Month: January 2018

Dad and son


Fatherhood is a blessing. Being a dad is a gift. It comes with its rewards.


Our lives change when we become parents. Our kids lives become our motivation to get things done. Kids learn from us, just as we learn from them.


But that doesn’t mean fatherhood doesn’t come with its annoyances. With its disgusts.


Here’s a list of things you only know if you’re a dad.


7 Things You Only Know If You’re a Dad


1 – You don’t sleep as much as you want. – And you don’t get laid as much as you want. Kids run on their own time. Whether you like it or not. You can tell the kid to go to sleep, but if he doesn’t want to, he’s not going to. And there’s not much, besides fixing their sleeping habits, that you can do about it.


So get used to adjusting your sleep schedule to their sleep schedule. And get used to adjusting your sex life to their sleep schedule.


The best thing for this, Coffee. Coffee is your best friend.


2 – You can’t get mad. – Kids are like little drunks. You have to understand that. When he spills something, drops something, breaks something, you can’t really get mad. You have to come to that realization.


Your kids will see that, and they will forgive your mistakes.


3 – Your kids see your relationship with their mother. – Kids know! If you mistreat their mother, they know. If you divorce their mother, they know.


If you treat her like a queen, they know.


So don’t think your kid is too young or no one is watching. Kids always know what’s going on.


4 – You’re not as sensitive as you thought. – You’ll catch vomit with your bare hands and you wont even bat an eye. It came from your baby and you’ll do anything for them. You won’t even realize it.


5 – You’ll watch Toy Story multiple times. – All day if you must.


Things that were important before? Watching UFC all the time, football all the time, playing video games, everything. It will seem like a waste compared to the time you have with your kids.


6 – When your kid makes a mistake, one of you will always be the bad guy. – Try to be the good guy.


When potty training my son, his mother would always get mad when he had an ‘accident’. I would always try to be the ‘understanding’ one. I tried to stay calm. (See #2 above). I would say “He’s barely learning.” Kids notice.


My son loves me more. I know it’s not a competition.


Last but not least..


Big Daddy
Big Daddy


7 – Don’t tell your kid what to do. – Show them! This is the best way to get them to learn anything. Don’t just tell them, Show them!


If you don’t have kids, be ready.


Let me know in the comments if you agree or disagree. Or things I missed.



See you next time



Quiet Vacaition


How often do you take a vacation to get away from the stresses of life or your job?


What if I told you that you could take a vacation everyday. Even several times a day.


Lets say you’re having a stressful day. Things are getting heavy, and it’s getting to be too much in your head.


Let me show you how to take a quiet vacation in 5 minutes or less


How to take a quiet vacation. Step by Step



Remove all distractions.


Turn off your phone.


Close your computer.


Be alone.


Keep a picture, of a vacation you have taken when you were happy, or a dream vacation spot. Put it somewhere you will go when your day is getting heavy. The visor of you car, a frame on your computer desk, a notebook, anywhere you will visit it often and it is visible.


Close your eyes.


Just Go There.


Imagine the sights.


See the sights.


Feel the sights.


Hear the sounds.


Smell the smells.


Feel how you would feel being there. (Or how you felt when you were there)


BREATH (The most important part)


Breathing deep stretches your muscles and helps you relax.


In this moment, don’t think about anything but where you are on your vacation.


Be there.


Be in the moment.


See… Smell… Hear… FEEL..


Take a deep breath.


Breathe In.


Breath Out.


Open Your Eyes.



Until Next Time





You never know if the relationship you’re in might be the one.


If you’re single and are looking for the one, sometimes you think it’s love at first sight. Then sometimes that ‘love at first sight’ turns into you broke up because she couldn’t, or you didn’t.


Sometimes it’s all in your head.


So when looking for the one check for these myths and don’t let them get in between you and true happiness.


These are just some things I learned throughout life



3 Myths About Relationships and the Harsh Realities


Myth #1 – Love takes your breath away


We’ve all see countless movies and read countless books that make us want to believe this. To believe in love at first sight. Or that our hearts would drop when we see the woman of our dreams walk across the room for the first time. But C’mon! We’re men! This happens to high school kids, college kids. It doesn’t happen to men.


Remember Romeo and Juliet? How old was Romeo? All these love at first sight movies, how old were the people in them? That’s not to say that instant love doesn’t happen, but don’t wait for it. Don’t go looking for it. There’s no guarantee.


Most women you meet are not going to take your breath away in an instant. Most women that you have a relationship with and eventually come to love, are going to inspire you with time. That whole love at first sight myth, falling head over heels, things like that, that’s for kids. We’re Men! And we want Women. Not girls.


Myth #2 – You need to have things in common


This could not be more untrue. There’s a reason why the saying opposites attract is more true than anything else. The best thing about being with someone is that you can experience the world through their eyes. And if you dont understand their world, you can ask them. Sure they might not be your “type”, but you can learn things that maybe you didnt know before.


That’s what a relationship is.


It doesn’t have to be all opposite. Sure you want to have the same values. Maybe both agree on starting a family. Maybe both agree on career paths. Agree on finances. Things like that. But as far as likes and dislikes, they don’t always have to be the same.



Myth #3 She wants it all


A man just automatically thinks that a woman wants him to take care of her. This should be true. Back in the old days, a woman stayed home and took care of the kids and took care of the home. She was the homemaker. She made sure everything was neatly organized, the kids well taken care of, and the man would go out and earn the living. Provide.


These days, it can be done. And it should be. But it’s a bit more complicated. We all want to be men of power. We should be. We have to take care of our women. We have to take care of our kids. We have to take care of our responsibilities. It’s our duty to keep our relationship alive and healthy.


But sometimes it gets hard. There’s nothing wrong with a woman that works. ONLY while you make it.


Once you make it, it is your responsibility and your duty to take care of them. If a woman is going to take care of you, keep your home clean, keep you fed, keep your kids fed and healthy, then it is your responsibility to take care of them.


If your woman loves you, when you’re having trouble, she will be there for you. But when you make it, you make damn sure you give them what they want.


You make damn sure you keep them happy.


If she’s with you when there’s trouble, then it is your duty to keep her smiling. It’s time to man up.


Be a man and take care of business.


Until next time.