by / on January 27, 2013 at 18:37 / in Grooming, Health

Scaling Back

More than ever, today’s men are opting to scale back by a professional nail-technician. Sports figures, actors, musicians and men of discriminating taste are showing us that scaling back isn’t emasculating, nor is it just reserved for our female counterparts, […]

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by / on January 27, 2013 at 18:30 / in Health, Philosophy, Young Blazers

Vitamin C (compliments)

Vitamin-C is an essential nutrient for humans and some animal species. Sources high in vitamin-C are guava, avocado, papaya, kiwi, tomatoes, oranges and compliments. Sharp shoes! Great presentation! Dinner was delicious, honey! Nice serve! You did an amazing job on […]

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by / on January 27, 2013 at 17:27 / in Health, Protocol

Gym Etiquette

A lot of us have joined fitness clubs to enhance, or to maintain our chiseled physique. Knowing proper gym-etiquette shows respect to the establishment as well as other club members. There are a few gym-no-no’s that should be avoided at […]

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by / on January 27, 2013 at 17:14 / in Grooming, Health

Flossing gone Public

I’m noticing more and more men have been bumping-up their dental maintenance. Brushing more regularly, gargling, visiting their dentist bi-annually, and incorporating flossing into the mix. With the popularity of the disposable flossing tool, some guys unconsciously have taken their […]

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by / on January 27, 2013 at 16:54 / in Dating, Health, Philosophy, Young Blazers

Five Chivalrous acts that Linger like perfume

First impression are truly lasting impressions. But what’s equally important is how you maintain it. More often than none, men wish to display chivalrous act towards women, however, some associate chivalrous acts as old-fashion, unnecessary or culturally un-cool. These eighteenth […]

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by / on January 18, 2013 at 18:33 / in Health, Philosophy

Helper’s High

More experts say, giving can have a positive effect on your own life as well. “Evidence suggests that random acts of kindness create what’s been called the ‘helper’s high’—a profound sense of well-being and optimism,” says Larry Dossey, M.D., former […]

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