Reading On a Rainy Day

We all know reading is great for your kid’s brain. But let’s get to the real appeal: reading is just plain great for dads.

Why Stories Matter: Kids, Storytelling, and Gender Norms

Children’s stories have a major influence on the way kids understand the world.

Challenging Gender Stereotypes through Children’s Books

“Made by Raffi” is a children’s book about a boy who knits, and you’ve got to read it.

What Superheroes Looked Like in 2015

Hint: It’s not what you’re used to.

Finding Time to Read

The simple pleasure of reading often gets forgotten in the daily grind.

7 Bedtime Routines For Greater Intimacy

Jordan Gray says that how you spend your evenings with your partner has a massive ripple effect into the rest of your relationship.

Sometimes Getting Lost is the Best of Things

Quentin Lucas explores storytelling’s roll in his journey into manhood.

Reading (Less) And Doing More

Learning in itself doesn’t yield huge returns. Action is what makes the learning count.

10 Ways to Be a More Creative Man

Want to expand your mind and grow your potential? These practical ideas will show you how

To Read or Not to Read – the Guilt-Free Guide to Choosing

A simple system for feeding your mind what it needs most. — I used to feel guilty about all the books I haven’t read. I would walk into my home or college office and see all those unread books and feel like a loser. The same thing happened when I saw all the unread books […]

A Man’s Guide to Finding True Purpose in Life

These 10 questions help you live and give from your authentic self.

You May Exercise Your Body, but do You Exercise Your Brain?

You may exercise your body, but do you exercise your brain? Staying healthy as a man requires more than just picking stuff up and putting stuff down.

In Dr. Seuss’ Children’s Books, a Commitment to Social Justice that’s Still Relevant Today

With green eggs, Who-hearing elephants, and cats with tall cats, Dr. Seuss’ books teach valuable lessons on racism, prejudice and diversity

Looking for a Summer Reading List? Here You Go

Summer has begun and Jesse Kornbluth has a few suggestions for you that are not your average beach reading.

The Delightfully Short Guide to Reading More Books

Leo Babauta has some suggestions to help you get back to the enjoyment of reading books.