Sometimes our wishes come true; other times things simply do not go as we would like them to. Who didn't fail at least once in his life? These are not tragedies, they are hardships. You keep on trying your best until you succeed.
One of the upsides to being a golfer--or a golfing dad this time of year--is that the pursuit comes with a lot of stuff. This creates a wide-open field of possibilities for finding the perfect gift, no matter the recipient's (or your own) skill level.
Oyster's here to save Father's Day. Because you were going to get your dad socks, or a tie, or razor blades. You were! You were. In honor of every ki...
High school graduation etiquette involves several steps, for both future graduates and their friends and family.
If you have a single dad, do not surprise him by creating an online dating profile for him. This is a big no no. I know it's progressive and he may even appreciate it but ... becoming your dad's pimp? That's just creepy.
Sometimes I'm bumbling through airport security with three daughters, diapers and pacifiers flying in all directions; sometimes I'm flying luxuriously solo, rocking my wireless office. Both of these types of Dad-travel require different levels of preparedness and equipment.
I'll admit it; I suffer from this disease, which I just coined. It's an affliction that has netted me numerous eye rolls and shouts of, "Come on, we're two holes behind," from my playing partners as they watch me hunched over a fairway lake's edge with my extendable pole/plastic scoop thingy.
It's amazing how these little creatures, the cavefish and the seahorse, can teach us such a powerful lesson. It is important to forget what you lack and find a way for you to use what you have.
Well, it's that time of year again, folks -- the time of year when parents grapple with what to get their children's teachers in appreciation for their year-long service.
Sometimes showing up to an occasion with a ubiquitous bottle of nonvintage Veuve Cliquot Champagne just isn't enough. But giving a well-conceived wine...
Father's Day is the toughest gift-giving day of the year, after Give-Your-Girlfriend-Jewelry-She-Won't-Hate Day. Dad is set in his ways, he's already got all the Bluetooth-enabled gear he's ever going to fumble through, and sending flowers is something you should do but never will.
Give the gift of connection this Father's Day with stylish, cutting-edge tech gifts to compliment quality time with Dad. Here are 7 Dad 2.0 gift picks for 2014.
It will be a nice Father's Day gift to hear the words, "Dad, I got my own car insurance."
It's that time of year again, when we congratulate our favorite college and post-degree graduates and cheerfully send them off into the working world!...
Not too long ago, I wrote about 5 Sites to Help You Get Your Guy and showed you a few sites that get into the minds of men. We all know that men are n...
Want to be a hero? Scoop up one of these toys and surprise your little ones with it after the show!