Super Bowl, Schmuper Bowl: Life Is Not a Spectator Sport. Play More. Watch Less.

Terry Lancaster has some life-changing advice to offer, just in time for Super Bowl Sunday.

Is Your Relationship Too Serious?

To improve your relationship, Daniel Dowling believes you should play around more … with your partner, of course.

‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ is a Golden Opportunity for Fathers

3 ways to bond with your kids while enjoying the new blockbuster.

Can Johnny Come Out And Play?

Jon Stolpe examines the need for unstructured play.

A LEGO City is Under Attack. Who Will Save the Day?

Beautiful animated fantasy of a young boy and his LEGO’s.

How To Recharge Your Relationship From The Inside Out

Jordan Gray says that rest, play, and independence recharge your relationship faster than anything else. Find out how.

How To Cultivate Your Darker Sexual Energy

Jordan Gray went on a journey to discover his fully expressed sexual self and became a better man in the process.

Henning Mankell Died. Who? The Genius Who Wrote ‘Wallender’.

Henning Mankell is dead. Not a meaningful death to many of you. But worthy of note and a bowed head to those to read mysteries — or saw the magnificent “Wallender” series.

Child’s Play

For Andrew Newton, work/life balance used to be all work. So what changed?

9 Ways You Know Your Sex Is Exceptional

Rather than some straight line to a destination, think of exceptional sex more like a pot of home-made soup and how it gets more flavorful, aromatic and nutritious with each added ingredient and spice.

My #Filthiest Play from Maytag Gives You a Chance to Win Big

Alex Yarde encourages his children to play dirty. And if yours do too, you can enter for a chance to win a grand prize trip to the World Series, plus a Maytag Top Load Washer and Dryer.

Make the Last Days of Summer With Your Kids Count

Summer’s nearly over and school’s around the corner. So make the most of playtime with your kids.

Race to Nowhere

“In nature, formal schooling has no function.”

Sacred Archetypes of Modern Masculinity: The Divine Child

The Divine Child rejects the cold, stiff version of masculinity that leaves no room for play, emotion, or innocence.

The Couple That Plays Together Stays Together

Shockingly, it helps a relationship if you begin as friends. Who knew?

Why Men Need to Play

Duncan Alldridge explores men’s inherent need for play as part of healthy masculinity.