Everyday

“Finding Free Time”

“Do you want to go outside and play catch? My daughter cheerfully asked me. “Not right now, I have some work I need to get done.” How familiar of a scenario this is. Sometimes it seems like there is always more important

Everyday

“Whatever it takes”

I’ve been a dishwasher, a grocery bagger, a video store clerk, a ticket taker, a landscaper, a telemarketer, a pizza maker, worked at a comic store, helped run a record shop, worked a concession stand, worked a smoke shop, washed more dishes,

Aaron Dalbec has been a major player in the punk/hardcore scene for quite some time. An integral part of, what I would consider one of the most important bands of my era, BANE, and also founding member of the hard hitting super

Children are not born racist, they are taught it. Kids hate going to school on the Monday after a long weekend. Kids hate having to finish their vegetables before they get a scoop of ice cream. Kids are not born hating each

Hi guys! My name is Greg Walsh, and I run a gym called Wolf Brigade in Rochester, NY. Today we’ll share some important details of common strength & conditioning movements and make some suggestions that will allow you to incorporate them into

“Dad, what you said offended me!” My eight year old said as I scolded her for a minor offense. “You have the right to be offended, but it doesn’t get you off the hook, you’re still going to your room.” This exchange

Mike Park is a Rad Dad in every sense of the word. Known for his additions to amazing ska-punk bands like Skankin’ Pickle, The Chinkees, and The Bruce Lee Band, and founder of the infamous “Asian Man Records”, it’s amazing he even

Everyday

“Your Legacy, Your Story”

Your family, your tribe, your self, no one is responsible for the standards you set in your life other than yourself. You write the law for your family. You write the code. You set the tone. One thing I have learned is

Belief is a powerful thing. When it comes to the mind of a child, belief can be everything. With eager eyes, they look to us to set expectations and yearn to live up to them. Children gain a great deal of satisfaction

I was having a conversation over coffee with my friend the other night about having children. We were talking about how our perspective before having kids drastically changed after actually becoming parents. We both admitted to saying things like “when I have

Never underestimate the role you play in your child’s life. Your legacy exists not in the hours you put in at work, but in the memory of your children. We are the teachers that our children admire the most, and our lessons

I see you out there, New Years resolution dads! I see your fitness goals for 2016. Listen to me, SMASH THOSE GOALS! There is no goal you can’t reach. This is the thought for 2016 that I’d like to become your mantra

I recently got an email asking me how I knew how to be a good father, without having a father in my own life. Great question. I knew exactly what a father needed to be by thinking back to every little thing

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“The poetry of parenting”

All of our minds are made up of little moments, good and bad, that form our memories. These memories, the deposits we place into our children’s mind is our legacy. We have a unique opportunity to not only help write the story

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“Wolves not Sheep”

Being a parent is the only job where even people with zero experience want to offer you opinions as if they have any clue. Ignore the advice of the masses, if you try your best and follow your heart, there are no