How to Dress For a Job Interview Dec28

How to Dress For a J...

Dressing appropriately for a job interview is always important, but even more so in a tight job market. As a candidate, it is your responsibility to do everything you can to stand out from the other job applicants. It might seem silly to suggest that something as simple as polishing your...

How To Iron A Shirt Dec28

How To Iron A Shirt

You may find that your closet is full of good clothes, and yet you still do not get the response you look for, whether it be from colleagues, women or the man at the bank. Perhaps your clothes are not of the highest quality, but you simply want to present them at their best. Ironing your...

How To Polish Shoes Dec28

How To Polish Shoes

Polishing your shoes can set you apart from others. People subconsciously (sometimes even CONSCIOUSLY) judge you based on not only the type of footwear you sport, but also the general level of care you put into that footwear. While it is true many men do not wear dress shoes on a daily basis,...

How to do Laundry Dec28

How to do Laundry

There are as many fabrics and methods for doing laundry as there are types of beer at the liquor store. This article is intended as a primer, and not as a definitive directory of clothing care. We are not responsible for any shrinking, staining, or damage of any type to clothing that may...

Mind The Little Details Dec28

Mind The Little Deta...

Queer eye for the Straight Guy? We don’t have to go quite that far. However, I do notice a lot of poorly dressed, misshapen and sloppy men out in the world today. Many guys don’t seem to understand that the smallest details make the biggest difference in your appearance. From...

The Most Influential...

Recently another men’s website made some press by announcing its list of the 49 most influential men for 2009. Topping the list was the fictional philanderer Donald Draper. I’m a huge fan of AMC’s hit TV show Mad Men, and I love the character of Donald Draper. He’s...

Michael Phelps

  You can’t put a limit on anything. The more you dream, the farther you get. ~Michael Phelps I’m sure all of you saw this quote on the front page of this site. I chose it on Sunday August 17th, 2008 after he won his 8th gold medal at the Beijing Olympics and became the most...

My Favorite Christma...

One of the great Christmas traditions in my house is the stack of Christmas DVD’s that get watched every year. I find that watching these movies is a great way of reflecting on the past year, the choices that we’ve made, and the things that we’ve done. Sitting down with some...

Motivation

What is it, and where does it come from? Does it come from within us, or is it external? Is it simply a desire to improve ourselves, or do men simply want the things that an improved self brings – money, power, and women? Do we work out to be stronger, or to impress our mates? Or do we...

The Benefits of NASA

As a child I was always infatuated with the concept of space and space travel. Growing up, I envisioned myself becoming an astronaut and exploring the universe – a mixture of Captain Picard, Marc Garneau, and Jacques cousteau. I remember with vivid details the Challenger accident, and...

Breakdown on the Int...

In my day job as a Salesperson, I do a lot of driving. I average over 700 miles a week, and its not uncommon to hit 1500 miles. I usually have a decent sized tool kit with me, as well as maps and of course my cell phone. Becuase of this, and because I try to be a helpul guy, I will often pull...

The Bird Flu

I discovered online today that the Bird Flu has struck the UK – Scotland to be precise. Well, that sucks. The poor UK just can’t seem to get a break with the animal diseases. First they had Mad Cow, which strangely came from the sheep. Now they’ve got the Bird Flu moving in...