Last year we did a series of posts about an analogy that breaks the world into three kinds of people: sheep, sheepdogs, and wolves.
Burgers are on my mind this week. Wednesday was National Burger Day (what, did you miss it again?). And this Labor Day, I’ll be grilling up some juicy patties to enjoy with my family.
Last week’s winner was Brendan from Winterville, NC. He chose the Chavito Chukka boots from Nisolo. My Picks This Week The boots from Chippewa are the definition of tough and durable.
Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Josh Tucker. Good Sir, You are going to die. This is a simple fact.
The ancient Greeks believed that a man’s soul or psyche was made up of three parts: Reason, Appetites, and Thumos.
The story of Jayber Crow could very well be the story of each and every one of us. It’s a character-driven book that follows the life of once-seminarian and now small-town barber Jayber Crow.
Despite the fall of the Roman Empire millennia ago and despite the ubiquitous, worldwide use of Arabic numerals (1, 2, 3, etc.), Roman numerals still pop up regularly in modern society.
Almost every time you meet someone new, there are three questions you will probably have to answer during your conversation: What’s your name?
Once again we return to our So You Want My Job series, in which we interview men who are employed in desirable jobs and ask them about the reality of their work and for advice on how men can live their dream.
“The first rule about fight club is you don’t talk about fight club.” Today we’re gonna break the first rule with aplomb.
Do you feel like you’re crazy busy every day and yet you seem to accomplish very little and don’t make much progress towards your goals?
In today’s episode I talk to Cal Newport, author of the book So Good They Can’t Ignore Ignore You: Why Skills Trump Passion in the Quest for Work You Love.
Last week’s TankFarm giveaway winner was Ed from Minnesota. Two weeks ago our Huckberry winner was Clark from Greenville, SC, and he chose the Windsor Jacket.
Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Justin Hastings of Lean Muscle Project. When you hear the word “diet” what’s the first thing that comes to mind?
Last year when I added an Art of Manliness ball cap to our shop, a bunch of guys said, “Hey! What’s with the flat-billed hat?
From boyhood all the way through my college years I loved playing video games – many a night you could find me mashing the buttons on my controller as I worked my way through the levels of Super Mario Brothers and killed bad dudes in GoldenEye.
In today’s episode I talk to Juliana Schroeder, PhD candidate at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, about our brain’s evolved ability to read the minds of others.
Out of all the articles I’ve written for AoM, I must admit that I enjoyed this assignment the most. You see, I subscribe to the two-hand cooking approach when in the kitchen — right hand for holding tongs, flipping steaks, stirring vegetables, or plating meals, and the left hand to hold my adult beverage of choice.
Last year Jordan Crowder and I visited Razorbacks Barbershop in Long Beach, CA and brought a camera along to document the experience and talk to the owners.
Stan Warren, founder of Requiem Fishing. (Photo courtesy of epictalentmedia.com) Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Stratton Lawrence.