A breakdown of exactly what you should do every day to build muscle, shed fat, and feel awesome.
A moment of silence for a fallen friend.
Impress your friends and family or at the very least, get a good night's sleep.
A visual glossary to the other half of a watch's appearance.
Don't mourn the death of your favorite sweater because it's started to pill.
If you don't control your mind, you are a victim of it. Meditation has endured over thousands of years, with no shortage of scientific studies confirming its effectiveness.
Learn how to store your cocktail fruit like oranges, lemons, and limes.
Tennessee attorney Scott Kimberly breaks down the vitals on what could potentially be one of the most important documents in a man's life: the prenuptial agreement. Learn what they are, who they're ... [more]
An incredibly well-done instructional video produced for Chevrolet by Jam Handy in 1937.
No luggage fees, no wrinkles, more stuff. Learn how to properly pack a suitcase.
Get perfectly diced onions fast with this simple technique.
We've been so scared into thinking credit cards are dangerous that we've forgotten what a powerful and integral tool they can be.
A great, easy to understand video on the speed square, which combines the functions of the try square, framing square, and combination square into one essential carpenter’s marking tool.
Because when it's lost or stolen, you'll be damn glad you did.
Delicious, home-cooked meals that are ready the minute you get home.
These days a buck or two just isn't going to cut it.
Has it ever occurred to you that maybe it's them, not you?
Your first place is an adventure – make sure it’s a good one.
First-time dad and Primer contributor Chris Reed gives us the lowdown on the longest 9 months of your life.
Up your handyman know-how with these 10 simple but extremely effective tricks.
Inspired big thinkers who altered the course of the country for the better.
You spent a ton of money on an engagement ring, now she's called it off and you've gone separate ways...do you have a right to get it back?
Cleaning the clutter off of surfaces and emptying the dishes in the sink ain't enough.
There's a content revolution...now if we can just figure out how to find something to watch.