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Comfort Will Not Give You Meaning In Life

The following article was originally published on Roosh V. Many people plan their lives around the pursuit of comfort. Whether it comes to work, relationships, or day-to-day living, all decisions are made with the goal to increase comfort while decreasing discomfort. The problem with this approach is that comfort does not provide you with meaning. […]

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4 Ways We Spoil Ourselves Rotten

There’s a pattern I’ve noticed in some of my own friends and people I’ve met and followed throughout the years. It’s a pattern that has led to their unhappiness with life. They are perpetually malcontent, even to the point of depression. And it’s something they’ve brought on themselves. When thinking of these people I’m reminded […]

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3 Tips On Staying Safe As A “Gray Man”

I heard a family member make remarks on the ‘victims’ of Hurricane Florence, who knew well in advance the possible horrors which came crawling their way. But were those who decided to stay victims given the warnings? They also espoused, essentially, that rescue teams shouldn’t put their lives at risk for those who remained in […]

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6 Ways To Become A Better Conversationalist

I like to eavesdrop on folk’s conversation from time to time. I pay attention to their use in terminology, the subject matter, maturity in their tonality, etc. It’s often them bouncing back-n-forward off one another with goofy replies and overall general silliness. That, or it’s them gossiping and bitching. Men included in all of that. I […]

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Are You Too Agreeable?

Society as a whole prefers an agreeable man over a disagreeable one.  Folks with high agreeableness tend to be social, cooperative, sympathetic, altruistic, and much more passive than their disagreeable counterparts.  The disagreeable person tends to display less pro-social behavior.  This person puts the focus on their needs first, even if it conflicts with the […]

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When You Set A Goal, You Inherit A Lifestyle

The following article was originally published on Roosh V. Upon setting a goal, you fantasize about the pleasure you’ll receive from accomplishing it. The problem is that only a tiny percentage of your overall time is spent enjoying the actual goal. Instead, most of your efforts go into the tasks towards achieving it. The work […]

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4 Reasons You Should Start Drinking Alaska Chaga Tea

The following article was sponsored by Alaska Chaga. Many men drink green tea or other types of tea for health reasons or just as a refreshing beverage. Alaska chaga tea is a tea that you should strongly consider adding to your diet for its numerous health benefits. Created from chaga mushrooms that naturally grow on […]

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Create a Gorgeous Data Viz Book of Everything You Do in a Year with the Gyroscope App

Android, iOS: You may be right to view apps or services that promise to “track your entire life” with suspicion. What does a company do with that data? Do you really need something to catalog every place you go, every photo you take, and every mood you feel?Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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10 Things I Use Every Day

I want to share ten products I use every day that make my life a tad more comfortable, productive, or enjoyable. 1. ASUS ZenBook UX303UB All my work is produced on this. It’s fast, lightweight, has a long battery life, and reboots in seconds thanks to a solid state hard drive. I would say it’s […]

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