Joe Rutland in defense of messiness, authenticity and imperfection.
Gurbaksh Chahal thinks it’s time to aim bigger with our resolutions, to step outside our comfort zones, and only make the resolutions we plan to keep.
Showtime thinks it’s the perfect time to walk away from thing habits and behaviors that did not served us well in 2013.
We asked some of our favorite dad bloggers, if they had their way, what would their kids’ pick for their New Year’s resolutions? Here’s what they said…
Brandy and Leoance Williams share their resolutions, as a couple, for the new year. Maybe these will inspire you.
One celebrity whose star will never set is Santa Claus’, and one reason why is that he’ll never be brought low by scandal.
Dillan DiGiovanni is a coach with some new advice about having the perfect body. It will definitely surprise you.
Joanna Schroeder examines evidence that New Year’s resolutions are doomed to fail—and ponders how to succeed at making meaningful change.
Two poems on the future, by elementary school students. It Would Be Neat If With the New Year: “My worn out green sneakers, that’s where my sadness lies.” and Great Future: “I am an awful dentist, but a great cook.”
A bloody forehead, a bad back, and a train wreck later, Joseph Levens’ New Year’s resolution pays off. An excerpt from the Good Men Project book.
Losing his father at age nine fractured Thomas Fiffer’s heart, but he found his way back to wholeness.
What if aliens came and observed our sexual behavior today? Would they think our acts are for procreation alone, or rather an act of love?
This shirtless guy loves hip hop, and his dancing dog does, too!
In an effort to raise awareness Novick has created a documentary called “Don’t Look Down on Me,” which he hopes will help people to understand what life is like for those people who are living with dwarfism.
When a child makes the decision to transition, it’s not an overnight process, as Todd Greenwood discovered. There are many steps, some tiny, some gigantic.
It’s a sad day when the word Rape tossed around the playground and you have to explain what it means
August 11 would have been Michael Brown’s first day of college. Here’s how the media is more concerned with the story of Michael Brown, and less so about his life.
Painting your front door doesn’t sound that difficult, does it?
Charles J Orlando asks the age old question.
Thai Nguyen vows to stop being a bystander when it came to a broken relationship with his dad.
Dr. Vibe host a panel of black men from the United States and Canada where they give their thoughts about the death of Michael Brown and the events in Ferguson, Missouri Dr. Vibe gets[Read More...]
Andrew Morrison-Gurza talks about what it means for people with disabilities to see/hear their stories on the big screen.
Allan Mott quickly discovered that the average middle-of-the-night customer at a sex shop isn’t a creep, but just a normal lonely guy.
You’ve heard it before, but here’s how to use the power of words to make it more effective. Because the last thing you need is another monkey on your back.
Charles J. Orlando points out the flaws in a popular movie genre.
Emotions don’t respond to pain the way the body does. Understanding that can prevent a ton of heartache.
Seth Trent explains how the suburban fantasy is moving aside to allow for a different definition of success.