Jake DiMare went looking for sailing and found so much more.
Jake DiMare lives in Boston, Massachusetts with his fiancee Jackie. In addition to writing for the Good Men Project, Jake is a digital strategist managing large scale web projects for government, health and higher education clients. When Jake’s not at work he enjoys sailing, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, movies and hanging out with friends. Jake blogs at jakedimare.com and can be found on Twitter @jakedimare
Jake DiMare suspects that Conservatives are probably not so happy with the choice of words used to label this historic change in the way we do health care in the United States now.
Jake DiMare lays bare his insecurities about writing for the Good Men Project, but finds renewed motivation from famous author, Chuck Klosterman.
Jake DiMare takes a look at the male dominated epidemic of suicide through the lens of AMC’s Mad Men.
Searching for lessons in the implosion of 38 Studios only brings Jake DiMare internal conflict and pain.
Jake DiMare throws down harsh criticisms and strong recommendations to those Americans born between 1945 and 1964.
In the wake of firefighter Brian Beckman’s hateful comments regarding Trayvon Martin, Jake DiMare hopes we can separate out the hero from the heroism.
On the anniversary of another controversial Florida case, that of Terri Shiavo, Jake DiMare wonders where are all of the Floridians who held vigil for her life, now that we’re talking about the life of a vibrant young man?
Jake DiMare wonders when John Boehner and his cohorts will drop the sanctimonious act, shut the hell up, and get to work.
Jake DiMare calls out JP Morgan’s wealthy CEO, who claims newspaper employees are overpaid at $44,000 a year.
When you’re suffering from depression, you’re your own worst bully, and when you make a mistake—no matter how small—you drop the hammer on yourself.
“Unhappiness occurs when we obsess about the past or worry about the future. Peace and serenity are found in the present moment.”
After bouncing back from losing everything, this father realized he sacrificed too much time away from his kids during the climb. — Since the day my daughter was born, I promised myself that I would[Read More...]
A dad discovers a common compliment for girls is not as positive as many think. It is a trap. Here is his plan to free his daughter from its grasp.
Guys – are you feeling left out of the “ridiculously silly and impractical” Halloween costume market? Never fear.
One of mine was a movie of inherent and undeniable cheesiness, but the exact kind of sincerely dumb cheesiness that I still adore to this day.
Erin Kelly examines Chris Hayden’s recent decision to publicly reveal the fact he has a disability, despite being US Senator Kay Hagan’s press secretary.
David Perry explains the importance of consistency in teaching skills to his son.
Kenny Fries writes of injuries both physical and spiritual, and “openings” which are simultaneously literal and metaphoric.
James Michael Sama lets women in on 10 things they can stop worrying about, because frankly, men don’t give a damn.
This Kansas City Royals World Series appearance has Brian Harmon daydreaming of the ghosts of Royals past.
Why you should go and see one of the four exhibitions of his work on show around the world.
“All the studies show that the largest illegal downloaders of music are also the largest purchasers of music.” — From Chris Huff, in response to Download This: My Troubled Love Affair with Buying Music: All[Read More...]
Hollywood heavyweight Paul Lazarus shifts gears and draws attention to a mind-bendingly brilliant invention that could save the lives of hundreds of millions.
Using Membership Rewards® from American Express, my family can experience a whole lot of things that might have otherwise been out of reach.
After 1000 punches, 1000 kicks, 500 knees and 500 elbows—every day— Thai Nguyen has an insight or two he’d like to share about fighting.
Jordan Gray was back and forth on whether or not he wanted to have children, so he interviewed 50 fathers to hear what they had to say.
A 12-step guide to surviving infidelity.