The Final Mo for Movember 2013

 

Another Movember has come and gone. During the month, I raised $150 for cancer research (you can still donate to my Mo Space) and my team raised nearly $50,000.

I began the month by shaving off my facial hair to grow a new Mo during Movember. Here’s how I looked when I started the month:

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I ended the month with a moustache that became the envy of my neighbors (check out my Mid-Month Mo). As the old saying goes, “With great moustache comes great responsibility.” Therefore I decided to put my moustache to good use and try some new careers.

Mocha Einstein

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70s Spokesmodel

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Lost Member of The Time

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Suburban Rick James

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Although I posted these photos for fun, I have a more serious intent. My first Movember post, “Movember 2013: Fighting Cancer for My Friend,” explained why I’m so passionate about eradicating cancer. One of my best friends was fighting colon cancer and I wanted to do all I could to help him beat it. Sadly, he lost the fight on 11/08/2013.  I don’t want anyone else to lose loved ones to cancer. That’s why it’s so important for all men to get regular health exams. Don’t wait until you get sick to visit a doctor. Make it a part of your regular health routine along with eating right and exercising. And let’s keep fighting to make this world cancer-free.

Stay Strong,

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Join the conversation: Which is your favorite look from the photos above?

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Frederick J. Goodall is the founder of Mocha Dad - a parenting website focused on fatherhood. He is passionate about parenting and helping men to be great dads, husbands, and role models. You can contact him at fjgoodall@mochadad.com or on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/mochadad
  1. I’m so sorry about your friend.

    I think these pics are awesome, and can’t decide which one I like best but the “Lost Member of the Time” is up there for sure. #OhEeeOhEeeOh

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