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The Art of Manliness

3 Ways to Make DIY Waterproof Matches

3 Ways to Make DIY Waterproof Matches

Any backpacker or backcountry explorer knows that having the right tools to start a fire is an absolute necessity when you’re out in the wild. If you opt for matches, it’s critical that you have a way
Podcast #451: The Daring Escape Artists of WWI

Podcast #451: The Daring Escape Artists of WWI

When you think of wartime prison escapes, what comes to mind? Probably the breakouts attempted by prisoners of war during World War II and the movie The Great Escape. But the escapees of WWII learned
Outfitted & Equipped: A Flint and Tinder Fall

Outfitted & Equipped: A Flint and Tinder Fall

In the last few years, my wardrobe has slowly been taken over by one brand in particular: Flint and Tinder. Just about every day, you can find me in at least one piece made by them — be it pants, a
The 7 Habits: Sharpen the Saw

The 7 Habits: Sharpen the Saw

Welcome back to our monthly series that summarizes, expands, and riffs on each of the seven habits laid out in The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey. Every now and then I get into
Movies Every Millennial Dad Should Introduce to His Kids

Movies Every Millennial Dad Should Introduce to His Kids

I’m a Millennial dad approaching middle age. My young kids are finally at the ages (7 and 5 respectively) where they’ve developed an attention span that allows them to watch a film for longer than 20
Movies Every Millennial Dad Should Introduce to Their Kids

Movies Every Millennial Dad Should Introduce to Their Kids

I’m a Millennial dad approaching middle age. My young kids are finally at the ages (7 and 5 respectively) where they’ve developed an attention span that allows them to watch a film for longer than 20
How to Treat Someone for Shock

How to Treat Someone for Shock

Shock occurs when the body’s internal organs aren’t getting enough blood flow. A person can go into shock for a variety of reasons including severe bleeding, vomiting, heart attack, spinal injury, or
Podcast #450: How to Make Time for What Really Matters Every Day

Podcast #450: How to Make Time for What Really Matters Every Day

Do your days seem like a continuous blur of busyness, and yet you don’t seem to get much done, nor remember much about how you spent your time? As a former employee of Google, my guest today worked on
How to Give a Gift to a Woman

How to Give a Gift to a Woman

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Candace Moody. Men have been giving gifts to women since the first Neanderthal offered his crush a polished wolf femur. In the millennia that have followed,
Podcast #449: Faster and Cheaper Alternatives to College

Podcast #449: Faster and Cheaper Alternatives to College

Every year the cost of a four-year college degree goes up, forcing young people to take on massive amounts of student debt for an education that often doesn’t even prepare them well for the jobs of
Why Every Young Man Should Play a Team Sport

Why Every Young Man Should Play a Team Sport

Some of my best memories from my childhood and teenage years involve my participation in team sports. I played baseball and basketball during elementary and middle school, and football all through
Podcast #448: Your Son Isn’t Lazy — How to Empower Boys to Succeed

Podcast #448: Your Son Isn’t Lazy — How to Empower Boys to Succeed

Do you have a teenage boy who struggles in school? Or do you have a younger son who you can imagine struggling in school as he gets older? He may be an otherwise capable young man, but seems apathetic
A Peek at The Strenuous Life: October 2018

A Peek at The Strenuous Life: October 2018

Last year we launched The Strenuous Life: an online/offline platform that’s like a scouting program for grown men. Each month, members receive The Strenuous Life Bugle, a newsletter that highlights
How to Ram Through a Vehicular Roadblock

How to Ram Through a Vehicular Roadblock

You’re cruising down a narrow road when you see two cars parked across it, blocking your path. It seems to be some kind of checkpoint or barricade. What should you do? If it’s an official police or
Podcast #447: On Grand Strategy

Podcast #447: On Grand Strategy

The ancient Greek poet Archilochus said, “A fox knows many things, but a hedgehog one important thing.” The original meaning of the quote has been lost to the mists of time, but my guest today argues
The Libraries of Famous Men: Bruce Lee

The Libraries of Famous Men: Bruce Lee

When you picture Bruce Lee, what do you see? Probably an explosive series of kicks, punches, and kung-fu moves that could take out an entire gang of bad guys. What you likely don’t picture is a man
Manvotional: Simple Needs

Manvotional: Simple Needs

From The Simple Life, 1903 By Charles Wagner The destruction of happiness, independence, moral fineness, even of the sentiment of common interests — such is the result of the reign of needs. A
What to Do When You Encounter a Moose in the Wild

What to Do When You Encounter a Moose in the Wild

It’s easy to let worries about encountering big animals in the wild center on creatures like bears, mountain lions, and wolves. But, a bad meeting with a moose can have dire consequences, and is in
Podcast #446: How Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Will Make You a Better Man

Podcast #446: How Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Will Make You a Better Man

In the 1980s, when people signed up for a martial art, they probably joined a karate or taekwondo school. Today? They’re probably signing up for a roll on the mat in a Brazilian jiu-jitsu class. And
The Monthly Huckberry Giveaway: October 2018

The Monthly Huckberry Giveaway: October 2018

Below you’ll find some of my favorite recent offerings from Huckberry. Enter the giveaway to win any of these items, or anything else available in their store (up to a value of $500). My Picks This