Prepping: Homemade Fire Starters

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Prepping: Homemade Fire Starters

  The ability to light a fire in the woods or, if you lose power, in your home could be the difference between life and death. Stacking the odds in your favor can never hurt. A simple and inexpensive way to make excellent fire starters - begins with some items you, most likely, already have in your home. Supplies needed:- Cotton Rounds- 100% Petroleum Jelly- an empty Mod Cabin Beard Balm tin That’s it. Start by covering the cotton rounds with petroleum jelly.  I chose to put the petroleum jelly in a sandwich bag and then used the coated bag...

Self-Care for Men: A Checklist

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Self-Care for Men: A Checklist

With fewer opportunities to leave our homes and socialize in these unusual times, our mental health can take a real hit. The urge to skip basic hygiene steps like brushing your hair and teeth may descend upon you, but now is definitely not the time to get lazy with your wellness routine: A healthy dose of self care can be an antidote to the anxiety, burn out, and stress so many of us are feeling right now.Thankfully, over the years our society has chipped away at the idea that devoting time to your own well being — be it through...

Men's Guide to Valentine's Day

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Men's Guide to Valentine's Day
Planning a great Valentine's Day date is about knowing the person you're planning for, and it doesn't have to require a lot of money. Ultimately, it's your creativity and effort that will make a lasting impression. Here are a few unique ideas to inspire you.

The Problem With Beard Extremism by Brian Furby

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The Problem With Beard Extremism by Brian Furby

Beard Extremism I have a big beard. If that comes as a shock to you, then you’re either a first-time visitor to the site, or you’ve never seen the TitleBeard Instagram feed (it’s@TitleBeard, by the way, come check it out). When August 1, 2015 rolls around I will have been growing my beard for three years. I’m no stranger to facial hair, having had some form of it since I was 15 or 16, but this is by far the longest beard I’ve ever had. Here are some random stats I’ve compiled along the way: Current beard length: 14 inches...

Of Beards and Men: A Study of Beards and Modern Masculinity

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Of Beards and Men: A Study of Beards and Modern Masculinity

Photographer and graphic designer Joseph D.R. OLeary spent the past year and a half photographing over 130 bearded men.  OLeary's camera captures more than just a man and his beard, however.  His photography captures a man and his passions, his personality and his individuality.   He's turning this stunning collection of over 130 portraits and three essays into a limited edition coffee table book.  Of Beards and Men is scheduled for release in Fall 2013.  If you'd like to be a supporter of this project and reserve your own copy you can visit the campaign page here.We caught up with JDRO...

Extraordinary Bearded Gents: Peter Kropotkin

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Extraordinary Bearded Gents: Peter Kropotkin

Throughout history (and undoubtedly before history) there have been bearded gentlemen who have led extraordinary and amazing  lives. As a self-proclaimed connoisseur of the bearded lifestyle, I would be remiss if I didn't do my part to bring their stories to light. There are countless numbers of awesome bearded men with prodigious tales worthy of telling, but I can think of none worthier than Russian scientist, philosopher, revolutionary and all around bad-ass  Peter Kropotkin. Kropotkin was born the son of a prince, but unimpressed with the privileges of royalty, he renounced his aristocratic heritage  and eventually became a revolutionary. Work was scarce for Kropotkin, so...

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