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Work At Home Dads: Are You Getting Rich?
 UpstateDad | July 09, 2018, 09:45:08 PM
Great advice! As long as my little girl comes first and she is taken care of then I can put the time and effort into work on fiverr.com and my small e...
What do SAHD's do during the day?
 UpstateDad | July 09, 2018, 09:40:40 PM
I make sure the cleaning, laundry and meal preparations are done, play with and teach our baby girl and work online while she naps (which is a couple ...
 ParentingGyaan | July 08, 2018, 04:09:53 AM
1) Prepare a schedule to use your time and energy more wisely with the family.2) All the family members should define the basic house rules and agree ...
Guild Wars 2 Going Cyberpunkish?
 ColtonSun | June 28, 2018, 08:05:32 AM
Anyone still playing GW2? I've been playing the game on and off since the release. The new expansion if pretty good too!...
Parenting Tips and Tricks
 ParentingGyaan | June 17, 2018, 05:02:28 AM
It is very necessary and difficult too for fathers to make a bond with newborns. To help you in that, here are some tips that all dads can follow:1) T...
Finding Cheaper Car Insurance
 Keith | June 14, 2018, 11:04:04 PM
Car insurance is a necessity that you need to have if you plan on driving in any state. There are various companies that you can get a policy through ...
VPN Providers
 clayvligon | May 31, 2018, 07:56:38 AM
Seldom we come across malware attacks and doesn't pay any heed or attention to it. Its like a slow poison for your system and when it no longer h...
Being Prepared Away from Home
 Keith | May 10, 2018, 06:39:18 PM
It can be challenging to be away from home when a baby or toddler is along. Feelings of being unprepared for an emergency are understandable. Fortunat...
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Anything Allowed / Debt Management Assistance
« Last post by Keith on May 10, 2018, 06:35:09 PM »

If you need professional help to manage your current serious debt, a Christian debt management company such as Charity Fellowship, that has been in the business of debt relief for over 15 years, can provide the  proven techniques to raise you out of your stifling dilemma and give you back your life without the constant harassment and sleepless nights caused by overwhelming debt.

They can employ the debt relief services that will enable you to get out of credit card debt, stop those extremely annoying collection calls and threatening letters from debt collectors,  protect  you against foreclosure of your home or repossession of your vehicle that you desperately need to get to work, and get those loans off your record  as quickly as possible.

Additionally, if you have been a predatory lender's victim, they will show you how to be legally entitled to as much as $500,000 for the suffering you have been put through. If loans are made illegally, lenders are not legally allowed to collect them. A letter is sent to debt collectors or mortgage companies stating that your debts are perjurious or fraudulent, and the companies are required to stop their collection methods. If they do not comply, you could be eligible for that up to $500,000 in compensation.

Companies also might try to collect debts after the expiration dates. Every state has a statute of limitation governing debt collection that usually ranges from five to eight years. After that time, you cannot be compelled to pay that debt.

It is the mission of such a company not only to aid with monetary problems and financial difficulties but also to counsel people to help them solve their existing problems. It is also important to be a friend and be someone to talk to in a reassuring and knowledgeable way as well as being an appreciated source of food, housing, or clothing for the person and his or her family. 

This type of organization can lead the way and show individuals and families how to use the Fair Debt Collection Practice Act (FDCPA) in simple and effective ways to clear away  and clean up their old debts no matter what your credit may be, re-establish themselves and their credit, and build a new and secure financial future.
Of course, she's a natural behind the camera. I might need some improvement! :laugh2:

I was checking online for jobs that I could do from home to earn a little extra money but confused by many of the at-home opportunities for the additional income. I tried to navigate the world of online, from home employment opportunities. Some of the websitesI visited make the offers seem too good to be true.
    If you are a stay-at-home dad thinking about earning a little extra money online, these ideas should help you think about what you could do, how you could do it, and how to keep you and your family safe.
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Home Improvements / Preventing Home Damage Caused by Kids
« Last post by Keith on April 13, 2018, 06:44:09 PM »

Young children can sometimes cause home damages that result in costly repairs. No matter how well your kids behave, they might still break things and damage surfaces while playing or doing other activities around the home. Here are a few ways to prevent some of the most common household damages that are caused by kids.

Designate a Drawing Area

Children often love to draw on walls, and you might have to paint over your little ones’ sketches if you notice any scribbles that are hard to remove. Setting up a chalkboard, a whiteboard or an easel somewhere in your home can prevent this problem by giving your kids a place to draw. This will help keep your walls free of any marks left by crayons or markers. You should also consider buying some washable crayons and markets just in case your children end up drawing on your walls.

Protect Your Floors

Floors often sustain the most damage when children live in the home. To save your floors, you can try having Floorguard products or other durable flooring materials installed in some of your rooms. Olefin is a synthetic fiber that's known for its stain-resistance and works great for carpeting. If you have hardwood floors, you can protect them by applying sealant and leaving matts near entranceways so that your kids can wipe their feet before walking through your home.

