Teachers and friends, writers and bosses, lovers and heroes –I lovingly remember and honor the gifts you shared.
DiaryDad’s kids are ready to be part of the conversation; now if only he could see that. I blew it with my kids the one night a little over a year ago… The worst part about it is that I didn’t realize it until after I had started to get mad at them for a situation that […]
DiaryDad shares a story about a “one more” that never was, and why it has changed his outlook on Men’s Health. — The first time I participated in Movember I had some interest in Men’s issues, but mostly I participated because it gave me a “legitimate” excuse to mess around with my facial hair. 4 years ago however […]
You may have the title but do you have their faith in you as a leader. Tim Parsons explores how you may be getting in your own way.
Matt Shumate is a man with a mission. What’s yours?
At first I was deterred, now I know that it gives me a pattern! It means it’s possible!
When your dream of self-employment is threatened, when should you suck it up and work for someone else?
Guys can be productive and live the kind of life they want to live. How are you doing on your goals this year?
What’s inside your junk drawer? My junk drawer is full of empty promises and broken dreams.
View image | gettyimages.com Imagine there was a conspiracy to make a man feel less successful. What would that look like? ––– Here’s what I think: The media would be full of articles about clothes, luggage, furniture, stuff you can’t afford. Coincidentally, advertising would feature these same clothes etc, used by men in ‘everyday situations’ you could only […]
Even if your goals seem out of reach, stay motivated with these five strategies. — We’ve already reached the middle of the year. Did you follow through with your New Year’s resolutions? Have you lost the weight you planned to? Have you been eating better like you promised yourself? Have you been hitting the gym or […]
How to make your dreams a little more substantial, according to Samuel Gentoku McCree.
Reach for the stars—and grab them—with Thomas Fiffer’s four-word mantra.
I’ll feel unbound, and will write in my journal at a bar up the street from the hotel that “it’s nice to be at peace with myself,” that I’ll learn to demand a better life, that I’ll date one boy and then another… and that I really will be alright in the end.