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A Citizen’s Bill of Responsibilities


While recently working on a side project where I needed to think through what it meant to be a good citizen, I found to my dismay that my own conception of citizenship was quite hazy.

Podcast #237: Rise of the Sufferfests


For the past several years, you’d be hard-pressed to scroll through your Facebook feed, especially in the summertime, without seeing some of your friends posting pictures of themselves at the finish line of a mud run or obstacle race. Events like the Warrior Dash, Spartan Race, and Tough Mudder have become well-known parts of the modern recreational scene.

Weekend DIY Project: Make a Toddler Activity Board


When it came time for my wife and I to get our son Graham his first birthday present, we were having a hard time coming up with ideas.

The Minimal Wardrobe: The Only 3 Pairs of Shoes a Man Needs


Last month we gave you a rundown of the differences between the nine major types of men’s dress shoes.

How to Make & Use a Tourniquet: An Illustrated Guide


Tourniquets exist in a class of medical techniques associated with wilderness survival and military medicine primarily because they are only used in drastic, uncontrollable circumstances.

Podcast #236: What the Generational Cycle Theory Can Tell Us About Our Present Age


The philosopher Lewis Mumford said that “Every generation revolts against its fathers and makes friends with its grandfathers.” That has certainly been the case in my own life.

Think Better on Your Feet: How to Improve Your Working Memory


This post is brought to you by the 2016 GMC Sierra. Through precision, great trucks and great men are made.

10 People Every Man Should Have in His Rolodex


On top of the desk of a mid-century man, you’d find a few essentials: a fountain pen, a framed family photo, a coffee mug, and, a Rolodex.

Your New Favorite Friend: The 10-Year Hoodie From Flint and Tinder


Back in 8th grade, I acquired my first hoodie. Ever since then, they’ve been a staple in my wardrobe.

Descriptions of Manliness: Philippe Viannay


Editor’s Note: It’s hard to describe manliness in isolation — that is, apart from the flesh and blood men who embody it.

Podcast #235: The Curious Science of War


War has always been a catalyst for technological innovations. There’s nothing that will spur human creativity and ingenuity quite like figuring out how to kill your enemies more effectively, and how to keep them from killing you.

How to Build a Weightlifting Platform


It’s been exactly a year since I started working out in my garage gym and I absolutely love it. Going to the gym is just a trip to my garage and I never have to wait on equipment.

Be a “Regular” Guy: Tips for Improving Your Daily Constitutional


Editor’s Note: This is a guest article from Joey Stone, MD. Poop…hehe. So that is out of the way. Everybody poops.

How to Board Up Your House Before a Hurricane


A man’s home is his castle and natural disasters are the closest thing to an attacking army. When mother nature chooses to exercise her power on your home, there’s little you can do to stop it, especially during storms that include high wind, like hurricanes.

An Introduction to Public Speaking


Public speaking, by definition, has been with us as long as spoken language. Professional instruction in public speaking as a persuasive tool is slightly newer, but only slightly.

Podcast #234: Haggling and Deal Making Advice From a FBI Hostage Negotiator


Negotiation. If you’re like most people who grew up in the West, particularly America, negotiation might make you uncomfortable because it’s not really part of the culture.

When Christianity Was Muscular


Missed the previous installments in this series? Want to catch up and read the entire series, including this last piece in the form of a downloadable ebook?

Manvotional: Life’s Challenge


“Running Away from Life” From Self and Self-management: Essays about Existing, 1918 By Arnold Bennett To take refuge from life is to refuse it.

The Weekly Huckberry Giveaway: September 10, 2016


Last week’s winner was Caleb from Pflugerville, TX. He went with the Bad Bags Backpack Duffel Hybrid.

Podcast #231: How the Ghosts of Tradition Inspired Ancient Military Might


The armies of ancient Greece and Rome have gained legendary status. Both militaries successfully conquered much of the known world in their respective eras.


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