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Advice from dad and important tips for men that you wish your dad had shared with you as a kid!
  • For those of you who live in rural and suburban areas and have land, creating a garden is easy. For those of us who live in urban areas like I do it much more difficult. This is doubly true in places like San Diego where we have limited natural rainfall. Luckily for those looking to become urban farmers, there are some ways to overcome this challenge

  • What you do before your workout is just as important as what you do during and after your workout. If you want it to be effective and get the best results, then make sure that you do the following things before getting going:

  • Could we have become so desensitized to the fact that something as natural to us as building a house and living in it can have such an effect on the environment? 

  • Accidents can happen anytime and anywhere. And even if you're working in an office that's supposed to be safe from any and all hazards, you're still at risk of slipping a disc or wounding yourself.

  • Some people love home improvements and DIY. Others hate it. Making your house look more attractive doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. Below you’ll find seven quick and easy things practically anyone can do today.

  • Medicine is a complex industry and unfortunately, "sometimes these things happen". As horrible as it might be to consider, sometimes a diagnosis is wrong, a finger slips, or even a machine that didn't function properly. Medical practioners aren't perfect and medicine isn't an exact science. That's why we have medical malpractice lawsuits and attorneys ready to defend your interests. While these defenders are an important part of the system, not everything that goes wrong is immediately malpractice.

  • A good husband should provide for his family. He must also make sure of his strong unity with his wife as well as the growth and development of his children. In fact, I remember during my pre-cana education classes where the leader told us that while kids are important - the bond between husband and wife is even more so. Without that strong relationship built and trust, understanding, and respect... ultimately nothing else matters.

  • Persuading the boss for a pass to work from home can be a tough nut to crack. Their instinct will almost instinctively force a ‘no’ from their lips but if they took the time to think about it for a little bit longer they might just find that having you working from home more often is a solution that just might benefit everyone.

  • A road trip with the guys to explore some new part of the country seems like a slam dunk choice of a guys’ weekend getaway. Unlike flying somewhere, there’s no big upfront cost to worry about and that gives the immediate notion that it’s a cheap way to spend some time together. While this is generally true, road trips have some significant expenses that you need to take into consideration such as price of fuel, wear and tear on the vehicle, food, and lodging along the way.

  • Your dog is a loved and respected member of your family. You probably have some amazing memories of dog-friendly trips taken together in the past, along with plans and ideas for future vacations with your dog. There will inevitably come a time, however, when you need to prepare for a long trip away from your dog.

  • Eco-friendly mattresses are now becoming popular to many. Not only do they offer maximum comfort but promote a few health benefits as well. However, how would you know if a certain mattress is nature-friendly? Well, you need to look or inspect the materials. For a little help, we will walk you through what eco-friendly beds are made of. So, take a read!

  • When the sun is shining, you don’t want to be working out indoors. If anything, it makes hitting the gym harder than ever because you want to lounge in the sun. The trick is to sync the two so that you’re still exercising as hard as ever, but you’re doing it in an outdoor environment.

  • Hurricanes are terrible storms that if climatologists are going to be believed, are only going to get worse and increase in frequency because of global warming. This means that anyone in an area potentially impacted by a hurricane needs to review their homeowner's insurance policies and see what's covered and what's not. It’s one thing to be able to buy a house and another to be able to keep it. There are so many things that could go wrong that could mean that you end up with a very substantial bill, or worse, you could lose the single biggest investment you’ve made in your life.

  • Preparing a travel budget is one of the most important parts of being a happy and successful traveler and even though road trips can be less expensive than other travel options, that doesn't mean you don't have to prepare a budget. Infact there are several unique variables here that need to be taken into consideration - not the last of which is fuel price and consumption rate.

  • The first time you get on your bike is an exciting moment. You were so proud of your newly acquired machine, and so excited to start riding. If you’re like most riders, chances are that not long after that momentous purchase, someone tried to burst your bubble by telling you how terribly unsafe motorcycles are. Maybe they even offered up anecdotal evidence about a friend of a friend of a cousin’s next-door neighbor’s son who died in a tragic motorcycle accident. Let's take a look at some of those common motorcycle myths.

  • Now, don't get our title wrong. We aren't talking in the literal sense; well, not unless your best friend really is a cybercriminal, in which case, you probably need to find a new friend, especially if you regularly let them have access to your computer!

  • Dealing with jet lag is one of the worst parts of traveling for me. When I was younger, my body adjusted quickly. Today though, it gets all sorts of confused and I end up being a mess for a day or two on either side of my trips. Traveling to a different time zone can completely disrupt your normal circadian rhythm, making it difficult to go to bed and wake up. This disrupted sleep pattern can affect your concentration and mood -- and all too often, by the time you adjust to the new time zone, it’s time to go home and deal with jet lag all over again. 

  • Back pain isn’t fun. And sadly around 80% of us suffer from it at some point in our lives. But it’s not inevitable. If you already suffer from back pain, know that you don't have to live with it. Here are five ways you can ease back pain.

  • Honestly, before the past few months I’ve never really considered hair loss as something that was a concern. This year however, I’ve made a change in how I’m engaging online with folks like you and that means that I’m putting myself out there more than I used to. While I’ve had a lot of fun it’s also meant more photos from different angles. This, unfortunately, led me to discover that my hair isn’t just receding in front but thinning out on top, back and even a bit on the sides. That’s why I was excited to connect with Good Guy Wellness and try out their hair regrowth regimen complete with a 5% minoxidil-based hair regrowth treatment plus a shampoo, conditioner, and gummy vitamins to support healthy hair growth and regrowth.

  • This week is a big week for traveling by car and hanging out with family and friends. It's also a big week for drinking. Alcohol is as much a part of the Fourth of July as fireworks, hot dogs, and the American flag. This means that if you are driving it's essential to be extra diligent. Not only should you obviously avoid drinking and driving yourself and encourage your friends to do so as well, but watch for drivers that may be exhibiting erratic driving patterns too. Here's a selection of breathalyzer units that can help you know your alcohol intoxication level.

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