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11 Auto Maintenance Jobs Every Man Can Do Himself

11 Auto Maintenance Jobs Every Man Can Do Himself

There was a time when nearly every man knew how to fiddle around and fix things on his car. Today, with automobiles having become more complex and technologized, the idea of working on your vehicle seems more intimidating, and most guys bring their ride into the shop whenever it has a problem or simply needs maintenance.

The Best New Whiskeys to Drink This January

The Best New Whiskeys to Drink This January

A cask strength 13-year-old Kentucky Bourbon finished in Vino de Naranja Casks for almost a year; you’ll get notes here ranging from buttered popcorn to orange to a spicy rye kick. Unique and memorable, like its bottling, a ceramic vessel featuring Bob Dylan’s painting Sunday Afternoon.

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We are all born with a Life Take, a purpose, what we are put here to do. For Robert Greene, his Life Task was to write. But it wasn’t always there, beckoning him to express his talents.

Life Task by Sam Thomas Davies

Life Task by Sam Thomas Davies

We are all born with a Life Take, a purpose, what we are put here to do. For Robert Greene, his Life Task was to write. But it wasn’t always there, beckoning him to express his talents.

How to Make an Impact on People No Matter Your Rank

How to Make an Impact on People No Matter Your Rank

The “hero” of our story is a young sergeant named Brian. SGT Brian was not an imposing soldier: a little on the short side, a little on the skinny side, quiet and polite. What SGT Brian lacked in physical attributes typical of our expectations of the main character of a war story, he made up for big time in his impact.

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Life Task by Sam Thomas Davies

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We are all born with a Life Take, a purpose, what we are put here to do. For Robert Greene, his Life Task was to write. But it wasn’t always there, beckoning him to express his talents.