Do’s and Don’ts of Posting Your Travel Experience on Social Media

Do’s and Don’ts of posting your travel experience on social media _________________________________________________________________________________ “Beep!” your phone lights up and you see 2 more people have liked your picture. With the new-age speedy scrollers, people are live all day and all night, literally. The cliched photos, the constant check-ins, the super-zoomed in pictures of your … [Read more...]

How to Change your Name

On this exclusive interview on Daddy Blogger TV, the founder of Full Name Change, Mike McCarthy, shares some of the steps involved with changing your name. Mike shares his back story as an entrepreneur and business owner. It was great to hear about some of Mike's business failures and successes as entrepreneurship definitely has plenty of peaks and valleys. We also talk about his favourite Travel … [Read more...]

3 Success Strategies for Dads in 2018

3 Success Strategies for Dads in 2018 Written by guest blogger Joel Gardner It is a new year - a time to create positive changes. In this blog post, I share how to improve your own success as a father (or mother). With my incredible wife, I have used these strategies to help our family grow, to perform as a professional, and even write a book on how to get the most important things done in … [Read more...]

5 Kickstarter Products that Make Travelling Easier

This is a guest post by Tim Chan, a cheerful pessimist who is always thinking. He is the principal and marketing strategist at Coracle Marketing. Tim and his wife, Olive, blog together at and live with their 2 daughters near Vancouver, Canada. Tim is excited to be part of the team launching the Veego Stand, a light, portable, attachable laptop stand, available on Kickstarter … [Read more...]

Building Memories with DIY Projects

This is a guest blog post from Jonathan Macy, founder of The Daddy's Life about how to build memories with your kids with Do-It-Yourself Projects. "Building Memories With DIY Projects" Any parent will attest that raising a child is expensive.  You can try to be a good shopper and search out deals and not spend excessively, but that only helps to a point.  Not buying your child every new toy, … [Read more...]

First Time Camping with your Kids

Ken Carfagno • Along his journey from artist to engineer to entrepreneur, Ken Carfagno became a dad. And like many new dads, his kids inspired a long-forgotten gift–Ken could make up stories and draw his kids into them. This sparked a dream that lead to Dadnamics, the infusion of creativity, adventure, and silliness into dad time. And hopefully, Dadnamics will spark a dream inside of you too, … [Read more...]

How Many Pictures Of Your Kids Is Too Many?

Chris Gorney is a dad one of one, living in the UK, who blogs about his experiences and shares what he's learned along the way about fatherhood at How many pictures of your kids is too many? The short answer is that you can’t have too many photos of your kids, for the most part anyway. You can post too many photos to your Facebook profile and annoy your … [Read more...]

Reflections on Fatherhood

Chris Dissler is the father of two kids under the age of five, which presents itself with a great number of daily fodder for his writing, so he started a blog called Wine ’N Kids, where he drinks wine and talks about being a parent. A man of many hats at his office job during the day, at night he become a self-proclaimed Daddy Play-Gym and best friend to his kids. The only true wish he has is for … [Read more...]

How to Cope with Being an Unemployed Dad

This is a guest blog post by Aaron Steele, a 25 year old husband and father from Australia. A little while ago, Aaron lost my job and suddenly realized that he was overweight, broke, unemployed and had no real skills. Aaron decided that he was sick of the way his life was playing out and he wanted to make some serious and carefully planned changes. Aaron began The Lifestyle Overhaul as a means of … [Read more...]

Life Lessons from My Dad

This is a guest blog post by Dr. Julian Hosp - an author, entrepreneur, and leapfrog high performer. Julian was born in 1986 in Austria. In his teens he played professional basketball in Austria and then went on to become a professional kitesurfer for almost ten years. There he wrote his first book, “Kitesurfing Tricktionary”. He graduated from Innsbruck Medical University in 2011, but later he … [Read more...]

Stories of a Dad

This is a guest blog post by Adam Hickmott, founder of the Stories of a Dad website. Make sure you check out Adam's website for more great blog posts like this one! This is a story about the toughest time in our lives, Chelsea,  I, and our family had to try to over come a monumental mountain, as you will read as the story goes on the human body no matter how small is an incredible thing. If … [Read more...]