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The Secret Life of Walter Mitty Review
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The Secret Life of Walter Mitty Review

by Mike Yarbrough May 01, 2014

Walter Mitty isn’t a manly man. He works in the basement of Life Magazine’s corporate office, processing film negatives in what appears to be a massive, windowless, and well-organized darkroom. If we didn’t have the ability to experience his fantasy filled “zoning out” spells along with him, he would seem to be a ...

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Fireside Topic: How do you manage money?
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Fireside Topic: How do you manage money?

by Mike Yarbrough April 30, 2014

Do you have a realistic budget? Where does your income go? What are your views on debt? These questions and more can help you to determine how you manage money in this week's fireside topic.

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Famous Quotes Poster: Manliness Is Deeds, Not Words – Gandhi
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Famous Quotes Poster: Manliness Is Deeds, Not Words – Gandhi

by Mike Yarbrough April 25, 2014

I want to work on a few of these types of images. I love quotes and working through these in this style really helps them stick. Here is the first one by Gandhi with different variations. Please share it if you like it!

Manliness is Deeds, not Words. Gandhi

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The American Axe
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The American Axe

by Mike Yarbrough April 24, 2014

Regardless of whether you are getting an axe for splitting the occasional firewood, or if you are a serious Jack Pine Savage, it is a manly trait to know this time-honored tool. Here is a brief history of the American axe.

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Fireside Topic: What situations make you feel awkward and unmanly?
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Fireside Topic: What situations make you feel awkward and unmanly?

by Mike Yarbrough April 23, 2014

Every man has a situation where he feels out-of-place, unprepared, unsure, and unmanly. It doesn’t have to be a big event, sometimes it’s the small things in life. Maybe it’s something that has been an issue since you were a boy.

Perhaps we need some knowledge, or some courage, or ...

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When Men Stand Together
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When Men Stand Together

by Mike Yarbrough April 21, 2014

I once regarded the story I am about to share as one of embarrassment. Though, over the years, as I have reflected on it and drawn a particular lesson from it, it has become one of my most cherished memories.

After a few weeks in Naval boot camp we had a pretty ...

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Fireside Topic: Do you celebrate Easter out of tradition or conviction?
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Fireside Topic: Do you celebrate Easter out of tradition or conviction?

by Mike Yarbrough April 19, 2014

“But on the first day of the week, at early dawn, they went to the tomb, taking the spices they had prepared. And they found the stone rolled away from the tomb, but when they went in they did not find the body of the Lord Jesus. While they were perplexed about this, ...

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The Jack Pine Savage
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The Jack Pine Savage

by Mike Yarbrough April 17, 2014

I came across the term Jack Pine Savage in an old copy of The Professional Guide’s Manual (which is an excellent book) and just thought it sounded manly. However, when I began searching for more references to the term I couldn’t find much of anything. There isn’t even a Wikipedia article ...

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Fireside Topic: What tattoo would you get?
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Fireside Topic: What tattoo would you get?

by Mike Yarbrough April 15, 2014

Tattoos aren’t for everyone, but when done well they are pretty darn cool. Part of what holds people back is deciding on a design that is meaningful and will still be meaningful (and not stupid) 20 years from now.

Whether or not you are serious about getting inked, thinking about what ...

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Fireside Topic: How important is college?
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Fireside Topic: How important is college?

by Mike Yarbrough April 09, 2014

Growing up I remember hearing how important college was to get a “good” job. Most of this advice came from older people, grandparents and people with adult children. Many people go to college just because it is the next phase in education, when they really don’t know what they want to do or ...

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Frugality: The Lost Virtue
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Frugality: The Lost Virtue

by Mike Yarbrough April 04, 2014

Frugality doesn’t just deal with money, though that is how we typically think of it. It is a virtue that sees wisdom in contentment, quality, and ingenuity. And, it’s a virtue that we desperately need in the modern age. Here is how frugality has evolved and how you can be frugal today.

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Fireside Topic: How do you find rest?
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Fireside Topic: How do you find rest?

by Mike Yarbrough April 02, 2014

Rest is really important. I don’t mean making sure you catch your full 8 hours of sleep, rather, the restorative kind of rest. How do you find  that kind of rest? In this week's Fireside Topic you can view some questions to help you think through it.

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