A podcast about a dad and family counselor trying to figure out this whole parenting and adulting thing one guest, drink and Dad joke at a time. From adolescent experts in mental health, health/wellness and development to lighthearted topics like craft beer and craft spirits, this podcast hits it all.
After attending a leadership summit, Matt shares some personal insight and asks Shaun for advice he thinks his 85 year old self would give him today.
Chad Kessler of 451 Spirits shares about two game changing spirits he's working on, along with his vulnerable ask for help as he begins a kickstarter campaign to help the distillery come back from the impact of COVID.
Matt's Dad, Dave Lofy, joins the podcast to discuss homebrewing and taking home another award at the Medina County Fair for his beer. Matt also shares what they are having for Baby #2 and so much more.
Matt shares the big news that his family is expecting their second child in December, along with what he's most excited about. Shaun brings back Drinks w/ Dude and Matt opens up about the one thing he's been surprised about since they found out Lil Loafer #2 is coming...
On Wednesday, June 14, over 130 changing stations were picked up as our partnership with Columbus City council and the Changing Station Accessibility Grant concluded for the year. We caught up with many small businesses, local nonprofits and Councilman Dorans during the event.
Larry Hagner, Founder of The Dad Edge, discusses living a legendary life as a husband, father, and man. A dad to four boys, Larry shares lessons learned and what Matthew McConaughey said on his podcast that blew him away.
John Francis, the dad who started a holiday called Fathers Eve, shares how it began and how it grew to over 60 cities in four countries. We also share what to expect at Columbus' Fathers Eve celebration hosted at Echo Spirits Distilling Co. on Saturday, June 17 from 7-9 p.m. along with our diaper drive benefiting Bottoms Up Diaper Bank.
We are joined by two members of the Dad Caucus to discuss dadding on Capitol Hill. Congressman Jimmy Gomez, the man who broke the internet carrying his son Hodge on the Capitol floor and founder of the Dad Caucus shares his story and the mission of the caucus, along with caucus member Congressman Greg Landsman shares his mission as a dad in Congress.
We learn about The Junto, Columbus' first independent lifestyle hotel, by General Manager Jason Delcamp who moved with his family from Denver to Columbus. He discusses what to expect with this new community staple in Franklinton, talks all about their roof top bar the Brass Eye (and its historic roots) while Matt realizes this is his dream staycation and Shaun declares his love for poutine.
Catherine Pearlman, PhD, LCSW, founder of The Family Coach and author of First Phone - A child's guide to digital responsibility, safety and etiquette, discusses the impact phones have on our children and families. She also talks about digital consent with our children, appropriate screen time and tips for families to consider for the relationship between our children and their phones.
As National Testicular Cancer Awareness Month comes to a close, so does Shaun's cancer story in this final episode in a two part series. He shares about both of his battles with testicular cancer, the impact it had on his life and relationships, along with how he coped through it all.
As National Testicular Cancer Awareness Month comes to a close, Shaun shares about both of his battles with testicular cancer. Hear the first part of his story in this two-part episode.
Mike Scherer, Co-Founder of Worth the Wait Charity and a testicular cancer survivor discusses his journey of battling cancer, the struggles of starting a family and how the Charity came to be. Worth the Wait's mission is to ease the burden for young adult cancer survivors pursuing parenthood by providing financial support for fertility treatments, adoption and surrogacy.
Columbus City Council President Shannon G. Hardin and Council President Pro Tem Rob Dorans, two of the Dads on Council supporting the Changing Table Accessibility Grant, share their stories behind supporting this initiative. We also discuss breaking stereotypes, supporting our families and empowering us all do to more as it comes to raising children in central Ohio.
Diane Boden, the voice behind the top-rated podcast, the Minimalist Moms, discusses how we should think more and do with less. She shares tips on how to declutter our homes and our lives, along with the first place in your house to begin.
The week the Changing Station Accessibility Grant (link) went live here in Columbus, Franklin County Auditor Michael Stinziano and Kevin McCain, the two men behind the original 2017 Grant tell the story of how it all began and how changing stations changed Kevin's life.
Wes Clodfelter, also known as A.Bourbon.Dad, and with Watershed Distillery, shares the history of Nocino and teaches the guys about parenting his two boys in nature all while tasting batch #3 of Watershed's Nocino Finished Bourbon. He even shares random gems like the original use of Mountain Dew.
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NFL.com's "Around the NFL" crew (Gregg Rosenthal, Dan Hanzus and Marc Sessler) break down the latest football news, with a dash of mirth.
If you've ever wanted to know about champagne, satanism, the Stonewall Uprising, chaos theory, LSD, El Nino, true crime and Rosa Parks, then look no further. Josh and Chuck have you covered.
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