[Audio] MFF x Aggy Fox podcast talk music and fatherhood with Adam Ficek (ex-Babyshambles)

[Audio] MFF x Aggy Fox podcast talk fatherhood and music with Adam Ficek (ex-Babyshambles) I have been running a podcast under the pseudonym ‘Aggy Fox’ for over a year now. It was a project I chose to embark on as a way of being able Read More …

Could you be a mentor and help change lives? Action For Children are looking for mentors for Black & Minority Ethnic boys in London

Hi everyone, it’s Elliott here. We at MFF are passionate about giving back to our community. I know that most of our readers are professional, respected and educated men who have valuable knowledge, expertise and experience that could help change the lives of some vulnerable 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 …

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 …

Ten years, five tips, and lots more to learn: 5 top tips for a successful marriage – by Cal-I Muirhead

My wife and I celebrated ten years of marriage in the summer of 2017. I would like to share five marriage tips that have benefited us along the way, having reached this milestone. Me-time Make Date Nights a must Take a break Pillow talk Write Read More …

Fathering yourself: filling the gap from your absent father – By Jonathan Brown

What do I mean by the term fathering yourself? Many men grow up with absent fathers. Some dads are physically absent, and others are emotionally so, are distracted from their child by work, their own grief, rage or substance misuse, and spend little real quality Read More …

Philip Robinson’s ‘Nia and the Kingdom of Celebration’ – book review by Saffa Kallon

My first impression of the book Nia and the Kingdom of Celebration, just looking at the cover, was that it was a brightly coloured book that looked very well illustrated centred around children and the lead character would be a young girl of what seemed Read More …

Tolulope Ogunmefun helps us to talk about jealousy in his new children’s book – ‘The Frog and his Dancing Shoes’ – Review by Philip Robinson

The Frog and his Dancing Shoes is Tolulope Ogunmefun’s first children’s book. According to an article from New Beacon Bookstore in London, where Tolu recently had the book launched, he had this to say about the book’s inspiration: “After what many parents told him about Read More …