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Hotel Booking Secrets Revealed!

Posted 05 February 2013 | By | Categories: General Interest, guest posts | 1 Comment

Here we have another guest post from Dennis Yu Sad, but I found out that I flew 306,000 miles last year and spent over 200 nights in hotels. And after a few years of living in hotels across this planet, you, lovely reader, get to benefit from my mistakes. Airbnb.com is disrupting the hotel industry […]

Today I had a lousy day!

Posted 14 August 2012 | By | Categories: guest posts, Parenting | 1 Comment

Today we have a guest post by Margie Hord Méndez. Today I had a lousy day! Our first-grader Steve was excited about reading and writing, so we hung up a calendar in his room for him to mark the passing of time and record events. Once, at the end of a month I happened to […]

Confidence and Concussions

Posted 11 May 2012 | By | Categories: guest posts | 1 Comment

Today we have a guest post from Craig Sobel from Dadocity. Enjoy! My nine year old son knows more about professional football than you do.  Some of you may be nodding your head in agreement because, frankly, you don’t know – nor care – anything about professional football.  Others of you are shaking your head […]

“Boy” Activities With 3 Daughters!

Posted 21 March 2012 | By | Categories: guest posts, Parenting | No Comments

Today we have a gust post by Ben from My RadDad. Hello! My name is Ben and I have a blog called MyRadDad (you can check it out if you’d like). I have 3 daughters. I am surrounded by so much pink. Pink isn’t the result of just having girls, all the pink is because […]

Restaurant.com Horror Story

Posted 16 March 2012 | By | Categories: guest posts, Reviews | No Comments

I guest post by Dennis Yu I‘ve used restaurant.com for years. Great deals on gift certificates, so long as you abide by the fine print on when you can use them and minimum spend. But last week, I was shocked to find out how awful their customer support is. My family and I were looking […]

Jonny Chan of TBG Digital is a Weasel

Posted 03 January 2012 | By | Categories: guest posts, SEO & SEM | 1 Comment

FF Today we have a guest post by Dennis Yu. Jonny Chan of TBG Digital is a Weasel by Dennis Yu Jonny Chan is a clever kid.  He’s worked on some of the largest Facebook ad campaigns to deliver tremendous results.  But two years ago, he knew little about Facebook ads.  He messaged me constantly, […]

Are you making these parenting mistakes?

Posted 29 October 2011 | By | Categories: Behavior, guest posts | 5 Comments

“Like all parents, my husband and I just do the best we can, and hold our breath, and hope we’ve set aside enough money to pay for our kids’ therapy.” ~ Michelle Pfeiffer Miss Pfeiffer speaks truth. There is no perfect parent. All we can do is try our best and learn from our mistakes. […]

How I got my US passport replaced in only 75 minutes for $237.72

Posted 14 June 2011 | By | Categories: General Interest, guest posts | 6 Comments

If you’re reading this, you’ve probably already been to a ton of websites trying to figure out how to get a rush passport. Whether you lost your passport or were just procrastinating, you need a new passport right away. HH Let me save you some time and money. Do not go to one of those express […]

Hotels.com: Read the Fine Print!

Posted 02 January 2011 | By | Categories: General Interest, guest posts | 6 Comments

By Dennis Yu and Keith Wilcox               I don’t always post articles about parenting or children.  I also have a passion for warning people about scams.  My all time favorite scam warning is about Multi Level Marketing.  I posted an article a year ago about Send Out Cards (an MLM company) that has gotten over […]

Help! I Don’t Know What to Give for Christmas

Posted 08 December 2010 | By | Categories: guest posts, Holiday | 2 Comments

This article was originally published in Alianza Cristiana (Christian Alliance Magazine), by Margie Hord.  She has re-released it today for publication here.  Margarita (Margie) Hord de Méndez, is Honduran born Canadian, naturalized Mexican, mother to 2 children and grandmother to 4.   La Leche League Leader for 20 plus years and Founder of La Leche League […]

FIRED!

Posted 23 November 2010 | By | Categories: Behavior, guest posts | 3 Comments

Today we have another great post by Stefan Lanfer.  He is a Boston-based dad of two, playwright, and foundation strategy guy.  He blogs about “the big mysteries revealed in the small moments” of fatherhood at Dad Today, and about finding time and ways to hang in there with the work you are most passionate about, even when […]