Steven Lake examines how we define the sh*t jobs around the house and who does the clean up.
Vaughan Granier points out that we see everything through the lens of what we were trying to do, and not through the lens of what we actually did.
While it’s the first time in a hundred years that someone from my family hasn’t lived on our road, my wife and I felt it was time to explore and find a new home.
Some people need to get the hell out of their hometowns and others need to get their hometowns the hell out of them.
Life as a missionary kid left Nate Owens without a hometown and longing for stability, bouncing between small Midwest towns and countries overseas.
Bill Murphy swore he would never go back to his hometown that was full of abuse and turmoil. But then something unexpected brought him back.
Richard Krzyzanowski reflects on life in the Windy City: street art love affairs, architecture and personality, and the best tamales that you will ever have.
My magic childhood in California that I spent among redwoods and blackberries will never leave me, even as I leave it.
After being uprooted from South Vietnam for adoption as a baby, Kevin Minh Allen has come to understand “home” as someplace you will eventually leave.
Where is home? Shaky Shergill writes on the place he’d always dreamed about and the home he’s already found.
When men are no longer threatened by the macho idea of manhood that society thrusts upon them, they sometimes change routines in their life.
Austin has changed a lot since I was young, but it is still a great city and a place I love. Keep it real, Texas.
The debates we have about parenting are marked by judgmentalism and paranoia. Enough.
“The wound is the place where the light enters you” ~Rumi (on parenting?) One morning when my older son was 6 year old, he would not get out of bed until 7:45–30 minutes before school[Read More...]
Now and in the future a career in men’s health offers the full package for job seekers.
A train that circumnavigates the world encapsulates it rather well, providing some intriguing social commentary along the way.
An unfortunately-named file attachment carries with it a world of connotations in Ann Clark’s poem about a résumé and aging.
This guy even has his own theme song.
Andrea Lawful-Trainer tells the story of when a business associate told her to tone down her personality.
Alex Yarde looks at Marvel’s recent diversity moves with cautious optimism.
Think music is just for listening purposes? Think again.
Reconnecting with an old friend reminds Thomas Fiffer of his own struggle to regain self-respect.
Brandon Greene is facing a balancing act: doing what’s best for his arriving son while not losing pieces of himself.
What do you need to go from IDK to DIY Hero?
Tony the Tiger: Dude’s grrr-eat. What’s not to love?
This teddy bear just won the internet’s heart.
Tracey Michae’l Lewis-Giggetts watched in horror as a white guy, high as a kite, got away with crashing his car and hiding his drugs right in front of the cops.
What does it look like to the other person when you can’t put your phone down while having a conversation? This video nails it.