Let’s be honest, parenting sites typically suck. You land on a page, excited to learn, only to find every article offers totally unrealistic advice that will never fly in the real world. Meanwhile, there’s a bunch of parents fighting in the comments, shaming one another for giving their kid a bag of Doritos.
Daddhism is not that place. Daddhism is a site where parents can take off their shoes, sip a drink, and laugh and learn. (Not to mention, sing the praises of Doritos.) Sure, we’re all about the dad life here, but anyone can embrace the art of Daddhism. If you’re a parent with something to say, we want to hear from you.
Dads, moms, wolves that raise feral orphans—show us what you’ve got. But first, there are a few rules to get out of the way.
- Any article submission must be original. We’re cool, but we’re not assholes. Don’t steal from other writers.
- Articles should be at least 600 words long, but if you’ve got something worth saying that doesn’t make the cut it may be considered.
- You must include some kind of author bio with your submission. We want to give you credit!
- Don’t be a dick. Humor is great, in fact we prefer it. But, any kind of racism, sexism, or intolerance of any kind won’t fly here.
If you’re ready to submit, fill out the forms below to the best of your ability, click Submit, and wait to hear back from us!