sharing a post once a year and calling it […]

Children's Mental Health Week 2019 — Day 2 — Let's Not Take Mental Health for Granted! (Featured Image)

Children’s Mental Health Week 2019 — Day 2 — Let’s Not Take Mental Health for Granted!

Trying to take on an issue as big as children’s mental health is can be daunting. It’s a problem uniquely affecting everyone who deals with it, which means there’s no one singular way to solve it. But better people than I have tried, and many of them still haven’t given up. […]

Children's Mental Health Week 2019 — Day 1 — Why Does Children's Mental Health MATTER? (Featured Image)

Children’s Mental Health Week 2019 — Day 1 — Why Does Children’s Mental Health MATTER?

Welcome to Children’s Mental Health Week 2019! I’ve partnered with Children’s Mental Health Ontario to spread the word not only about what they do but also why it’s so important that we’re all aware of issues surrounding children’s mental health! As a Dad with three- and five-year-old children, […]

The Life and Times of Casey Palmer — The State of the #BloggerLife, March 2019 — Consistently Inconsistent (Featured Image)

The Life and Times of Casey Palmer — The State of the #BloggerLife, March 2019 — Consistently Inconsistent

As I hustle to consolidate my ideas in one place, I can’t help but look back on the year so far and how much I’ve accomplished in the process. I’ve had plenty of opportunities to slow things down and take some time to let things simmer, but it […]

Destroy and Rebuild — or — How to Have Your Digital Cake and Eat it, TOO. (Featured Image)

Destroy and Rebuild — or — How to Have Your Digital Cake and Eat it, TOO.

I know many bloggers who make their reputation in a specific genre based more on their interaction with people via Twitter and at parties than by actually writing blog posts. A friend who doesn’t fit this scenario at all has a saying… ‘I’m not a blogger I just […]

The Life and Times of Casey Palmer — The State of the #BloggerLife, February 2019 — Do Less Better. (Featured Image)

The Life and Times of Casey Palmer — The State of the #BloggerLife, February 2019: Do Less Better.

One thing I’ve been particularly horrible at is learning to say “no”. The Long Road to Becoming a Better Blogger They say hindsight’s 20/20, and if my old report cards are an indication of anything, the people around me could see I was sowing the seeds to my destruction long […]

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