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 before I could. We all… Continue reading Do Less Better.
“Happy Father’s Day to the single mothers out there doing both jobs.” No. Oh, I get it. And I agree that we should celebrate single Moms for everything they do to raise their kids—it ain’t easy; I have a hard enough time with two of us in the house. But let’s not diminish the efforts of… Continue reading Why Father’s Day Isn’t Mother’s Day II
Several weeks, a few dozen photos and four thousand words later, we’ve finally made it—the Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad 2017 wrap-up, filled with stories aplenty of 365 days spent in my not-so-orthodox life. After wrapping the year up on a quiet note (because two sick children under five will do that to you), I still… Continue reading The 2017 100 Wrap-Up: 31 Successes.
War isn’t something I’m familiar with. I have a veteran cousin and friends who’ve served, but all I know about service comes from the media. From whatever I hear on the radio. I can’t even begin to appreciate combat and the issues that come with it! But sadly… far too many can. We have over… Continue reading Scotiabank True Patriot Love Symposium
Let me tell you a little bit about Sherkston Shores. As a family influencer, the issue I have with a number of my pitches is that they require time away from my family! It sounds nice in theory to explore different cities and celebrate in festivals across the globe, but taking care of two boys under four as… Continue reading Sherkston Shores, Port Colborne