Category Archives: For The Guys
Fellas, you know how it is: sometimes, you just need to get away with the guys. You might be in a committed relationship, and you might love your life, but there’s nothing like a guy’s vacation. The drinking, the partying, and the reconnection are all priceless. And, not to be that guy, but it isn’t going to be the same with the other half stood by your side.
First dates can be a tricky affair. They can involve a lot of palm sweating, nervous laughter and awkward silences if not planned properly. So here are our top tips on how to plan a great first date to make sure things run smoothly and a great night ensues.
It’s the final countdown… Shhhhh! You don’t want the ladies to know it only took you 30 minutes. Maybe it’s playing in your head already, but getting ready for a date in record time sounds nigh on impossible! Unless you’re a bachelor playing the field, you might not have getting ready for a date down to a fine art just yet. But don’t panic, I am here to guide you, minute by minute, and by minute 30, you will be looking damn fine! From unwashed to the Bill of the ball, you’ll be ready. Let’s do this!
Humans have a tendency to want to group together. We want to be part of the tribe, accepted by society – it’s ingrained in us from the days when strength in numbers meant the difference between survival and the alternative option. True nonconformists – who genuinely have no care for what others think of them – are incredibly rare.
Being able to provide for your family is a key part of being a parent. But providing for your children as a modern father means many different aspects. It is not all about money when it comes to providing for children these days. We need to create an environment of good communication, as well as one of them that expresses and shows love for them. Being involved in our children’s lives is so important, as well as being able to provide for their temporal needs. Though it is important to differentiate between their temporal needs and temporal wants, in order to help them learn the value of money and of work; another important aspect of being a parent.