Myth Busting the Flu Vaccine

Last year, I caught a really bad cold in the winter. I was achy, stuffy, feverish, you name it. I worked from home a few times and even took a day or two off. Did my wife sympathize? Sure, for about a day. Then she rolled her eyes and continued repeating that men are basically […]

Things That Make This Dad Smile

Being a dad is one of the best things I’ve experienced in my life. And that’s coming from a guy who won his Little League Championship in his final year (Go, Twins!), once had dinner with Mark “Luke Skywalker’ Hamill in beautiful San Diego, and came in 3rd place in a work-sponsored sushi-eating contest. Yeah, […]

Childproofing the House Isn’t As Hard As You Think

This post was submitted and made in collaboration with Dorel. Whether or not you have’ve a baby before, expecting a child is always a thrilling experience. From the moment the mum shows signs of pregnancy to finally seeing results of your first ultrasound, you’ll be sure to experience great happiness over the wonderful news. However, […]

Meet Poncho, My Personal Allergy and Weather Service

I have a love hate relationship with the summer. When it’s gorgeous out, not too hot, I love heading outside. Taking a walk around the neighborhood or a bike ride just does wonders for your head. Except when it’s Allergy Season, that is. Yeah, the summer love comes in the Great Outdoors, but the hate has everything to […]

One Flu Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

Sorry I haven’t been very vocal lately but last week I got hit by a truck. I mean, I got hit by the flu, which hit me like a truck. I could barely get out of bed on Thursday, and Friday was a bit better. I’ve been pretty much resting since, along with guzzling tea […]

I Took the Little Remedies #SayYes2Less Pledge

I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting (#MC) for Little Remedies. I received a product sample to facilitate my review and a promotional item as a thank you for participating. As a writer, there were two things always ingrained into my head. The first one involves “show, don’t tell.” It basically […]