This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Raising a Father. All opinions are 100% mine.
Raising a Father is a book written by Arjun Sen that I would recommend to any father to read.. or even any parent.
The book details the journey of a father, who at the age of 37, after years on the corporate world making a successful career for himself- realized he did not know his daughter at all.
He had the startling realization that if he did not make a huge change in his life, right then, his relationship with his daughter in the future would be reduced to practically nothing. A phonecall here or there, visiting on the holidays.. but never really being close or having the tight bond he wanted so badly but had neglected to nurture and create so far.
At that moment, he quits his high-paced job and starts an at-home business in order to be closer to his 10 year old daughter. She then teaches him with her love and caring personality how to be a better father and have a more fulfilling life.
If you have someone who is incredibly hard to shop for this Christmas, the “person who has everything”- this book would make the perfect gift.
Watch the trailer for the book- maybe it’s even something you would like to read!
@levacas Haha apparently mine was $15 ouch!
Road trips -- where good snack intentions go to die. pic.twitter.com/sUu3fdmE8n
I am now counting travel time in whines. 12 more whines to Disney. Funny, that's also the amount of drinks I'm going to have when we arrive.
V-A-C-A T-I-O-N! How to Follow along with my Disney Adventure! goo.gl/fb/vJqFY3
9yo: you post the most attractive photos Me: You being sarcastic or saying I'm cute? 9: not in that photo Side note: he looks just like me pic.twitter.com/b4jeRDdOv7
Roadtrip me takes joy in watching the kids panic as the life drains from their electronics. Yes, I brought chargers. They don't know that.