StayAtHomeDadBlog Named to Feedspot’s “Top 40 Stay at Home Dad Blogs”

Stayathomedadblog.com has been named to Feedspot’s Top 40 Stay at Home Dad Blogs.  Blogs are ranked on:

  • Google reputation and Google search ranking
  • Influence and popularity on Facebook, twitter and other social media sites
  • Quality and consistency of posts.
  • Feedspot’s editorial team and expert review

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Millenial Dads Say Advertisers Just Don’t Get Them

That’s right, Millenials are now becoming parents, bringing parenthood to a new level.

As reported by Media Post Agency Daily, according to a study by Saatchi & Saatchi New York, three in four millennial dads are resentful that advertisers and marketers are out of touch with them and their contributions to family life. Continue reading

Raising Future Leaders: lessons from a Duke University sports psychologist

I had the fortune and opportunity this morning to sit in on a presentation about sports and leadership for parents of high school students, given by Greg Dale, sports psychologist for Duke University. What may be odd about this, as my blog readers know, is that I have a second grader, making him still five years removed from high school. My biggest take-away from the presentation – all of the rules of high school sports psychology and parenting very much still apply to lower school! Continue reading

Challenging Change In Education: Building Young Leaders

A few weeks ago, I wrote about the possibility of an online degree plus experience being more valuable than a traditional college degree by itself.

 Adapting to Our World: will an online degree plus experience and skills be greater than a traditional college degree?

 I’d like to take that one step further and touch on a second quality that employers are thirsting for in their new recruits…LEADERSHIP SKILLS. Continue reading

Men Catching Up to Women as Primary Grocery Shoppers: Retailers Take Notice

I’ve been a stay at home dad for 8 years now, and I have to say, the changes in regards to men sharing more household duties over those 8 years have been phenomenal. Now, according to a new study by market research firm NPD Group men are the primary grocery shoppers in 41 percent of U.S. households! Why is that important? Continue reading