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Posted on December 17, 2014 I Written By

My name is John and I'm a working dad with 4 beautiful children. I'm a full time blogger and entrepreneur. These are my musings. I hope you enjoy.

What a ride! We’re already 2 months into my Daddy Blogging experience. This post will be my 22nd post and Crash Dad has had 3,284 pageviews as of this posting. Not too bad for a part time hobby. Plus, I have to admit that it’s been a lot of fun to write and hear people’s reaction to my posts.

My favorite response came yesterday from my Crash Brother who said, “I like reading it because it makes me think. I would also love to contribute some day.” I hope this blog will help people to think. I hope that many will join in a discussion in the comments as well. Plus, don’t be surprised if my Crash Brother joins and starts blogging as another Crash Dad in the future. That would be fun. I always love multiple perspectives.

Yesterday, I started inviting some of my friends to like the Crash Dad Facebook page. Thanks to everyone who liked the page. We’ll do our best to provide you entertaining and useful content that makes you happy you liked the page. If you haven’t already liked Crash Dad on Facebook, what’s holding you back? We’ll be here when you get back.

Thanks also to everyone who’s signed up to receive the Crash Dad posts by email. If you haven’t done so, you can subscribe by putting your email in at the top of the page. You know you want to!

Unfortunately, Crash Dad was taken on Twitter. Plus, I’m already on Twitter as @techguy. Feel free to follow @techguy on Twitter if you’d like. Fair warning, I tweet quite a bit from that account and about a wide variety of my interests.

Now you can easily keep updated with Crash Dad. You wouldn’t want to miss any of the excitement would you? Thanks to everyone who’s been reading. It’s always fun to know something you’ve written is read and enjoyed by many people.

Next, I think I’m going to give myself a challenge. I was going to do a thirty day challenge (ie. one post a day for 30 days), but that might be a bit much (especially with the holidays). Instead, I’m going to do 20 blog posts over the next 30 days or basically 5 posts a week. Let’s see if I can do it. If you have a blog, I challenge you to do the same. One of the keys to writing well is writing regularly. The posts don’t have to be long. Just share something valuable with your readers 20 times over the next 30 days. Let me know if you’re doing it so I can check out your posts.