I have spent years investing in the stock market. Starting in my early twenties, when I started my first job at $25k a year, I have not looked back. One thing that you’ve read over and over is that you cannot time the stock market. And that is 100% true! Trust me, I have learned… Continue reading 10 Things to Learn for the Average Investor
Co-parenting can have its challenges in normal times. Now with Covid-19 along with shelter-in-place restrictions, co-parenting can get even harder unless both parents work together for the best outcomes. Currently, we have a week on, week off schedule while co-parenting. Usually, on Friday mornings we have “Donut Friday” where we all meet up for donuts… Continue reading Co-Parenting during Covid-19 by Divorced Dad Does
I write this blog because my daughter is depressed. Actually she is a 15-year-old diagnosed with high anxiety, and depression and is also on the low part of the autism scale. She is a 15-year-old teen that who is scared of Covid-19, scared to learn to drive, scared of having friends, scared of messing up,… Continue reading Daughter with Depression by Divorced Dad Does
I have been fortunate to learn so much over the years of working in a business that started from the ground up. Since retirement back in 2008, I have continued my good fortune of raising my kids, doing non-profit work and having some adventure. Like everyone, I am are sitting at home trying to keep… Continue reading Divorced Dad Does – What Makes a Good Leader?
You are never to old to build Lego. Let me say that again – you are NEVER to old to build Lego with your kids! Dad’s (and Mom’s) this is your time to connect with your kids while everyone is at home. Lego (not Lego’s) are a creative, fun, thoughtful follow the instructions or else… Continue reading Divorced Dad Does – Lego with your Kids
Holy cats! What a great couple of weeks for us Introverts out there in the World. We officially have a reason to avoid people, no small talk, no sitting next to anyone, no nada! Just a couple “cough, coughs” and people will head the other way. This is even better then wearing a Make America… Continue reading Divorced Dad Does – For an Introvert Social Distancing Rocks
I have been extremely fortunate to be able to retire when I was in my late 30’s. I starting working when I was 14 years old and was always a hard worker. No matter what I was doing, I was money motivated. And to make money you had to work hard and think outside the… Continue reading Divorced Dad Does – Sales 101 – You Don’t have to Reinvent the Wheel
I love my dog! My dog is actually my birthday dog we got when I turned 40 years old. She is a small 15lb terrier that can trail run with me all day long. She hops in the car when heading to Tahoe and loves to be outside chasing whatever she can find. But sadly… Continue reading Divorced Dad Does – Sharing the Dog
Common Sense – What is it exactly? Well the dictionary states Common Sense is sound practical judgment concerning everyday matters, or a basic ability to perceive, understand, and judge that is shared by (“common to”) nearly all people. My description is a little different….. Common Sense is people acting dumb which then disturbs others for… Continue reading Divorced Dad Does – Its Common Sense People!
So many things to talk about concerning last week! Stock market, Cornavirus, Primary’s and who got booted off Legomasters! But I am going in a totally different direction since I just received an email from my 12yr old daughters school about them having an Active Shooter Drill. First and foremost I understand guns, in the… Continue reading Divorced Dad Does – Active Shooter Drill….jeesh