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Most of us want to look our best, It isn’t at all superficial to want to show your best face to the world, and let’s face it, looking good can help in every area of life from securing that much-wanted job promotion to attracting a mate. So, yes, it makes perfect sense that men would want to boost their appearance. If you’re one of them, here are some of the best ways of doing just that - sure you may never be Brad Pitt, but take the following advice and you’ll end up looking pretty darn good...

Taking care of your skin is even more important for men as they get older. Not only is your skin facing challenges related to aging, but the benefits of looking younger are that much more important. While many of us are in quarantine and working virtually, I find that good looking skin - especially on the face is even more important now since we're stuck in front of the camera doing web conferences. In the past, it was good enough to simply shrug off imperfections and hide behind shadows but today - a good looking face stands out.

Feeling comfortable in a car could come in two ways. As a passenger, you want to be transported away from the bumps and twists in the road. As a driver, you want to feel everything possible. But, in newer cars, the technology is such that there’s not a lot of feedback. In more ‘analog’ cars you could feel the road through the tires and into your feet. You can feel the chassis slipping around on the road through your rear and hips. You could feel the moaning and stressful conditions the tires are experiencing through your hands. What happened to all of that? It's largely due to a lack of driver-focused setups in cars, but thankfully, the aftermarket is full of choices.

Every man wants to look their best, and many are willing to pay thousands of dollars to achieve that. But disregarding a few simple rules will lead to committing the same the cringe-worthy fashion mistakes many of us are guilty of.

While most first time dads are in their 20's and 30's - I find that many of my older friends are becoming dads for the first time well into their 40's and even 50's. While these guys need the same help and inspiration as younger fathers, often they are out of place in new dad communities and forums. One topic that is very important is what clothing to pick out for their baby boys, so with some help from a couple of readers, we've put this guide together to help you new dads out there!