Thanksgiving is this week here in the United States. Over the years we’ve published a myriad of articles on how to make your Thanksgiving a holiday truly worth celebrating.
The very first article I wrote and published on Art of Manliness nearly six years ago was “How to Shave Like Your Grandpa.” It’s a primer on traditional wet shaving using a safety razor and badger brush.
The Light of Stars From Voices of the Night, 1839 By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow The night is come, but not too soon; And sinking silently, All silently, the little moon Drops down behind the sky.
Today I talk to famous motivational speaker Tony Robbins about his new book Money: Master the Game. Tony and I talk about what he learned after interviewing the world’s most successful investors, and how average joes can apply those insights in their own life. Money: Master the Game isn’t your typical “Think and Grow Rich” personal finance book.
Editor’s note: This is a guest post from an author who would prefer to remain anonymous. It will feel like ferret-legging.
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The Western-style riding boot is somewhere between folk art, pop culture, and functional clothing. Actors have worn them, and so have Presidents — and for that matter, so have actors who became Presidents.
Awhile back, survival expert Creek Stewart of Willow Haven Outdoor decided to take a break from teaching his usual, realistic survival skills to have some fun.
Back in October I had the pleasure of attending the ITS Tactical Muster, during which I learned several awesome manly skills.
For the last couple of weeks we’ve been exploring the subject of shyness. In our first post, we talked about the nature of shyness and its symptoms.
Editor’s Note: Benjamin Franklin was one of the most quotable men in history. Everyone knows his famous sayings like “God helps them who help themselves,” and “Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise.” But his vast body of writings contain many fantastic bits of sagacity that aren’t as commonly noted. Below I’ve compiled some of my favorite, lesser known pearls of old Ben’s wisdom.
Benjamin Franklin was the quintessential self-made man. From humble beginnings, he rose to become a successful printer, scientist, musician, and author.
In honor of Veteran’s Day last week, in today’s podcast I talk to a retired solider who also received the U.S.
With winter fast approaching, many people — myself included — are thinking about ways to not only keep the house warm, but also save a few bucks while doing so.
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Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Josey Orr. In 1884, when my great-great-great-grandfather Mayer Pollock was 25 years old, he came to Philadelphia from Russia.
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Making an axe handle is an old skill from long before you could purchase a pre-finished handle from the hardware store.
Last week we began a three-part series on how to overcome shyness — a feeling of social anxiety and discomfort that can hold us back from forming warm relationships, reaching our goals, and just enjoying life in general.
“Consider the reality of today’s job market. We have a massive skills gap. Even with record unemployment, millions of skilled jobs are unfilled because no one is trained or willing to do them.