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Work, Command, Create: Tips on Hustling, Leadership, and Hobbies from Winston Churchill


Note: In yesterday’s Churchill School of Adulthood lesson, we offered examples from Winston’s life as to how he embodied artist Constantin Brancuși’s maxim that to live a fulfilling, flourishing life, one must “Work like a slave; command like a king; create like a god.” Because the takeaways of that lesson were so numerous and important, we’ve given them a separate article.

Things Every Man Should Have in His Car: An Illustrated Guide


When I was growing up, I noticed that my dad kept his car well-stocked with supplies. A lot of the equipment was for his job busting poachers as a game warden, but most of the things were for emergency situations.

The Churchill School of Adulthood – Lesson #7: Work Like a Slave; Command Like a King; Create Like a God


“If ever there was a Renaissance man, he was it. In the age of the specialist, he was the antithesis, our Leonardo.

The Weekly Huckberry Giveaway: Valentine’s Day Edition!


After the success of our Art of Manliness holiday shops with Huckberry, a couple years ago we decided to help guys out with Valentine’s Day as well.

How to Rebuild and Repair Vintage Snowshoes


For the traveling modern man, snow is an inconvenience. We brush it off our cars, blow it off our driveways, and plow it off our roads; we jump in our vehicles and away we go, a little more careful and ten minutes late for work.

How to Plan Your Week [VIDEO]

If you’re reading this in an email, click here to watch the video.  Looking to gain a bit more perspective and control over your life?

Podcast: West Point 1915 With Michael Haskew


West Point’s graduating class of 1915 produced some of America’s greatest military leaders including Dwight Eisenhower and Omar Bradley.

The Churchill School of Adulthood – Lesson #6: Don’t Be Afraid to Start a Family


Of the many “contradictions” of Churchill’s life, one of the most interesting is that while he loved high-flying adventure, and relished danger, risk, and excitement, he was also, as a friend put it, “tremendously domestic.” Nothing gave him more happiness and satisfaction than his family, and while he loved traveling the world, he could sincerely say that “A day away from Chartwell is a day wasted.” Yet the more one looks at his life, the less contradictory these two impulses seem.

How to Travel Around the World With Just a 20lb Backpack


All images taken by Dave Danzeiser. Editor’s note: This is a guest post by David Danzeiser. I hung up the phone with the travel agent.

America’s Miracle Meat: The Story of Spam (+ 3 Recipes)


Nowadays when you hear the word “spam,” you probably think of the unwanted emails you get from unknown sources soliciting you for money and information.

How to Talk About Your Unconventional Background in a Conventional World


Do you ever struggle to describe your unique background? Do you have trouble explaining about certain not-so-flattering work history in a way that sounds believable?

WWII Workout Week: Posture Training


Editor’s note: This week we’re publishing excerpts from FM 21-20, an Army field manual from 1946 that includes the physical training program used by GIs during WWII.

Art of Manliness Podcast #97: Physically Cultured With Bert Sorin


If you’ve played college or high school sports or served in the military, you may have used Sorinex strength training equipment.

The Philosophy Behind Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu [VIDEO]

If you’re reading this in our newsletter, click here to watch the video. Today we continue our video series on an introduction to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with Rener Gracie of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu.

The Weekly Huckberry Giveaway: January 16, 2015


Last week’s winner was Nigel from Wenatchee, WA. He chose the Roo Hammock for camping trips with his family – enjoy!

WWII Workout Week: Running and Grass Drills


Editor’s note: This week we’re publishing excerpts from FM 21-20, an Army field manual from 1946 that includes the physical training program used by GIs during WWII.

10 Tips for Successfully Working from Home


The rise of the digital age has allowed more and more people to work remotely and to start businesses in the comfort of their own homes.

WWII Workout Week: Guerrilla Exercises


Editor’s note: This week we’re publishing excerpts from FM 21-20, an Army field manual from 1946 that includes the physical training program used by GIs during WWII.

The Churchill School of Adulthood — Lesson #5: Don’t Give Up Your Sense of Adventure


All his life, William Manchester writes, Churchill loved to look at maps, “as much for their utility as for their ability to stoke his imagination.

WWII Workout Week: The Strength Course


Photo source: IHPRA Editor’s note: This week we’re publishing excerpts from FM 21-20, an Army field manual from 1946 that includes the physical training program used by GIs during WWII.


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