The NBA finds itself at a crossroads heading into this upcoming season. How will all the decidedly unwanted “tricks” play out with the average fan? It does not appear viagra cheap positive that the most talked about story lines leading […]
Common Sense Health: Keeping Your Head in the MRSA Epidemic
If you haven’t heard of MRSA (pronounced “mersa”), you’ve probably been living under a rock lately—or just watching more NFL Network than CNN. To bring you up to speed, MRSA is a form of staph infection that recently has been […]
Getting A Good Home Workout
Editor’s Note: We hope this article is a useful reminder that a quick workout before the kids wake up in the morning is just as valuable as hitting the fancy equipment at your local gym.
There is something intrinsically fatherly, for me, about splitting wood. I’m talking about grabbing an ax, a sledge hammer, a steel wedge and whacking away at a cut section of log! (Can you feel the testosterone?). I learned to split […]
How Is Your Job Impacting Your Fathering?
A recent survey by CareerBuilder confirms the challenge among working dads to navigate the demands of work and family life. According to the survey, 38% of working dads, if given the choice, would take a pay cut to spend more […]
Fashion Advice: Best Value for a Rising Professional
Editor’s note: The Father Life is pleased to welcome Jeff Collins of MyHaberdasher.com as a regular fashion contributor. Whether at home, at work, or at play, we all want to look our best. Jeff has the know-how to answer those […]
How Do You Become a Fathering Expert?: Interview with Jeremy Schneider
In the world of published media, you find few regular columns devoted to the subject of fathers. Among those few, an even scarcer thing is the columnist who regularly takes time to share his own experiences as a father. That […]
The New Parenting Media: Interview with Babble.com’s Editor-In-Chief, Ada Calhoun
Editor’s note: The driving force behind the founding of The Father Life was the lack of media available for today’s dads. But it isn’t just dads that have been left out; much of what is available as media for both […]
Review: The Brave One
Admittedly my knowledge of British filmmaker Neil Jordan is lacking; I’m more familiar with his older works such as Mona Lisa, his gritty London underworld film from 1986. What he is probably best known for is his academy awarding winning […]