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The Dad Hammer is now the Dad Vault

Hey Everyone!

It’s been a couple weeks since I sent the last newsletter announcing changes coming to The Dad Hammer publication. Well… the first change is here!

The Dad Hammer is now The Dad Vault.

Today brings a new name, new logo, and some tweaks to the submission guidelines.

Like most of you, I have a day job (and a side gig) in addition to being a family man. So doing this publication is a bit of a passion project. More is to come as I make time!

I’m working on a more in depth article on what the Dad Vault is all about. That’s coming soon. But I wanted to make sure all of you knew that this place on the internet for dads still exists! With your help, we’re going to grow this community and help each other be better at all the roles we play.

Looking forward to writing more for you and seeing amazing articles for dads getting published.

-Adam

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Being a family man comes with a lot of weight and responsibility. We publish articles that encourage you to keep going, inspire you to step up your game, and equip you with tips to unlock the best dad/husband/provider/in-law/chef/tooth fairy/taxi driver you can be.

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Adam Hillis

Adam Hillis

I help family men connect and commit so your wife won’t leave you and your kids don’t hate you. https://sleekbio.com/adam

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