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Christmas Survival Tips

Does it feel like Christmas is bearing down on you like a freight train? On top of the gift buying, party planning and house decorating,…

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Dining & dashing – why it’s okay…

It has been said that character is ‘who you are when no one is watching’; it’s those things that we do in private, not for…

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International Men’s Day

I’m not sure if I’m alone in this, but this year is the first time I’ve been aware of International Men’s Day (IMD). Unlike International…

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Screen Time, Digital Wellbeing & Priorities

New technology releases have a habit of introducing a bunch of new, ‘must have’ functions that are solutions to problems we never knew we had....

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We Condone What We’re Silent On

‘Boys will be boys’- we’ve all said it, but this little phrase can have two very different meanings. On the positive side, it can be...

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Great Fathers Make Time For Their Children

Time and Money are two of life’s scarce resources. How a person spends those limited resources provides an interesting window into their real priorities. I...

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Generational Thinking

Years ago our family spent some time in the Italian countryside. The narrow road winding up the hillside to our accommodation was lined both sides…

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The Influence of Role Models

As adults, most of us have caught ourselves doing or saying something that reminded us of our parents. ‘How did that happen?’ we ask ourselves....

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The necessary link between boredom and creativity

On a recent visit to the hardware store, our boys (11 & 13) grabbed a bunch of varying sized cardboard boxes for some creative projects...

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Interview in Eternity Magazine

Ben McEachen from Eternity Magazine interviewed me about my book More Like The Father a few weeks ago. They just shared the story on their…

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