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Podcast #280: Why Growing Up Is a Subversive Act

Looking around, there seems to be a dearth of grown-ups in our culture. We put a premium on seeming cool and hip and will spend inordinate amounts of money to retain our youthful looks.

You Can’t Return to Eden

Though one of the first Europeans to explore Tahiti, Louis-Antoine de Bougainville, only stayed on the island for about ten days, he was thoroughly impressed with what appeared to be a true paradise on earth.

The 30-Second Suit Quality Test

When investing in a suit, you generally want one that’s going to look great and last long — a real quality garment.

The Vital 3 Feet to Achievement

Editor’s note: The following selection on “The Vital Three Feet to Achievement” comes from The Technique of Building Personal Leadership (1944) by Donald A.

Podcast #279: Why Exercising in a Group Is the Best Medicine For Vets (and Civilians)

In recent years, several new veterans organizations have popped up to help our men and women in uniform transition from the service to civilian life.

Should You Train When You’re Sick?

You wake up one morning, and you don’t feel very well. Maybe your sinuses are stuffed up, or perhaps you’ve got a little diarrhea.

Podcast #278: The Research-Backed Benefits of Marriage

For many modern men, marriage is seen as an institution that, at best, stifles them or, at worst, sets them up for divorce, and as a result, financial and emotional ruin.

Why the Secret of a Happy, Successful Marriage Is Treating It Like a Bank Account

In the first few years of a relationship, you and your beloved’s brains are bathed with a heady cocktail of chemicals that make you feel positively high for each other.

Manvotional: Simplicity Is a State of Mind

From The Simple Life, 1903 By Charles Wagner When one passes in review the individual causes that disturb and complicate our life, by whatever names they are designated, and their list would be long, they all lead back to one general cause, which is this: the confusion of the secondary with the essential.

Podcast #277: Krav Maga – The Self-Defense System of Israeli Special Forces

Developed for the Israeli military forces and battle tested in real-life combat situations by police and military forces around the world, Krav Maga has gained an international reputation as an easy-to-learn yet highly effective form of self-defense.

How to Treat Frostbite

In a frigid environment, your skin and the tissue just below can start to freeze and crystallize in as little as a few minutes.

Lessons From Walter Cronkite in the Lost Art of Gravitas

Word count: ~10,000 Time to read: ~45 minutes  In ancient Rome, four virtues were considered the chief pillars of excellent manhood and worthy leadership — none of which have a single word in English that entirely encapsulates their full meaning: pietas (duty, religiosity, loyalty), dignitas (dignity, status, influence, prestige), virtus (valor, manliness, excellence, courage, character), and gravitas (weight, seriousness, dignity, importance).

Social Briefing #2: Do Others See You Differently Than You See Yourself?

Social Briefings are short bi-monthly dispatches that offer practical tips to improve your social skills.

Podcast #276: Utopia is Creepy

A few weeks ago, I had futurist Kevin Kelly on the podcast to discuss the technological trends that are shaping our future.

How Millennials Can Overcome Their 6 Biggest Financial Challenges

Last month we made the case for why Millennials could become the next Greatest Generation of personal finance.

Vintage Jiu-Jitsu Lessons From Theodore Roosevelt’s Personal Instructor

Editor’s note: Theodore Roosevelt had a keen interest in martial and combative arts, beginning with boxing as a young man, and later as president — after a blow blinded him in the eye — focusing on wrestling and grappling.

Valentine’s Day Gift Guide 2017

Editor’s Note: This promotional gallery was put together by the gents at Huckberry. There’s only one holiday dedicated to romance, and it only comes once a year, so why not make an extra effort to make Valentine’s Day special, and give your gal a swoon-inducing surprise?

Podcast #275: How Your Climate-Controlled Comfort Is Killing You

Modern technology has provided us with an unprecedented amount of comfort. For example, with just a turn of a dial we can ensure that our homes are always set at a perpetual 71 degrees, even if it’s blazing hot or frigidly cold outside.

Podcast #275: What Doesn’t Kill Us and the Science of Cold Exposure

Modern technology has provided us with an unprecedented amount of comfort. For example, with just a turn of a dial we can ensure that our homes are always set at a perpetual 71 degrees, even if it’s blazing hot or frigidly cold outside.

How to Care for Leather

Men are almost universally drawn to goods made with leather. Wallets, boots, bags, jackets, gloves — all are lent a certain extra attraction when they’re crafted from an animal’s sturdy hide.