I'm sure that most of us, given the ideal opportunity (hassle-free admission, a full scholarship, and a magical year away from other jobs and responsibilities) would happily attend culinary school, and learn the knife skills, cooking techniques, and classical traditions developed over the centuries to turn good ingredients into great meals.
Until that likely opportunity arises, most of us will have to glean the tips from the masters when we can,
For three years, grades K-2, I got away with it. At least weekly, I'd come up behind my friend Zach and whisper, "You're epidermis is showing." He'd become frazzled, and run to the bathroom. He tried to ask his parents what-in-the-world I was talking about, but he could never remember the actual Greek word once he got home. And I guess they weren't hip enough to know the joke setup.
The bachelor pad. That quintessential moment of adulthood. That space inhabited when one truly learns what being a grown up is like, and prepares for the eventual sharing of a home. Or perhaps it actually serves the pinnacle environment, where living alone as an adult man is the best fulfillment of identity.
Either way... it can't look like your college dorm room. Step it up a notch, guy.
There are all kinds of men's fashion articles out there - such as which sportcoat or blazer to own if you're only gonna buy one, the most versatile shirts to own, and ten classic pairs of boots for any season. But, those are all based about specific items of clothing, or shopping advice on how to look sharp. Which are great, but what about some more basic knowledge about how to avoid looking goofy, or how to wear what you already own to its fullest?
Through a strange turn of events, I find myself with some awful beer in the fridge. I didn't buy it, and I'm not gonna hate on a brand online, but it's one of those: gross, flavorless, and I won't drink it. It's not worth the calories, even if it is light and basically water.
I could save it for the next time I have guests with different tastes...but honestly, I don't wanna waste the fridge real estate. I already made a fruit fly trap, but there are still seven cans (that's right, cans) to go.
At ManMade, we often get emails from guys and ladies asking for help breaking into in the wonderful world of sewing your old stuff. While we're happy to help anyone get started, there are those tips and tricks that can only come with a bit of experimenting and practice.
So, we thought we'd share a collection of these tips, gathered by pros and those-just-getting-started alike.
Deke McClelland - master media lecturer - has done the impossible...or at least the ambituous. He's made this amazing how-to video that features nearly every Photoshop shortcut and excess-click-avoiding tip, all in five minutes and to a tune that mimics mid-90s bizarro hit "Popular" by Nada Surf.