Every month Primer is recognizing a different individual for their accomplishments, cultural significance, and general awesomeness. This month: Ernest Henry Shackleton.
If you have two seconds to spare, we'd like to show you something. It's the rest of your life, plotted out week-by-week until you're dead.
Primer's Guide to Your Next Great Vacation.
Because just turning your brain off isn't the same as relaxing.
By Tanel Jäppinen “Man showers”, “Dudes and diapers” party, “Dad-to-be’s last hurrah”, “Baby-Q” party, Bachelor party 2.0, Dadchelor party… you can call it whatever you...
One of the reasons I started Primer was because I felt like there were a lot of issues I was facing that no men’s...
Carolina or St. Louis? Brisket or Pork shoulder? This summer, navigate the maze of sauce styles, meat cuts, and cooking methods of barbecue.
You have to have something before you can give it away.
Deciphering modern romance.
It isn't what we thought adulthood was going to be. It's better.
Learn how to make friends out of strangers, be more approachable, and expand your social network. Including can't-fail word-for-word scripts.
No pilot? No problem.
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.
A visual glossary to the other half of a watch's appearance.
We all have our highs and lows. In times of stress, anxiety, or exhaustion, we are quick to forgive ourselves for being less than awesome. But the twisted reality is that when times are the worst, ... [more]
When our self-worth is centered entirely on succeeding, we become paralyzed by the possibility of failure. To ever really succeed, we have to learn to see "attempting" as the true success.
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.
An action plan to finally kill your anxiety and stop sucking on the phone.
The ability to portray confidence and connect with others is a skill, not a personality trait.
Jack Busch, like so many people our age, hates talking on the phone. But he's come to realize his phone phobia is holding him back at work and in his social life. He's made a commitment to conquering ... [more]
One of the hardest career decisions you'll ever make: Knowing when it's time (and having the confidence) to leave your first real job.
When a billionaire offers advice about work ethic, luck, and standing out from the crowd, we're all ears.
Everything you need to know to polish, condition, and care for full grain leather, suede, cordovan, and reptile shoes.