Distress Tolerance (part I)

I have said before (in my company podcast – Noggin Notes) that emotions can be described metaphorically as a wave. They have a beginning, a middle, and an end. As such, they are temporary and typically they last no longer than a few seconds. Learning to ride this metaphorical wave is critical for dealing with…

Youth Football and Cheerleading – A Reno Dads Guide

Youth Football and Cheerleading – A Reno Dads Guide It’s that time of year again when registration for youth sports is flourishing and parents all over Reno are clearing their calendars for baseball, softball, football, cheerleading, soccer, and every other sport hosting spring and summer leagues. With so many options, we wanted to compile a…

Adventures of an Entrepre-New Dad

“Yes, we can absolutely have a plan put together by next Wednesday.” “Great. {Pause} Did I lose you?” “Nope – still here, just trying to time my speaking in between the screams.” “{Laughs} No problem.” For the past three-and-a-half years, I have been self-employed. Though there are co-working spaces available in the area – I…

License Plate Game [PRINTABLE]

Road trips are made better with games to help pass the time. Sure – you can stick an iPad in front of your kid (I’ve definitely done that, too), but I think we can all agree that engaging your kids and family in a game is a more positive experience. Enter the license plate game!…

Reno Dads Podcast Episode 13: The Remarkable Golden

In this episode, the Reno Dads podcast hosted Veronica and Bryan Peterson, and their sweet dog, Judge, also known as The Remarkable Golden. We learned about their amazing project to meet people here in Reno (and soon across the U.S.) to discover what is remarkable about them. Veronica and Bryan (and Judge) have been on…

Raise Your Kids to be Like the Nevada Men’s Basketball Team

With the game winding down against San Diego State on March 9, Nevada men’s basketball coach Eric Musselman took Jordan Caroline, Caleb Martin and Cody Martin out of the game. It was the last home game of the season, so Musselman subbed out the three players so that the sell-out crowd could give them the…

Kids and Coffee. Coffee and Kids.

By Ellen Burcham, Creator of The Lucky Childe Because energy is a key for all caregivers, the two are often synonymous with each other. Which is how The Lucky Childe came to be. One morning, I had my then toddler daughter at a local coffee shop. When I turned my back to pay for my…

Medical Scholarship for Nevada Students

Nevada Donor Network and WGU Nevada are pleased to offer the “You Are Hope” Scholarship. Valued up to $2,000, this scholarship is available for Nevadans who wish to advance their education with a bachelor’s or master’s degree in a healthcare field. Both organizations partnered to show their support for the healthcare heroes of tomorrow. “We…

When it Clicks

A child’s introduction to sports is, hopefully, a celebration of joyous ineptitude. The first sport most American kids play is soccer. Across the nation, millions of bunched up, laughing munchkins chase the ball like bees swarming around honey. Other than the smiles on their faces, there’s not a lot of evidence of why anyone would…

Youth Soccer in Reno – A Reno Dads Guide

It’s that time of year again, when registration for spring youth sports are opening up and parents all over Reno are clearing their calendars for baseball, softball, soccer, and every other sport hosting spring leagues. With so many options, we wanted to compile a list of community and private organizations below concentrating on the younger…