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.
There are two types of people in the world; those who are unprepared when their car strands them with a common ailment, and those who pack a few smart items in their trunk for emergencies. Which are ... [more]
Here's to not getting stranded for an hour on a creepy road at midnight.
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.
Quick: Something bad happens and you need a lawyer, do you know how to work with one? Primer reader and lawyer Scott Kimberly breaks down the process of finding, paying, and working with an attorney.
You always need them when you'd least expect. Now you'll always have them on you whether you're at a bar, a BBQ, or the beach.
Save your arms from looking like tied-up pork loins and opt for this cheap, smart solution.
The framework of your car, explained.
Differential? Drive shaft? Even if you don't work on your own car, you should still understand how it works. Get the low down on what happens when you put the pedal down.
It's free, and you've probably got one sitting around.
Nothing beats French press coffee, but sometimes it's just too involved to make in the morning. Now you can start your day by waking up to a fresh French press pot.
You may not fix it yourself, but at least you know how it works.
Save money, time, and eat healthier. It tastes pretty darn good too.
A simple trick for when you're stuck with an open beer you can't finish until later.
Because your understanding of the alpha, bravo, charlie's shouldn't be limited to your Call of Duty campaign.
Our man goes deep undercover inside one of the most feared requirements our government puts on non-criminal citizens over the age of 18: jury duty.
Quit holding on to, and forcing yourself to live in, old junk.
Things like e-mail and to-do lists made time management easier. Now make them smarter.
The police do an incredibly hard job. Faced daily with the scum of the earth who want nothing more than to hurt others, cops are tasked with trying to stop these folks, and ascertain the truth once ... [more]