The Personal Barber review: taking male grooming to the next level

When the request went out to review a subscription box for The Personal Barber, I was all over it and not just because it was free swag!! Obviously, the free bit helped but I’ve been thinking about switching up my shaving routine for quite some Read More …

Invisible Men – the travel project for Fathers of Colour – by Jonah Batambuze

Travelling is in my DNA Well before I exited my mother’s womb, traveling was a part of my DNA. In 1975, my parents fled Uganda to chase the American dream. Their goal was simple. Escape the tyranny of the dictator Idi Amin — and find Read More …

Divorce, court battles and co-parenting. Review of Charlie Albert’s book ‘Whispers of hope‘ – by Ana Swartz

When Elliott asked the MFF team who wanted to do a review of the book ‘I just want to see my child! – Whispers of Hope‘ by Charlie Albert, I felt this was my call. Being a child of divorce myself and living in a Read More …

Building the nest – by Dave Robson

Building the nest As I write this, my lovely wife and I now have just under two months to go until the due date for our first baby. These last 7 months have gone by so quickly, I can’t believe we’ve got less than two Read More …

How old will your child be in 2030 and what job will they do? – by Peter Kawalek

How old will your child be in 2030? How old will your child be in 2030? How old will you be? According to the famous consultancy McKinsey, by 2030, “between 400 million and 800 million individuals could be displaced by automation and need to find Read More …

Your child’s World Book Day costume could change a life – By Emma Taylor

Your child’s World Book Day costume could change a life Every year people around the world come together to celebrate the power of reading on World Book Day. Here in the UK, children receive free books and schools hold all sorts of events – from Read More …