Tag Archives: Nathan Bright

Resume Anxiety

By Nathan Bright We’re a one-income family. I haven’t worked for two point five years. My wife’s employment is based on a federal grant. The government is amputating limbs to save green. You see where this is going. Spring 2011… … Continue reading

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Morning Shows and Pole Dancing

by Nathan Bright Stripper poles should not be a part of a home. If you own one and I’ve offended you I apologize (sorry mom), but I personally can’t imagine explaining it to my daughters. This new exercise fad serves … Continue reading

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The Candy Bar Sermon

By Nathan Bright I buried the Snickers on a mountain overlooking a pristine lake. The other hikers in my group ate theirs days prior…like animals, but not me. A candy bar was given to us halfway through our 150 mile … Continue reading

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At-Home Dad: Mediocre Man

by Nathan Bright During the course of this blog I’ve established I’m a stay-at-home parent. Although at-home parenting isn’t a new concept it is difficult for some people to imagine a man doing. I’m not complaining – I have a … Continue reading

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There’s a Monster in My House

by Nathan Bright No there’s not. Monsters don’t exist. What does exist are newborn babies. The five-week old variety in my home, to be precise. The similarities between her and a monster are staggering. For one, she’s scary. My two-year … Continue reading

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Inclusion Delusion

By Nathan Bright The first egg goes in beautifully. No trace of shell in the mixture at all. With my speed being matched only by artistry, I blister through the kitchen confident of a timely meal that will lead into … Continue reading

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Chronicles of a Stay at Home Dad

Written by Nathan Bright My wife and I have been married five years. We were both career-oriented individuals on a good track. In the year 2006 we had life figured out; I received my master’s, my wife had just gotten … Continue reading

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