On Busy Days and Misery

Daniel De Guia

I'm a dad, amateur fitness junkie, 3-time end of the world survivor, geek, writer, and gamer from Santa Rosa, California. The posts on this blog will chronicle my personal fitness journey, which I hope will motivate other fathers to take charge of their own health and fitness.

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  1. DadWorking says:

    Thanks for sharing, Daniel. I’ve personally taken a very hands-off approach to my kids education at school. If they don’t get their HW done – it’s no them. If they don’t do as well as they can on a project – it’s on them. They have to face the consequences and will learn from them in the long term. I coach them and try to set a bar of what excellence in effort looks like – but I’m not going to force them into it. They cannot rely on me or their mom to push them. It’s made my time at home with them so much more rewarding and given me the free time I need for myself.

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