Category Dad

I Know, Dad – Dining Etiquette

Last night I had the pleasure of eating at one of my favorite restaurants in the world, Da Greco.  Da Greco is a phenomenal Italian restaurant located on Barcelona’s bustling Passeig de Gracia.  Considering the quality of the food, the size of the portions, and the friendliness of the staff, the menu prices are quite […]

I Know, Dad – Health

After a long weekend during which I got far too little sleep, I thought it would be appropriate to write an “I Know, Dad” post on health.  See below.  An apple a day keeps the doctor away folks. 1) You need to sleep more. Everyone loves sleeping.  The problem is that getting enough of it […]

I Know, Dad – Professional Attire

I have tried to relate the topics of the “I Know, Dad” series to relevant experiences I have had recently, but I’m actually writing this one in conjunction with something Dad’s got going on.  A lawyer by trade, Dad starts a new trial today, so I’m going to take the opportunity to talk a little […]

I Know, Dad – Privacy

By now you understand that my dad’s technological capabilities are somewhat of a running joke in the Sonageri family.  He’s learning day by day, but the fact of the matter is he just doesn’t trust it.  I actually agree with him on this point (shocking, I know).  It horrifies me how accessible we all are […]

Read This – Introduction and Life Hacks

I would like to introduce you to something that my entire family is extremely familiar with, something I have jokingly termed “Read This,” which will be the title of another string of posts on my blog.  If you are a Sonageri and you are in a hurry, keep your head down and eyes off the […]

I know, Dad – Travel Tips

As I am studying abroad in Barcelona this semester, I feel it’s appropriate to write my first “I know, Dad” piece on advice I have gotten from my father about traveling.  Barcelona is royalty in the kingdom of pickpocket artists so if you haven’t traveled much there are a few basics you need to know […]

I Know, Dad

My dad is an old-school baby boomer with an opinion on everything, and while I don’t always agree with him, there is always value in what he has to say.  He constantly offers my sister and I what we jokingly refer to as little “life lessons” (often accompanied by some relevant story for which we […]