Editor’s note: The following excerpt was included in FM 21-13, an Army field manual published in 1952.
Lots of kids are picky eaters. Maybe you were one growing up, and refused to let anything green touch your lips.
Take a breath right now. Did your chest go up and down? Congratulations, you just failed at breathing.
When your car isn’t starting up on the first turn of the key like it should, it tells you something isn’t quite right.
We all know those collective maxims on success: nice guys finish last; it’s not what you know, it’s who you know; winners never quit.
The word integrity is related to the roots of words like “integrate” and “entire,” and its Latin root means “wholeness.” Integrity thus implies the state of being complete, undivided, intact, and unbroken.
“The Value of Doing” From The Woodcraft Manual for Boys, 1923 By Ernest Thompson Seton Our grandfathers alone in the wilderness, were sufficient unto themselves, for they were true Woodcrafters—they mastered the things about them.
Sure, we could talk about the statistically infinitesimal chance that you’re going to get attacked by a shark (about 1 in 11.5 million), and that the vast majority of shark attacks are non-fatal, and that sharks don’t actually want to eat people, they just get confused sometimes.
Social Briefings are short bi-monthly dispatches that offer practical tips to improve your social skills.
Personal finance can seem intimidating, but the reality is it’s pretty basic — save more than you spend, find ways to earn more, invest for the long-term, and protect your assets.
It’s 2 AM, and you’re lying asleep in bed. Your wife is snuggled next to you, and your young children are slumbering soundly in their respective bedrooms.
You’ve probably heard about the precipitous rise in diagnoses of ADHD in America the past few decades.
“The great object of education is to acquaint the youthful man with himself, to inspire in him self-trust.” –Ralph Waldo Emerson The essence of self-reliance is a commitment to making decisions based on one’s own native instinct, personal values, and primary experience over external advice, cultural conformity, and second-hand information.
Are you tired of starting fitness programs with the best of intentions only to find yourself falling off the workout wagon two weeks later?
One of my favorite things to do in life is to find and hike a trail out in the wilds. I love how a good trail gently leads you through nature.
Editor’s note: Whether for survival purposes or the desire simply to be able to forage and live off the land, knowing how to find and identify wild edible plants is an incredibly valuable skill.
Editor’s Note: This promotional gallery was put together by the gents at Huckberry. With backyard cookout season coming in hot, we’ve put together this Summer BBQ Roundup to help you delight guests when you’re throwing a shindig, and stay cool, comfortable, and looking sharp whether you’re acting as the host, or relaxing as a guest.
Whether we like it or not, first impressions matter. A good or bad first impression can mean the difference between landing the job or getting a polite rejection email; getting a first date or getting ghosted via text. Given the stakes involved, do you know what kind of first impression you make?
Even though the modern world isn’t any more dangerous than it was thirty or forty years ago, it feels like a more perilous place.
Interest in Stoicism has experienced a renaissance in recent years. Yet despite the increasing popularity of this ancient philosophy, misconceptions still abound about it.