Twice a month, we'll provide a bevy of ideas behind compelling headlines, stories, facts, tips, and tricks to help you nail the many various social interactions you'll encounter. Equipped with this ... [more]
Staying true to yourself will get you what you want, but it won't always be easy.
Self-reflection is the single most important thing you can do to be better than you were yesterday. We'll show you just how easy and unintimidating journaling is.
Two hilarious guys comment on dirty socks and a self-slamming piano.
Kicking off a fun year of giveaways, new features, and a few surprises.
Rugged and refined.
What every man needs to know about living life on his own terms.
Figure out what worked – and what didn't.
How to make yourself the (new) Renaissance Man.
...well I heard something interesting the other day...
Feeling empty inside now that you've finished Will and the gang's second adventure? We've got you covered.
Every month Primer is recognizing a different individual for their accomplishments, cultural significance, and general awesomeness. This month: Ernest Hemingway.
Five stories of craft and commitment.
An easy way to remind Future You to stick to the plan.
So you’ve finally made it: At long last you’re a grizzled veteran of adulthood, and there’s nothing that this universe can throw at you that you haven’t already beaten. Not unless you’re ... [more]
Every month Primer is recognizing a different individual for their accomplishments, cultural significance, and general awesomeness. This month: Frank Gilbreth.
On a recurring basis, Primer likes to shine the spotlight on great, brave, and innovative men who get left out of the history books. In honor of July 4th, we celebrate five courageous souls who helped... [more]
How to keep it together and come out a hero, just in time for peak wedding season.
4 easy steps...number 3 is a doozy.
Got a big goal? Shift your focus to managing your energy and the time crisis will solve itself.
Our most important article ever – with insight from a 9/11 survivor, fire battalion chief, and crisis psychologist.
From concentration camp to presidential suit maker – a story of hard work, dedication, and craftsmanship.
How a surf trip to Nicaragua, a Hail Mary pitch, and cold-calling industry giants helped a tiny company take on the Old Guard of men’s boots.
The reasons you've lost touch may surprise you.