Last week the McKay clan ventured to Vermont for a week-long vacation. It was our second family vacation with kids, and our first with Scout, who is a little over a year old.
Have you ever met someone new, and almost immediately realized you had made a bad first impression? Maybe you made an off-color joke, were obviously inebriated, or came on too strong.
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When I’m reading about the life of Theodore Roosevelt – writer, soldier, president, explorer – I’m amazed at how much more manly he was than I am, and how much more he did with his life than I’ll ever do with mine.
This episode is brought to you in part by OriginalStitch.com. Visit OriginalStitch.comto check out an entirely new way to buy a shirt for the modern man and and get $20 OFF with code ‘ARTOFMAN’ In this episode I talk to writer J.
Last week’s winner was Travis C. from Durham, NC. He chose the Apolis Wool Chore Jacket — an excellent choice for the coming fall and winter.
“Clear eyes. Full hearts. Can’t lose!” Who can forget Coach Taylor’s immortal mantra from the epic TV show, Friday Night Lights.
Pizza has long been one of man’s best friends. Crispy, cheesy, melty, meaty — it’s a winning proposition all around.
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from MovNat founder Erwan Le Corre. Fitness, as we know it today, seems to be a relatively modern invention – something that started vaguely in the 70s with jogging and Jazzercise.
If you’ve ever thought about buying a leather jacket, you know it’s not a simple proposition. There are a lot of options out there — and many of them are questionable.
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Khaled Allen. I hadn’t seen another human being all day, I was miles from my car, and the sun was going down, but I wasn’t even thinking of going back.
Whenever we publish an article about a basic life skill, we invariably get a comment from someones that says “Gee, it’s so sad that such common sense has to be taught on the internet.
This episode is brought to you in part by OriginalStitch.com. Visit OriginalStitch.com to check out an entirely new way to buy a shirt for the modern man and and get $20 OFF with code ‘ARTOFMAN’ In this episode, I talk to author and New York Times columnist Bruce Feiler about his book The Secret of Happy Families. If you enjoyed our series on creating a positive family culture, you’ll enjoy this podcast, as Bruce’s book served as an inspiration for the series.
Last week’s winner was Anthony from Milwaukee, WI. He chose the Millwright boots made by Woolrich. My Picks This Week We’ve featured the meat bars from EPIC before, and now they’ve come out with a new product: the Hunter Gatherer pack.
I’m a big fan of old cop and detective shows. One of my favorites is The Rockford Files that aired in the 1970s and starred the legendary James Garner as private detective Jim Rockford. The Rockford Files was famous for the car chase scenes in which Rockford would race down bad guys in his Firebird Esprit.
Loving relationships are the most important factor in a man’s happiness, success, and ability to live a fully flourishing life.
There are many skills fathers should pass on to their children: how to ride a bike, how to skip a stone, and of course, how to make a paper airplane.
John Boyd is described by some as the greatest military strategist in history that no one knows. He began his military career as a fighter pilot in WWII, but he slowly transformed himself into one of the greatest philosopher-warriors to ever live.
Were you unhappy with your last haircut? While poor barbering may have played a role, your poor communication likely contributed as well.
In this episode, I talk to Tim Larkin, self-defense instructor and creator of Target Focus Training. We discuss why people need to get comfortable with violence if they want to survive a life-threatening encounter, the difference between anti-social bluff and asocial violence, and how studying the worst people in society can help us become better defenders of ourselves.