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Best Blogs for Men

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Best Blogs for Men

I have been trolling the internet not only looking for good blogs for men, I am looking for good blogs that have good stuff that men want to know.

This is what I have found.

 

http://putthison.com/   A web series about dressing like a grown up.  I know right! If features great articles not only about what to put on your body, but also what you should carry, you know, umbrellas, briefcases and the like.

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Understanding Gratitude

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Understanding Gratitude

1.          grat·i·tude ˈɡradəˌt(y)o͞od/ (noun)

The quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness.

 

It is hard sometimes to be thankful. In order to be thankful we have to first learn what it means to gracious and by gracious I mean ...

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Back to School Time

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Back to School Time

The kids are all settled in to their new classes and the 2015-15 school year is underway.

Now, it’s your turn.

It is time to go back to school.  No, I am not cursing at you, but when was the last time you earned a continuing education credit?  Matter of fact, what is the last entry in your employment record that shows you are trying to better yourself?  How old is your degree?

Yes, degrees ...

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Becoming a Mentor

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Becoming a Mentor

What you want in a mentor is someone who truly cares for you and who will look after your interests and not just their own. When you do come across the right person to mentor you, start by showing them that the time they spend with you is worthwhile. – Vivek Wadhwa

I think we sometimes under estimate the power of positive role models in our lives.  I have always had a mentor, as a child, ...

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Sagging, Bragging and Tongues a Wagging

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Sagging, Bragging and Tongues a Wagging

Let’s face it, there has never been a tougher time to be a black man in America. As leaders in the community we have surpassed the time to stand up and make a difference for our young men.  It is no longer just about the right the vote or the right to ...

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Dapper Style & You

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Dapper Style & You

 

If every girl is crazy about a sharped dressed man, then what is taking you so long to get your act together?

Look at this dude.

This could be you.

When he walks by all the lassies stop and take a gander.

Why?

Because he looks sharp.  He probably smells really good to, and I don’t mean putting some cologne on top ...

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Join Our Online Community

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Join Our Online Community

Join our family.

Each month we post several blogs about what we are doing and things we think are important in the ongoing journey through manhood.  I have recently discovered that what is also important to us is our community. Community comes in many different forms and forums.  At Dapper & Company Men’s Grooming Lounge is very proud of what we do in the local community, we also reach ...

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I am her Dad.

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I am her Dad.

I am a Dad.

I am having a moment here and there are a few things I need to get off my chest.  It is disheartening to see a man who wants to be a father to his children and the child’s mom gets in the middle of the mix.  At the end of the day, at the end of the cycle, at the end of the misunderstandings – there is the child.

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It’s Time– Let’s Be a Grown Man

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It’s Time– Let’s Be a Grown Man

We are officially half way through 2014 and I hope by now you are on the straight and wobbly.  This year, we have covered everything from car care, home care, to skin care.  Let’s talk a little bit more about your care.  Moreover, the things you care about.  Some things you are holding on to that have outlived their usefulness to ...

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Father’s Make a Difference in the Lives of Thier Children

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Father’s Make a Difference in the Lives of Thier Children

June 13, 2014 – reblogged from Fatherhood.gov
https://www.fatherhood.gov/dadtalk-blog/celebrating-fathers-you-make-difference-lives-children

In the early 1900’s, Sonora Smart Dodd, a woman in Spokane, Washington, heard a Mother’s Day sermon and thought that her father—a widower and Civil War veteran who raised her and her five siblings—should also have a day of honor.  Due to the determination of Dodd and key partners, ...

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