Interview: How Joe Wicks Stopped Punching Walls & Learned Not To Yell At His Kids
For someone who’s known as a beacon of good vibes and positive energy, Joe Wicks is a refreshingly straight-talker. Leaning against the bed in his Surrey home, the 35-year-old known as The Body Coach admits that enduring the isolation of Britain’s lockdown with two small kids – Indie is two and Marley is one – hasn’t been easy and has definitely impacted his mental health at times.
The 5 Money Principles To Teach Young Kids
Given the tawdry state of my finances, there’s a line by the writer Katie Whitehorn that I’ve always found endlessly comforting. “The easiest way for your children to learn about money is for you not to have any,” she writes. That was certainly the experience of mortgage broker, Jai Hobbs.
Guy Sebastian: You’re Always Insecure As A Dad, Thinking: “Am I Screwing This Up?
My father taught me that fatherhood is a sacrificial love. Dad was a geologist and a very hard worker and had to travel overseas a lot. Eventually he was just over it, so he moved us all over here to Australia from Malaysia when I was six-years-old. He was constantly away for his job - working for a month, then home for a month - pretty much our whole lives. But we never, ever felt like dad was absent. Because when he was home, he was always really present.
“The Good, The Bad & The Ugly”: Study Reveals Effects of COVID on Working Dads
If you were asked to sum up 2020 in one sound-effect what would it be? Perhaps you’d go for the exasperated sigh in tandem with forehead slap and exaggerated eye-roll. Or maybe you'd plump for a full-throttle raspberry accompanied by double V-signs. Bottom line: it’s hard to sum up what a tricky old year it’s been as COVID disrupted our lives with diabolical efficiency.
PODCAST: Why Self-Doubt Is Part and Parcel Of Being A Stay-at-home Dad
According to the U.S Census, only six men in the whole of America defined themselves as stay-at-home dads back in 1970. By 2014, that number had grown to 2 million. That’s evidence of a radical social change that you’d expect to only have snowballed in the intervening years. But despite more men becoming stay-at-home dads, it’s not always an easy transition.
The World’s Top Hangover Expert On How To Stay Pain-free
Editor’s note: Hangovers are a nasty business at the best of times, but if you’ve got small children they're truly unbearable. As a result, you naturally end up reining things in after you become a dad. And yet... Let’s face it, there are still times when you drink a little more than you intended and, as you’re not as “match-fit” in this department as you once were, the effects of even marginal over-indulgence are now more unforgiving than ever. With that in mind, TFH travelled to Las Vegas to interview the world’s only doctor to dedicate his whole career to curing the ill-effects of the morning after. The goal: to find the insider secrets to help you never suffer from another hangover ever again.
John McEnroe Reveals The Harsh Reality For New Dads That No Business Can Ignore
When Tatum O’Neal told John McEnroe that she was pregnant with their second child, his response was decidedly underwhelming. “There goes 1987,” he replied. At the time, the couple’s first son was barely seven months old, so McEnroe was grimly aware that small kids leech a ton of attention and energy away from your primary focus. In McEnroe’s case, that was trying to stop Ivan Lendl from hoovering up more Grand Slams.
Fatherhood Can Steal Your Identity: Here’s How To Get It Back
The photo showed a man on a surfboard. Leaning into the face of the wave with determined intent, he slices through the water with an avalanche of white water crashing in his wake. While I don’t surf myself, I found this picture strangely inspiring. It was less about the surfer’s athletic poise than what it symbolised to a beaten-down dad.
This Is What I Learned In Anger Management
It’s early Monday evening and I’m waiting for the lift in my apartment block. My two-year-old son is clutching my hand, while his baby brother is happily drooling over my left shoulder. We’re heading off to the park.
“No Sleep, No Money, No Sex” – The Inside Story Of Dad’s Group
Necessity was the mother of invention for Tom Docking. Except really it was the father of the idea. You see, mother’s groups have existed for generations, often inspiring life-long friendships and giving women a support network to navigate the transition into parenthood. But what about dads?
How To Dad: “Balancing Work And Family Is A Juggling Act That You Can’t Win”
Jordan Watson become a viral sensation as “How To Dad”. In this interview taken from Man Enough, Movember’s new TV series that explores the changing face of masculinity, Jordan explains how he accidentally became the public face of NZ fatherhood and a magnet for struggling dads.
The Loneliness Of The First-time Father
Cliched understatement alert: having kids shakes up your life in a big way. But another thing fatherhood massively disrupts is your social life. Here five men discuss the discombobulating effects of dad-life and the isolation it can bring.
Struggling under Covid? Get paid for having stress-relief coaching…
We’re guessing that you’ve probably had better years. Covid has wreaked havoc, damaging livelihoods and relationships in families everywhere. But you don’t have to try and manage alone.
The New Rules On Naming Your Children
What did you do at kinder today?” I asked my three-year-old son on the drive home. “Trains with Roy,” came the reply from the backseat.
Ryan Reynolds Gets Real About How To Survive Homeschooling
“Nothing better than spending an entire morning staring into my baby daughter's eyes, whispering, ‘I can't do this’.
Dream Opportunity: The World Sleep Championships
A bad night’s sleep can ruin the rest of your day. From a relentless newborn to a snoring partner and even the next door neighbour’s bloody dog - there are so many factors working against you when all you want is a solid block of shut-eye.