As the end of wedding season comes into sight, I reflect on a lesson that was set in stone for me while partying in Atlantic City. It’s an important nightlife rule that can help any man survive an experience with a bachelorette party. This time-honored (and stupid) tradition will be around for years to come [...]
The summer is the perfect time for parties. I’m talking about the kind of house parties and barbecues where the place is overflowing with people of all types. You may actually only recognize a handful of faces, but you still feel like you’re among friends. These are the summer nights you dream about. These are [...]
This guest post was written by Peter Cailloux, who writes most of the time at Pete Just Happened.
Being a man means being honest with yourself, with your family, with others – even strangers. Especially when those strangers are driving cars and you’re [...]
I’m a man. I know I’m a man. I’m manly. I feel manly. I own the manliness I feel. It defines me.
What I’ve been trying to figure out, though, is what it is that makes me a man. What makes me feel manly. That sense of manliness that I own – what is it? [...]
Last year I started reading the blog, Art of Manliness. It’s full of solid content about men and manly things, and one of my favorite articles was about places to meet women besides of bars and clubs. I found it enlightening, since we often [...]
The other weekend, I made a pit stop at ACE Hardware to pick up a few items for my place. The big purchase was a second drying rack for my laundry. Then it dawned on me: How did I become a guy who needs two drying racks to do laundry?
Well, as a video editor [...]
Real quick post today, that, although originally unrelated to today’s festivities, felt appropriate to hold over the weekend for this morning. Have had a song running through my head just about daily for the last week or two.
Try a Little Tenderness was originally by the inimitable Otis Redding, though, to be [...]
This entry is the final in a series of twelve daily posts, reflecting on the twelve days of my trip with my father to Israel in September 2011…
Stayed at the kibbutz, at Rina’s last night, though didn’t sleep. Drove to the airport [...]
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