Since April I’ve been working on a column—Bergamot Ink—with the The Good Men Project, which is why I let Nerdy Dad Shirt go untrimmed, and for good reason.
I started Nerdy Dad Shirt three years ago this week, and eventually when I was writing essays that I was proud of, I decided to challenge myself to write 100 essays (good or bad).
“100 essays” turned into “100 posts” (as any good writer and blogger will know the difference), and, as I started writing for other publications and got syndicated, I sort of lost count.
I’ll count them up and get back to you.
So here—parked—are my latest essays for your enjoyment. Please share if you’d like!
AND if you’re a writer, I’m also an editor would love to help you get published. Let’s talk.
Read on and Share!
What Men Hear Vs. What Women Hear—When Will Things Be Heard Equally?
God Isn’t a Bad Word (It’s Just One We Don’t Use)—Raising Children Without Religious Belief
7 Reasons Why I’m Done with Star Wars
9 Ways We Can Truly Save Christmas (Once and for All)
‘Meet Your Second Wife’ Cuts Deep and is Uncomfortably Hilarious
Han Solo, Captain Picard, or Mr. Spock? How to Decide What to Do in Life (When You Don’t Know What To Do)
The Science of Parenthood: Poop, Chemistry, and Duct Tape
5 Easy Steps to Staying Married Forever
Unbrand Yourself Today!
What Does Life After God Sound and Look Like?
See you next week!
CONGRATULATIONS on joining the masses of former English majors, home chefs, and stay at home parents who think their opinions are either relevant, insightful, or funny! You are (or will be soon enough) a blogger, the lowest common type of writer out there. There’s a dog on the Disney Channel who is a billionaire off of this already, and somehow you are stressing about finding kitschy pictures to annotate your paragraphs with.
We welcome and love you – the blogosphere can be a safe place. Often though it’s a hellscape of paranoia and anxiety and posting and editing at odd hours, hoping your small raindrop makes a wave in the universe of oceans of words out there.
We want to help you name your newest blog that will either go nuclear-ly viral or fold within six months. The name, however, can be something you’ll spend forever thinking about until you realize that literally a million people have already done this and done it better than you could have thought to do. Or not.
Finish reading here on Sammiches and Psychmeds