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Valentine's Day in the Trenches of Parentville

Somewhere on the great continuum of life, my children evolved from toddlers to teens -- seemingly overnight. And although I don't miss the blur of early parenthood, projectile vomiting or the abundance of Legos I trod upon in the dead of night, I do miss delicious experiences like shopping for valentines with my brood. Show More Summary

A Recipe for Ground Venison Slaw Tacos, Plus 2 Homemade Taco Seasonings

Tacos are one of my go-to meals when I’m in a hurry, especially after a long day at work when all I really want to do is sit on the couch with a bourbon and read the latest issue of Outdoor Life. Tacos are also an ideal option if you’re cooking for a full hunting camp or catering for a party, because bulk taco production is no big deal. Show More Summary

Rick Rubin: My Life in 21 Songs

Rick Rubin's discography reads like a who's who of popular music over the past three decades: Eminem, Metallica, Dixie Chicks. The producer has stood at the vanguards of hip-hop and thrash metal, co-founding Def Jam while still in his NYU dorm room and later his own American Recordings, and he...

7 Ways to Get a Good Night's Sleep

Sometimes we learn what's important in life from difficult experiences. One day, that wakeup call came with a blood test. My cholesterol levels were extremely high in all categories, which meant a trajectory for heart disease. At first, I couldn't get a good night's sleep. Show More Summary

How Having Kids Helped My Career

Sometimes work and life push in the same direction. Here are the stories of five people whose careers took off after they became parents. A few years ago, I was taking a survey about work and life when I came across this question: "How...Show More Summary

Time for a New Blog

I've been thinking for a while that it might be time to start a new blog - one with a somewhat different emphasis. Horses are central to my life, but there are many other aspects to my life - and even aspects my life doesn't have yet but I'd like it to have - faith and spirituality, music, reading, writing, the way I want to live in the world... Show More Summary

One Year to the Rest of My Life

Join Corey Hahn on the journey back home from Costa Rica after 17 years away -- with his 9-year-old son by his side. The post One Year to the Rest of My Life appeared first on The Good Men Project.

3 Simple Tips For Planning Your Estate

As a trusts and estates lawyer, I spent much of my time for over a decade as an estate administrator, tidily wrapping-up human life on retainer for heirs of estates. Some estates were small, consisting of a checking account and a few...Show More Summary

3 Ways to Prep Your Pantry For Healthy Eating Habits

Healthy food is the key to a healthy life, but not all of us have the means for a personal chef to create healthy and delicious meals. Trust me, it's been on my wish list for a while. So in the meantime, it's up to us to create an environment of healthy eating, snacking, and mindfulness to steer our kids in the right direction. Show More Summary

'The last 15-20 Tests an incredible part of my life'

10 hours agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Brendon McCullum will achieve something unique when he steps on to the Basin Reserve on Friday: reaching 100 Tests without missing a single match

Getting Used to Everything: How to Keep the High of Happiness

10 hours agoReligion / Judaism :

After leaving the NICU I was indescribably happy that my baby was alive. Then regular life kicked in.

Mix Tape: Is it allowed for me to sit alone in my room for the rest of the day and ignore everything in my life???

Requested by Alice • Compiled by Jules A mixtape for not giving a fuck about life for a few hours and enjoy a moment by yourself, with your music. 01. Brian Eno - “Always Returning” 02. Marcus Marr & Chet Faker - “Birthday Card” 03. Andras & Oscar - “Looking Back (Tornado Wallace Dub)” 04. Show More Summary

A Case For Protecting the Rights of People With Disability

“During my daily commute, I suffer enormously with the transportation problem. For me it is the greatest obstacle in my daily life. It is impossible to take the bus, because they are not wheelchair accessible nor are there reserved seats for people with disability. Regarding Taxis, they do not accept to stop for me, because […]

Savage Love Letter of the Day: Using "Crazy" Like That Is So Gay, Dan, And Pretty Lame

16 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

I am a longtime listener/reader/general admirer of yours. Largely credit my healthy, satisfying sex life to self-acceptance stemming from your advice. Lately, though, there's one thing that's been bothering me, and I notice it in nearly...Show More Summary

The One Morning Activity That Turned My Life Around

There is one thing that I've done every single morning, without fail, for the past three and a half years. I do this on Christmas, on my birthday, on New Year's Eve. On weekdays and weekends, on vacation and in the middle of stressful workweeks. Show More Summary

What If You Weren't?

My friend and colleague Aaron Turner once described our grounding in the inside-out understanding of life as a measure of how much of our experience looked like it was made of thought, as opposed to being made up of either "thought + external factors" or external factors alone. Show More Summary

3 Ways Becoming a Boxer Has Changed My Life

18 hours agoHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

When you go to take an actual photo of yourself #boxing after going to for six months and the owner/kick ass instructor #photobombs you. #Saturday #classpass #backatit @michaeltosto7 A photo posted by latigar (@latigar)...Show More Summary

Facing a Life Threatening Situation or Two? Be a Survivor

My head ached and the nausea was extreme as I awoke in the ICU last June. I had just endured my second brain surgery in a week and with 47 staples in my head, I was relieved to be alive. I was determined to survive again since this wasn't my first life-threatening situation. Show More Summary

Avoid The Deadly Sameness Trap

Have you ever been to Seattle? I've lived here nearly all my life. It's the land where Starbucks was born and coffee shops are a dime a dozen. (No joke - Wikipedia says there are 35 coffee shops for every 100,000 people.) You literally cannot walk a block in Seattle without running into some sort of coffee operation. Show More Summary

Better Living Through Psychedelic Chemistry? LSD, Psilocybin and Ketamine in the Headlines

"Taking LSD was a profound experience, one of the most important things in my life. LSD shows you that there's another side to the coin, and you can't remember it when it wears off, but you know it. It reinforced my sense of what was...Show More Summary

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