Tag Archive: Stay-At-Home Dad

How Raising a Toddler is Not Unlike Living in Jurassic Park

There are so many things that I love about being the father of a toddler. Toddlers are wonderful. They are also scary. The “terrible twos” is not just the period when your child learns to throw tantrums and deflate into…
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5 Ways You Can Make Money as a Stay At Home Dad

My website analytics tell me that this is one of the most popular posts I’ve written to date. It’s pretty easy to understand why. The phenomenon of Stay at Home Dads is growing, but men still feel uncomfortable staying home…
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You Need To Get Out of the House. Right Now.

Anyone who’s stayed with children for an extended period of time knows that it can be, uh, boring. Repetitive songs, games, questions, injuries. It can get old after a while. Staring at the same four walls for hours on end…
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Writer/Dad Recipes for a Nutritional Intellectual Diet

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There is a growing problem in the writing world today. The ease of e-publishing, blogging, and internet distribution has led to a trade imbalance of sorts. People tend to write far more than they read. Know your craft and create…
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Stay-At-Home Writer/Dad Workout Plan [5 tips]


As previously noted, Stay-At-Home Writer/Dads are at particularly acute risk of contracting Saturday Malaise. Also noted, staying home with children can be frustrating. Working out is a good way of staving off frustration. Additionally noted, like it or not, your…
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Sleep Strategies for the Stay At Home Writer/Dad

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Sleep patterns vary widely according to age, development, and individual temperament. As such, any new parent quickly learns that what worked a few weeks ago, may not work today, leading to late nights and frustration. In spite of this, the…
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Parents: Develop a Schedule That Will Change Your Writing Life

Avoid Burnout by Sticking to A Schedule

Sticking to a daily schedule will benefit any writer. For Stay-At-Home Writer/Parents it’s a matter of life and death. Coming up with a routine that optimizes your child’s sleep cycles for maximum engagement and highest writing output is the goal….
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