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The 3 Families Every Young Man Needs to Grow Up Well

Humans are social beings. For most of history, we lived together in small tribes made up of extended families.

Manvotional: The Supreme Charity of the World

“The Supreme Charity of the World” From The Kingship of Self-Control, 1901 By William George Jordan True charity is not typified by an almsbox.

The Always/Sometimes/Never Sunglass Matrix: An Illustrated Guide

Sunglasses. They’re a small accessory that evoke a bunch of questions as to how and when you should wear them, and how you should stash ’em.

The Weekly Huckberry Giveaway: July 24, 2015

Last week’s winner was Brian D. from St. Petersburg, FL. He chose the classic shades from Randolph Engineering.

The Unexpected Upside of a Lean Season

Editor’s note: This article first appeared at It’s fair to say that many people go through at least one season of financial difficulty sometime in their lives.

Podcast #124: Self-Discipline & Personal Effectiveness With Rory Vaden

A few months ago I was talking to AoM food man Matt Moore when he brought up his friend Rory Vaden. Rory founded a multi-national coaching and consulting company that helps organizations and individuals improve their sales performance.

Asking a Woman On a Date: Should You Call or Text?

You meet a special gal at a party and you really hit it off. At the end of the night, you got her phone number and parted ways.

How to Make a 3-in-1 Plyometric Box

I’m a big fan of plyometric exercises. They’re designed to increase speed, power, and explosiveness and are a great supplement to your regular strength training routine.

Say Yes to Life: An Accessible Primer on Nietzsche’s Big Ideas

Friedrich Nietzsche introduced several ideas into Western philosophy that have had a huge influence on the culture of the 20th and 21st centuries.

Podcast #123: StrongFirst & Kettlebell Training With Eric Frohardt

If you’ve been reading the site for awhile, you’re likely familiar with Eric Frohardt. He’s the former U.S.

The Weekly Huckberry Giveaway: July 18, 2015

The winner of our last Huckberry giveaway a few weeks ago was Patrick F. from Savoy, IL. He chose a nice button-up shirt from Freenote Cloth.

The Power of Morning & Evening Routines [VIDEO]

Do you want to be more productive and less stressed? Then you, my man, need to bookend your day with a morning and evening routine.

How to Make 4 Common Furniture Repairs

Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Joshua Klein. Earlier this week, I explained why every man should know how to repair his own furniture, and offered some tips for mitigating the need for such mending.

A Primer on Friedrich Nietzsche: His Life and Philosophical Style

“What does not kill me makes me stronger.” “Eternal recurrence.” “Übermensch.” “God is dead.” Even if you don’t know much about philosophy, you’ve likely heard these terms and phrases before, as well as the name of their originator: Friedrich Nietzsche.

4 Reasons You Should Learn How to Repair Your Own Furniture

Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Joshua Klein. Every man should learn how to repair his furniture.

The Best Damn Guide to Men’s T-Shirts on the Internet

When it comes to t-shirts and style, opinions often fall into two camps. There are those men, the vast majority of them, who see tees as a wardrobe staple that is appropriate for nearly every occasion, and can be worn with little to no thought.

6 Tips for Gym Newbies

When we did a survey last year asking readers what subjects they’d like to see AoM cover, one of the requests that popped up a few times was more beginner fitness articles.

The Do More Pull-ups Routine [VIDEO]

If you’re reading this in an email, click here to watch the video.  Want to include pull-ups in your workout routine but can’t even do just one stinking pull-up?

A Prescient Prophecy from 1952 on How We’re Turning Into Blobs

When I was 11 or so, my family made our annual road trip from OKC to Albuquerque to see my grandpa for Thanksgiving.

Podcast #122: Pirate Hunters With Robert Kurson

Few subjects in history are as fascinating and compelling as pirates, and no dream is as romantic as discovering a real sunken pirate ship and its long forgotten treasure. It is perhaps no wonder then, that after discovering a lead on some possible wreckage, two modern treasure hunters risked hundreds of millions of dollars and even their personal lives to find it. Pirate Hunters: Treasure, Obsession, and the Search for a Legendary Pirate Ship by Robert Kurson recounts the story of these two men and their epic quest.