The Road to Forty: Falling in Love with Fitness All Over Again!
Casey Palmer
by Casey E. Palmer
1y ago
I stepped away from creating content for a while, feeling like I didn’t have the time to be creative and express what was on my mind with everything going on in every other part of my life. A sudden influx of Treasury Board submissions without the right amount of staff to support them. Growing kids who needed us to help them with the struggles going on in their lives. No matter which way I looked, it felt like something was fighting for my attention, and I had no idea how I was going to get out from under it all. But after coming into 2023, determined to learn from the things that ma ..read more
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Don’t Let Type 2 Diabetes Slow You Down!
Casey Palmer
by Casey E. Palmer
1y ago
This content was sponsored by two of Canada’s leading pharmaceutical research-based companies, but opinions are my own. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us aren’t as healthy as we used to be. We’re working from home more often, juggling even more responsibility than usual, and developing unhealthy habits just to get by. But when you have a family history of type 2 diabetes, there’s a lot you need to be aware of to make sure you’re taking care of yourself. The great news is, there are two tools out there that hope to make type 2 diabetes management a little easier—My Heart Matters and Cart ..read more
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The Black Canadian Creator Directory: What’s Next?
Casey Palmer
by Casey E. Palmer
2y ago
A little while back, Kaya Marriott, Sherley Joseph and I put the Black Canadian Creator Directory out into the world, and we were blown away by everyone’s reaction to it! The Black Canadian Creator Directory is brought to you by Casey Palmer of Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad, Kaya Marriott of Comfy Girl with Curls, and Sherley Joseph of The Chonilla Network and Black Canadian Creators. Table of contents The Need for a Place to Showcase Our Black Canadian Content Creators. The Path to the Black Canadian Creator Directory How the Black Canadian Creator Directory Came Together Creating Differe ..read more
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Bluehive Bamboo Wireless Chargers | Available NOW at Canadian Tire!
Casey Palmer
by Casey E. Palmer
2y ago
Disclaimer: I was compensated for this review of Bluehive Bamboo Wireless Chargers, but all opinions remained my own. With working from home becoming a much bigger part of the picture for so many of us thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, we need to make the most of our spaces since we’re in them so often. Wireless Charging | What IS It? Wireless charging, for those of you unfamiliar with it, is exactly what it sounds like—charging your mobile device without needing to plug your device in to do it. It’s not quite as space-age as it sounds—you still need to lay your device on some s ..read more
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Pickering Museum Village
Casey Palmer
by Casey E. Palmer
2y ago
The Pickering Museum Village—an open-air museum located just outside of Toronto in Pickering, Ontario—offers a glimpse into the history of the Pickering area with an engaging family program that’ll both educate and entertain! As parents, what we’ve learned about parenting in a pandemic is that you’re constantly looking for activities to make the days interesting and put the cries of boredom at bay. But with the pandemic bringing so much of our children’s programming to a halt for sixteen months and running, we’re all hungry for options that let us explore life beyond our homes and ou ..read more
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It’s Not Babysitting if it’s Your Kid.
Casey Palmer
by Casey E. Palmer
2y ago
Last updated on June 5th, 2021 at 12:49 pm Why the World Has Fatherhood WRONG. It took me until we had our second child to feel like I was getting a handle on fatherhood, much of the awkwardness I’d had from those early days with our first son melted away as I just sprang into action the second time around. But I’ll never forget what happened a few weeks into being a family of four when Sarah and I decided to do some grocery shopping with our newborn while our oldest was away at daycare. Grocery shopping as new parents is always easier when you have two or more people do it together ..read more
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13 Things Dads Need to Know When Having Kids
Casey Palmer
by Casey E. Palmer
3y ago
Last updated on May 26th, 2021 at 11:29 pm Though I know that I’m one of the few dads publicly sharing his fatherhood story up here in the Great White North, my story isn’t the only Canadian fatherhood story out there, and I’ll continue reminding the world that it’s only one of the 4.5 million in Canada. 4.5 million dads live up here in Canada—and probably even more who aren’t parenting children full-time—and each of their stories is just as valid as the next to tell the full story of what fatherhood’s all about. And with my fatherhood story only being seven-and-a-half year ..read more
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First Steps to Fatherhood: A Year Makes a Difference!
Casey Palmer
by Casey E. Palmer
3y ago
Last updated on May 20th, 2021 at 01:22 am I have a theory—if more fathers were able to stay with their babies till they were six months old, we’d have far fewer deadbeat dads in the world. Just wait a minute—hear me out. Not all dads are created equal. We come from different backgrounds with different circumstances and carry different toolkits to get the parenting job done. But not all fathers make it to the Dad Life. Life is very complicated—we react to its curveballs in all sorts of ways. Some babies come unexpectedly and their fathers are unwilling to step up to the responsibili ..read more
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Getting Ready for a BABY: First Steps to Fatherhood!
Casey Palmer
by Casey E. Palmer
3y ago
Alright—so now that the pleasantries are out of the way, it’s time that we get into some practical information about fatherhood, and where better to start than the very beginning of the journey? I’m real happy for you, parents, and I’ma let you finish — but this album is the best lullaby music of all time!!! 2013—the year we had our first child through induced labour in November—is admittedly a bit of a blur, with me doing as much as humanly possible to get things off of my to-do list before my life changed forever. See—what you don’t fully understand about parent ..read more
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Who Wants to be a Dad, ANYWAY?
Casey Palmer
by Casey E. Palmer
3y ago
Once upon a time, I tried to write a post on why more of my fellow thirty-somethings should want to have kids and join the ever-bustling ranks of parenthood just like me. Recently becoming a father myself, it changed my world entirely, giving me someone demanding more of my attention than anything else in my life, yet also insisting that I love him while he did it. But I’ve said it a thousand times before and I’ll say it a thousand more—I’m a much better man for having my kids in my life, and I want the people around me to experience that, too. And so I wrote. I w ..read more
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