The Lost Art of Manhood: Chivalry in the Age of Chaos

In the backdrop of a fast-paced world, shifting paradigms, and ayahuasca-fueled enlightenment, there stands a fading silhouette—a beacon of hope for the nostalgists—the real man. Alright, picture this: Not that cartoonish dude, chugging a beer with a belly that could double as a small trampoline, harking back to the “golden era” when men were men […]

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The Power of Defaulting to Happiness

The landscape of the human experience is vast, but I’ve always found it peculiar that so many, including my past self, tread the tortuous trails of self-inflicted pain when the vast plains of happiness lay just a detour away. A lot of this, I’ve realized, boils down to a deceptively simple word we often shy […]

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Every Office is a Toxic Brew: Why Fallon’s ‘Bad Days’ Are Just Another Day at the Office & Why Rolling Stone Should Chill Out

Let’s talk about workplaces. And let’s cut the crap right from the get-go: every workplace, from the glitzy sets of “The Tonight Show” to the dimly-lit Rolling Stone editorial room, brews its own special brand of toxicity. That’s right — there’s no Utopian paradise where every individual is firing on all cylinders 100% of the […]

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