There are two types of stressful seasons in life: Those where nothing seems to be happening for a long, frustrating time; and those where it seems like everything changes all at once. In a bizarre way, 2020 managed to feel like both at the same time.
We've been hearing people say they're looking forward to the end of 2020, basically, since March. And while I'm also eagerly anticipating a new phase of positive evolution, I'm also super proud of the incredible work everyone here on the Primer team put out this year.
What we found was 2020 certainly caused some strange new problems for people, but more so, the types of life frustrations we've always tackled here took on new weight.
Living life while dealing with less disposable income than is ideal. How to come to grips with and own the end of relationships or the loss of family members. Discovering how to lift ourselves out of our funks to create the lives we're excited to live. Deciphering the new language of clothing in a Zoom meeting world.
As we all anxiously move toward a new season of positive growth in life, we start by planting those seeds today. Below, we've collected our most popular posts, as well as some of our favorites we're most proud of, from the last 12 months. We hope they're helpful on your path.
Do you know what you're supposed to do when the server shows you the wine bottle at a restaurant? Or how to read a wine list? If you're like most guys, you probably don't, because no one ever teaches ... [more]
There's a reason dogs are known as man's best friend, and it's not because we both love bacon and playing catch. Taking on the responsibility of owning a hound is a big step, but one that nets you a ... [more]