Whether you are on the market or hoping to encourage your spouse, it is good to have an idea of what qualities you value in a woman and why. This week's Fireside Topic discusses some qualities to consider within this concept.
Here is a truth that can be hard to swallow: Circumstances do not dictate our mood. How can they? Our mood is in our mind. We own it. This can be difficult knowledge to work with, but I have for you some advice for mastering your mood based on quotes from some very manly sources.
We often choose to grow in ways that benefit us personally rather than thinking about our friendships and family life. With this week's Fireside Topic, let us consider what you could give up that would make your life, home, or family better, rather than just your self.
It seems that every generation likes to recount the good ol’ days, reminiscing about how things were harder (and that was better) or things were better made and people had more sense. This week's Fireside Topic gets us deciding how things have changed since you were young.
Whether it’s a Christmas tree or kayaks or anything else the principles are the same. No hauling problem is too big for a man who knows a bit of rope work. If you are wondering how to tie down a Christmas tree (or anything else) to the roof of your car, this is the tutorial for you.
I started my own family at age 18 and didn’t bring over any real holiday traditions. So, I love asking other families what they do and seeing if any of their traditions stick for us. Here are a few Christmas traditions you can use with your family.
A few days ago I emailed Ben Hewitt, commending him on his blog, which gives his readers insight into a man and his family that have chosen to give up many aspects of modern life and its ease for the rewards of living off the land. I stated that I too, like so many men, ...
In this week's Fireside Topic, we address who your role models are; you may know of a few people that have had definite influence in your life, but spend some time thinking about the small personality traits you think may be unique and evaluate where those originated.
“Follow the path of the unsafe, independent thinker. Expose your ideas to the dangers of controversy. Speak your mind and fear less the label of ‘crackpot’ than the stigma of conformity. And on issues that seem important to you, stand up and be counted at any cost.” – Chauncey Depew
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