Since June 21st, the official start of summer, I’ve done quite a bit. From proposing to my girlfriend in Illinois to attending my first-ever Tough Mudder in Kentucky to vacationing in the Caribbean (Nevis).
A recent survey unveiled a staggering statistic about men’s health: 91% of men said maintaining their health is important to them, yet more than half (57%) said they would only go to the doctor when there was an actual problem.
I don’t own a truck personally, but if I did, my first priority would be to protect the truck bed from moisture and rust. Have you ever seen a truck bed with rust? It looks like flesh-eating bacteria. Not pretty.
Living a healthy lifestyle can be difficult without the proper help or guidance. It takes good education and a strong discipline. This is something I’ve become rather familiar with over the last few months.
I hate to be one of those preachy types that shoves their New Year’s resolutions down other people’s throats, but when something works, it just works.
Learning the ins-and-outs of travel can be tough, especially if you don’t travel often. I’m constantly on the go for work, so I feel as though I have picked up my fair share of tips and tricks. To break it down more specifically, I’ve learned the dos and don’ts for travel grooming and thought I would share a few with you.
For many, January 1st marks the day they start their New Year’s resolutions. Whatever those may be, only about 8% will keep them. This year I plan on being in the latter group.