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Sorry I Didn’t Write a Post

This is the  sort of seventh post in our Liberating Working Dads Series. Tracy et al. I don’t want to place any blame on the reason I didn’t write my guest post but if I had to lay blame it […]

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100-hour Weeks at the Best Job I’ve Ever Had

This is the sixth post in our Liberating Working Dads Series. I heard an interesting statistic this week.  When asked what would most improve their quality of life, the

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Finding the Right Setup as a Part-Time Work at Home Dad

This is the fifth post in our Liberating Working Dads Series. Back in the days before children, my wife and I came to an agreement. Whenever we had kids,

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Replaceable At Work But Not At Home

This is the fourth post in our Liberating Working Dads Series. Well it is 6 am on a Saturday and I sit here watching Handy Manny, while answering my

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Adjusting as a Working Dad

This is the third post in our Liberating Working Dads Series. Up until last July, my wife was a nurse at a hospital, working 12-hour days three days a

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Finding the Sweet Spot: A Working Dad’s Take on Work-Life Balance

This is the second post for our Liberating Working Dads series. I love my job.  There – I’ve admitted it. I never intended to work for the government.  I didn’t go to

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The Shifting Priorities of Parenthood

This is our first post in our Liberating Working Dads series. I was never, really, an organized person. Growing up, I was "that kid" with the messy locker, who

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Liberating Working Dads!

We are very excited to start a fun series next week. It's all about the dads! You know, those working dads because they deserve a voice too!  And

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