Friday, May 13, 2011
Perhaps the single most important movement in the history of America. The Feminist Movement. This Movement changed the face of parenting, business, and the social landscape forever! Feel free to chime in with your thoughts for now. Father Faction will be spending the majority of next week examining this interesting phenomena.
Friday, May 6, 2011
Monday, May 2, 2011
Ok my good comrades in Father Faction time for some real talk about a real subject. That subject would be loss of mojo after marriage and or being a father for a few years. The rut has settled in.....the routine is established and you are in full fledge frump mode. Now I am not saying routine is bad, I think it can actually be good for setting discipline firmly in your life, however, you must know how to break the routine to bring back some level of excitement. When you begin to introduce variety into your day you will see that you will begin. Here are the top ways to put the Magic back into your Mojo, The Swagger into you Step:
1) Work out - when you look in the mirror and see good muscle tone, when you reach in your pocket and see a protruding tricep muscle you can't help but feel good.
2) Spend money on yourself - lets face it, when you have children, sometimes they get the bulk of the expendable cash. I have seen some parents whose children have on the latest fashion and Dad is wearing a pair of Pumas from '86.
3) Flirt with your wife or significant other - doing this will feed your male ego...period. But be careful....it could lead to more children!!!!!!!!!!
4)Eat more peanuts - Food items like peanuts and broccoli have great testosterone producing capabilities for the body. When you couple the right foods with working out...you could develop into the MAN you used to be.
5)Mental Conditioning - It is one thing to work your body but you must remember that the brain is a muscle too so learn something new. It could be a skill or a fact or a shortcut home even. To show the positive effect this can have just look at your children. When children learn something new, their face lights up and they tell everyone what they just learned, and they talk about it over and over and over. We can learn alot form them if we slow down and pay attention.