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How to Make an Authentic Philly Cheesesteak at Home

The Philadelphia Eagles might have recently gained a slew of new fans, but the city’s iconic sandwich, the cheesesteak, has always been destined for greatness. I like to think that such distinguished and famed foodstuffs are createdShow More Summary

Podcast #381: The Gift of Failure

If you’re a parent, you likely want your kid to flourish and succeed. And according to my guest today, the best way to do that is to let your kid fail. Her name is Jessica Lahey and she’s a teacher and the author of the book, The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Learn to […] The post Podcast #381: The Gift of Failure appeared first on The Art of Manliness.

Don’t Just Lead Well, Follow Well

Media and literature on leadership abound. Everywhere you look, there’s another book, podcast, or motivational speech on how to become a better leader. People are clearly very interested in the topic, which isn’t at all surprising. Nearly...Show More Summary

Manvotional: Crippled for Life

  “Crippled for Life” From Climbing Manward, 1924 By Frank H. Cheley I once crippled a fellow-creature for life! Ignorantly, of course, but nevertheless effectively. He was a wonderfully attractive fellow too, in his bright clothes, and would have made a great stir in his own world if I had not interfered. Show More Summary

How to Mount a Horse

It is almost guaranteed that every boy, at some point, wanted to be a cowboy. The thought of hopping on your trusty steed and riding off into the sunset is too perfect a dream to ignore. Learning how to ride a horse well, though, can take years. It involves understanding the nuances of a horse’s […] The post How to Mount a Horse appeared first on The Art of Manliness.

How to Replace Your Wiper Blades

As we’ve established over the years, there are a number of relatively easy automotive maintenance tasks that you can save money on by doing yourself. Not only that, there’s an intrinsic satisfaction that comes with fixing something with your own two hands, even if it’s a simple task. Show More Summary

Podcast #380: How to Be Braver

For thousands of years, philosophers and writers have debated the nature of courage. What is it? Are some people born more courageous than others? Can you learn to be courageous? My guest today set out to answer these questions by looking at courage through a scientific lens. Show More Summary

The Complete Guide to Men’s Belts

Belts are worn for both function and style. A seemingly small accessory, they can have a surprisingly large impact on the impression you make. They can be a piece that pulls an outfit together, or end up becoming a distraction that sabotages its overall effect. Show More Summary

The Best Relationship Episodes of the Art of Manliness Podcast

We find ourselves upon that holiday dedicated to romance, when our thoughts naturally tend towards the state of our relationships. Perhaps you’re single and wondering how to have better success with dating. Or already dating someone, and contemplating upping your commitment level. Show More Summary

Podcast #379: How to Spot Red Flags in a Relationship

Research has consistently shown that a good marriage can significantly improve a man’s happiness and quality of life. But a bad marriage can make you utterly miserable, and even ruin you financially as well. While many men chalk up the...Show More Summary

Shepherds vs. Farmers: Two Necessary Masculine Archetypes

“Now Abel was a keeper of sheep, and Cain a tiller of the ground. In the course of time Cain brought to the Lord an offering of the fruit of the ground, and Abel for his part brought of the firstlings of his flock, their fat portions. Show More Summary

How to Perform Strongman Stunts

Editor’s note: The following is a reproduction of a booklet published in 1952: How to Perform Strong Man Stunts by Ottley R. Coulter. Coulter (1890-1976) was a devoted physical culturist, weightlifter, and circus strongman. He also served...Show More Summary

What Is a Dinner Party?

Editor’s note: The following is an excerpt from Brunch Is Hell: How to Save the World by Throwing a Dinner Party by Rico Gagliano and Brendan Francis Newnam. Gagliano and Newnam argue that dinner parties can serve as “the very cornerstone...Show More Summary

Podcast #378: Brunch Is Hell

According to my guest today, the past decade has seen the rise of a truly soul-sucking food trend. In fact, he argues it’s creating a hell on earth.  What is this mealtime monster? It’s brunch.  My guest’s name is Brendan Newnam andShow More Summary

How to Heel-And-Toe Shift

First used as a necessary technique for pre-WWII clunky gear mechanisms, heel-toe shifting is largely unnecessary for daily drivers. Used mostly by motorsports professionals in high-octane cars and motorcycles, it’s not really something...Show More Summary

Podcast #377: 12 Rules for Life

Have you been stuck in a rut for awhile? Have you been there so long that you feel like there’s no use in trying to get out of that slump? Maybe you even start telling yourself, “Things can never get better. This is just the way things are. Is there even a point to all […] The post Podcast #377: 12 Rules for Life appeared first on The Art of Manliness.

Outfitted & Equipped: Valentine’s Day Date

Editor’s Note: This promotional post was put together by the gents at Huckberry. Valentine’s Day is nigh upon us, and if you’re like us, you’re not embarrassed to show your gal how much you appreciate her. It’s easy for this day to get...Show More Summary

A Peek at What’s Been Going on at The Strenuous Life

Last year we started The Strenuous Life: an online/offline platform that’s like a scouting program for grown men. Each month, members receive The Strenuous Life Bugle, a newsletter that highlights what’s been going on at TSL. We thought AoM readers might enjoy a peek at it. Show More Summary

Life Is Hard; Get Drunk on This

At the Göbekli Tepe archaeological site in Turkey, large barrel-shaped stone vessels were found that may have been used to hold copious amounts of beer made from wild grasses. These remnants indicate that the production of alcoholic beverages could date back at least 11,600 years — to the Stone Age. Show More Summary

Cool Uncle Tricks: How to Balance a Salt Shaker

An essential part of being an awesome uncle is having a repertoire of tricks and jokes that will amaze your nieces and nephews, and crack them up. So from time to time we’ll be offering you current and future uncles out there a tutorial...Show More Summary

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