3 Truths That Help Me Be A Kinder Father

The prehistoric days of Dad’s coming home from work to drink martinis and read the paper are gone. Long gone. I remember TV shows where the Dad barely looked up from his lounge chair as the children said good night. These mythological beings only spoke to scold or reprimand these small creatures who did nothing more than devour the family fortune. Well I got news for you.

These mythological beings are dead. Now is the dawn of a new day. The dawn of the “kind dad”. The false ideology of discipline and toughness has been completely disproven by little things like research and studies. There is zero evidence that yelling, beating or bullying a child creates a long term benefit to the adult version of that child. Truth is, kids are sort of like puppies. You can yell at them all you want but they dont actually understand what is happening.

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Get Your Hands Dirty: How to Start a Family Garden

Starting a family garden can be a fun and rewarding experience for everyone involved. There are a lot of benefits to starting a family garden, not only does it provide a great opportunity to spend time outdoors and learn about nature, but it also allows us to grow our own fresh produce and herbs. Whether you have a large backyard or just a small balcony, there are plenty of ways to get started.

Watering is an essential part of maintaining a healthy garden. We recommend watering your plants deeply once or twice a week, depending on the weather and the type of plants you have. You can use a watering can or a hose with a spray nozzle to water your plants. Fertilizing is also important to help your plants grow and produce healthy fruits and vegetables. You can use organic or synthetic fertilizers, following the instructions on the package for the type of plants you have. If you have a mixed vegetable garden and are unsure about the nutrients in your soil ( not doing a soil test every year), a triple 12 fertilizer could be a good start for your vegetable garden.

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