You can’t just sit around and wait for inspiration to strike. You have to go out and find it.
Spice up your Fourth of July with this historic, oddly-named punch.
You might even have a really nice place, once you can see it without all of that clutter in the way.
If you were given $30,000, what would you buy?
8 Not-So-Obvious Places in Your Apartment You Need to Clean So You Don’t Gross Out the Women in Your Life
Cleaning the clutter off of surfaces and emptying the dishes in the sink ain’t enough.
We all get started on a life template handed to us by society. The question is are you happy? And if not, why are you continuing to live that way?
Shoes make the man. We’ve heard over and over that wearing sharp shoes is important. Whether you can tell much about a man by how often he shines his shoes or not, wearing the right pair will define how you look overall. Unfortunately sometimes landlords care more about rent then their tenant’s shoe quality. No [...]
As we get older, we stop being told what to do and are forced to make ourselves take action. It can be hard, especially since not doing anything is so…easy. Here are 10 simple ways for growing your personal discipline.
A place a man can feel like a gentleman.
Pets can change your life in good ways you can’t even imagine. Unfortunately, there are also unique lifestyle changes too. Get briefed before you adopt.
Spice up those empty walls with this free downloadable print.
Because getting up shouldn’t be the hardest part.
Ordering regular black coffee is really a crap shoot: it could be burned, weak, or sitting for a few hours. To get a fantastic cup of joe that’s full of flavor and not too bold, try an Americano.
The shared sensation of anxiety during an uncomfortable moment…it’s all in your head.
Modern-day Renaissance man and the former chiseled face of the American punk rock band Black Flag, writes to Primer readers a hardened, intimidatingly eloquent call to action.
Don’t let indecision keep you from your list of fun!
Instead of going back to watch television classics like The Sopranos or Lost, consider doing something high-school you would never have done: reading a 100+ year old book.
Investigating six inexpensive offerings of the Emerald Isle.
Not even Superman can do it all himself. Get to the Hall of Justice and plan your own league for life.
The trick to getting more done is tricking yourself to do more. Establish which one of these excuses you’re falling back on, and you’ll become more productive.
Surprisingly, those closest to you are the ones you shouldn’t share your political views with…at least over the holidays.
It’s free, and you’ve probably got one sitting around.
Great men throughout history have sequestered themselves in rugged and gentlemanly studies. We may not have a study (hell, barely a bedroom at this point) but we can still create a place that feels cultured and thought-out.