Author: Dad Well Done Team

From the time they’re very young, kids are bombarded with messages about honesty. “Honesty is the best policy,” well-meaning people tell them. But what do you do when your kids start experimenting with lying? How do you work through it when they start thinking that life would be easier if they cut a few corners? In this article, we’ll go over a few simple ways to teach honesty to your kids so you can build a stronger character in them and a stronger relationship between you both. Tips For Teaching Honesty To Kids Teach them why honesty is important. Truthfully,…

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Any time you’re getting ready to do physical activity, you should do some sort of dynamic warm-up. It doesn’t have to be the same every time, but you will probably find yourself incorporating a lot of the same moves each time. The most important thing to keep in mind is to always do movements in your warm-up that closely (or somewhat closely) mimics the movements you’ll be doing in your workout. So, if you have squatting movements in your workout, try to focus more on air squats in your warm-up. Pretty straight-forward. Whatever you do, DO NOT SKIP YOUR WARMUP.…

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Back arches Back arches are one of the most effective bodyweight alternatives to deadlifts. Dip Dips work the pectoral muscles in a similar way that bench press does, but with a more functional approach. Pull-up Pull-ups are one of the best bodyweight exercises you can you. They work the lats, the biceps, and the core primarily, but they also work nearly every muscle in your body as well. Good Morning – Split Stance Good Mornings primarily work the lower back but should also work the hamstrings as well because as you go down, your legs should stay slightly bent but…

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Functional fitness workouts are workouts that include multiple muscle groups and focus on movements that are similar to movements used in everyday life. This functional fitness workout plan is designed to be used by beginners and advanced athletes alike because the exercises are scalable and adjustable to your level of experience or equipment. Day 1: Front Squats, Running, Wall Balls, and Burpees Part 1: 4 sets of: 10 sandbag front squats (or use a medicine ball, a weighted backpack, or anything else that provides enough resistance to make 10 reps difficult) Part 2: 4 rounds of: 400m Run20 Wall Balls…

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So you need some romantic ideas, huh? We all get it. It can be hard to be creative when it comes to romantic ideas, and we don’t always have a ton of money to spend. It’s okay. It happens to, well, all of us. And sometimes we just screw up and need to make amends – because most of the time when we screw up, our wives are the ones who catch most of the blowback from it. They see us at our worst – losing our temper, lost in our insecurities, and checked out ready to quit at times.…

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Throughout history, America has been seen as a shining beacon of hope, freedom, and prosperity. America was founded under the assumption that everyone should be free and able to pursue their own happiness. It seems like such a basic and God-given right to Americans, but much of the world doesn’t get to enjoy that freedom the way Americans do. Over the last few centuries, millions of people have left their home countries, risked everything, and even sacrificed their lives, just for the chance to come to America – the land of opportunity.The original principle of the United States of America…

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Have you ever wondered what your wife wants? I mean what she really wants. Because what men think their wives want and what they really want are two very different things. Unfortunately, a large portion of marriage consists of two people making assumptions about one another. If your wife looks upset, you might immediately start internally guessing why she’s upset. If she says something that feels “off”, then your brain will probably go to work problem-solving to find the source of what’s causing it. And most, if not all, of these interactions are happening nonverbally. In all of these assumptions that are…

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If you’re a busy parent trying to get a night out with your spouse, but you want to stick to a budget, then you’re probably wondering how much you should pay for a babysitter. You’re not alone. 79% of parents say that childcare costs are one of their family’s highest expenses, so it’s no wonder we’re looking for a reasonable rate for a babysitter. So how much should you really pay a babysitter? The average cost of a babysitter is $18.36 per hour for 1 child and $21.23 per hour for 2 children for two children and 21.49 per hour…

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Bullying has become a major issue for kids in America. Roughly 1 in 5 kids are bullied nationwide, and approximately 15% of those who report being bullied are cyber-bullied. From 2016 to 2019, the number of kids who reported being bullied in the 30 days prior increased over 35% and kids who reported bullying other kids nearly tripled. In other words, bullying is a significant problem that parents today need to be able to address and help their children through. But what is bullying? Bullying is defined as repetitive unwanted aggressive behavior intended to create a power imbalance between the…

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Duck boots are one of the trendiest fall and winter footwear items you can find today, and for good reason. Their warmth, stability, grip, and unique look are why millions of style-conscious men and women line up every fall to get their pair of duck boots. But what are duck boots exactly, and what should you know before purchasing a pair? In this guide, we’ll give you all the details you need before buying your own pair of the waterproof wonders that are duck boots. #1 Duck Boot for Men: L.L. Bean’s Bean Boot L.L. Bean literally invented the duck…

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