You’ve arrived at the campsite with your friends and some cold beer in the cooler, only to realize you left the bottle opener at home.
The need to “discover your authentic self” has become an article of faith in the United States. There are thousands of blogs, books, and seminars that supposedly teach people how to discover who they really are.
It often seems that men and women have never before held such a low opinion of the opposite sex. Women complain that there are no more real men out there, that today’s generation of males are akin to a tribe of rude, crude, lost little boys, who won’t commit and are drifting through life.
Editor’s note: We got the lowdown on car camping gear from the camping experts at Huckberry. Managing Editor Zach Pina has provided a list of his essentials for this season.
Editor’s Note: This guest post by Creek Stewart first appeared at willowhavenoutdoor.com. You never know when you might need natural camouflage.
What happens when a soldier returns from the battlefield? How does a combat veteran transition from the chaos and intense camaraderie that occurs in war to the more placid rhythms of civilian life?
Meet Bill, an average American. The first thing Bill does when he rolls out of bed in the morning is look at his phone.
Have you ever gotten stuck in a conversation with somebody because you didn’t know how to end it smoothly?
Last year, we ran a series of articles extolling the virtues and eliminating the myths of the skilled trades.
Summer is coming to an end, and to celebrate, we’ve put select items into the clearance section in the AoM Store.
What would you say to a person who told you that you could retire at age 30, never have to work again, and still live a comfortable life, all on a normal salary and without winning the lottery?
A stroll in the woods is nearly always an enjoyable endeavor; what’s not so enjoyable is discovering a red, itchy rash the next day.
A few years ago, we highlighted the manly last words of 16 men. Since then, we’ve discovered many more intriguing, poignant, badass, or just plain virile utterances given right before a man stepped into the abyss of the great beyond.
Back in 2013 when I published the results of my testosterone-boosting experiment, I got chided by many commenters for recommending a diet high in cholesterol and fat.
While it might not seem so at first blush, the history of the bachelor in America is complex and truly fascinating.
This year we finished up a series on how more men should check out the trades as a viable career path.
Last week’s winner was Tina G. from Phoenix. She chose the United States of Awesome wood print. Awesome indeed.
Editor’s Note: Though Winston Churchill had a magnificent adulthood, and said he had become “happier every year since I became a man,” he still looked back on his twenties as the most resplendent period of his life.
The day for many Americans goes something like this: wake-up; check phone for texts, emails, and Instagram updates; eat while surfing the web on the smartphone; shower and get dressed; drive to work while listening to a podcast; spend work dividing attention between actual work, websites on the desktop computer, and apps on smartphone; go home and listen to another podcast during the commute; grab a bite to eat; watch some DVRed TV while surfing web and apps on smartphone; go to sleep.
Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Brock McGoff. Are you a short man? Are you smaller than most other men?