Save Your Screens

If you have screens on your windows or sliding glass doors, your children might leave holes or tears in them from pushing or playing with toys near them that have sharp edges. Window guards that fit over your windows and block access to your screens often work well as deterrents. These window guards can also keep your children from falling out of windows. If you notice any holes or tears in your screens, screen repair patches can fix the damage.

Prevent Toilet Clogs

Most toilet clogs can be resolved by using a plunger, but some stubborn clogs need a plumber’s touch. If you want to avoid having to hire a plumber to resolve tough clogs caused by children, you should teach your kids the importance of keeping toys out of the toilet. Having your kids use single-ply toilet paper can also keep clogging down to a minimum.

Children and home damage often go hand in hand, but you can save much of your home from ruin by taking some additional precautions. Making just a few simple changes can help your home survive through your little ones’ childhood years.
Books / Re: What are you reading?
« Last post by GamerDadOfFour on March 23, 2018, 10:36:01 PM »
While desperately awaiting George R. R. Martin completing The Winds of Winter, I listen to the occasional audio book on my drive to/from work. My last one was The Martian and it was fantastic. I'm looking for something new. I've heard good things about another recent book by the author of The Martian and may give that a shot.
Xbox 360 / Re: Skyrim! Best Game Ever!
« Last post by GamerDadOfFour on March 23, 2018, 10:18:36 PM »
I love Skyrim, and I'm really hoping they announce a new Elder Scrolls game at E3 this year. I've probably got a good 200+ hours in all three of the last Elder Scrolls games.
Wii & Wii-U / Re: Games for the Family
« Last post by GamerDadOfFour on March 23, 2018, 10:17:25 PM »
If you're still looking for any, I'd recommend Mario Kart. It's one of those games that ages really well and can be picked up at very young ages.
Dad Recipes / Re: Instant Pot Pressure Cooker
« Last post by GamerDadOfFour on March 23, 2018, 10:14:32 PM »
My wife is mildly obsessed with ours. Honestly, the biggest benefit of it is how much cheaper we can make greek yogurt. The price of a gallon of milk is way the hell cheaper than 16 individual servings of greek yogurt.

She tries to make use of it in cooking just about anything she possibly can though.
Outdoors / Buy Online to Reduce Your Horse Ownership Costs
« Last post by Keith on March 16, 2018, 07:43:39 PM »

Horse ownership as a hobby or a business involves certain expenses that cannot be ignored. Not only do equines require adequate feed, housing and turnout areas with safe fencing, but they also have specific health needs. Veterinarians recommend all horses receive annual vaccinations to prevent tetanus, equine encephalomyelitis and flu in the spring. These basic shots should be given twice within the first six months of the first year, and annually thereafter. In warmer climates where mosquitoes are prevalent, horses should also get a semi-annual vaccination to prevent West Nile and Potomac Horse Fever. Many horse owners also schedule an annual rabies vaccination for their equines that must be given by a licensed veterinarian who will file the necessary report.

Some horse owners feel comfortable administering some IM injections, but other  vaccines are only available with a veterinary prescription. In addition to the recommended annual or semi-annual vaccinations, horses should also be wormed on a regular basis to prevent internal parasites. There are various deworming products available, and it is recommended a rotation schedule is used to prevent parasite resistance. Most equine owners are able to treat their own animals for worms, but some horses can put up quite a fight. In addition to the paste wormers, there are also liquid, pelleted and powdered versions that can be added to the grain ration. Unfortunately, many horses are able to detect the medication in their feed and refuse to eat it, so the owner may need help from a vet or trainer.

Horses are large and powerful animals with most weighing in at more than a thousand pounds. Sometimes people believe the athletic ability of their horses means they are able to perform well with little or no preparation. This is not true because equines athletes need time and training to build up their muscles and to prevent damage to their joints. The incredible strength required of performance horses often results in subtle joint and muscle damage followed by the eventual development of arthritis. In addition to the physical stress placed on hard-working performance horses, other equine ailments such as ulcers require regular supplementation to maintain a healthy and useful life.

Equines that develop varying degrees of lameness or a reluctance to work should be evaluated by a veterinarian. The animal may need a daily supplement to reduce inflammation and pain, so a medical diagnosis is needed to determine what is required. The veterinary clinic will be able to provide whatever supplement or medication is needed, or the owner can visit Vet Products Direct for horse supplements at a lower cost.

Experienced horse owners know horses often sustain minor injuries they can treat, so it is essential to keep a supply of bandages and wound treatment products on hand.
In addition to health related products, online stores typically carry a variety of supplies including insect repellents, tack and other horse related products. Grooming products, equine shampoos and conditioners are helpful in keeping horses looking shiny and well-kept.

Stay at home Dad Discussions Board (SAHD) / Re: SAHD Board
« Last post by Cristie Grego on March 16, 2018, 12:03:56 PM »
Maybe it's just a little early in the morning for me :BNB: :BNB:
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