A Word About Eggs & Inflammation

Omega-6 fatty acids are pro-inflammatory, whereas omega-3 fatty acids are anti-inflammatory, therefore counteracting the inflammatory effects of omega-6. So whenever possible,...

My Last McRib Sandwhich

The other day, I ate what will likely be my last McRib sandwich. I've always loved the McRib—even though yes, I'm aware...

Be Advised: Social Media Apps/Platforms are Intentionally Programmed to be Addictive

I live in Vegas, and here it's common knowledge that the casino industry spends billions on psychological research and testing to...

The Importance of Integrity & Authenticity

I recently found myself in the unfortunate position of having to end a relationship with someone close to me (though I...

Making Good Art: Risking Non-Conformity & Embracing Failure

An unfortunate paradox that we all face is this: humanity reveres non-conformists from the past, but persecutes them in the present. Yes, humanity...

Thinkin’ Rots the Mind! (or, The Collapse of Western Civilization)

The following article Thinkin' Rots the Mind! by Butler Shaffer was originally published as The Collapse of Western Civilization on LewRockwell.com, is licensed for...

Find What You Love, And Let It Kill You

I am in the process of eliminating as many of the petty distractions in my life that I can, in an attempt to...

How Evening Artificial & Digital Light Exposure Can Make You Fat

Every once in a while, I come across something in the diet/nutrition/fitness/lifestyle arena that I've never even heard of before. The following...

The Fundamental Difference Between Anarchists & Autarchists

I recently stumbled upon a revelation concerning anarchists and the personal principles that they espouse. I'd seen the following shirt...

On the Gillette Ad Controversy

To me, it's really quite simple: where we spend our limited time, attention, and energy is much more important than where...

The Need to Re-establish an Appropriate Degree of Disconnectedness

A recent thought: The advent of the Internet, cell phone networks, social media, and the prevalence of cameras & video cameras everywhere...

Introverts vs. Extraverts

I often find myself explaining to others the true meaning of introversion and extraversion, due to the common misconception that introverts...

Change Your Mind, Change Your Life

Somebody posted the following quote on Facebook the other day, and I thought it worth sharing: "You need to learn how to...

The Relegation of Men in Modern Society

I recently came across an article on MSN which discussed "men's pie clubs" which have arisen in England to help men cope...

Making The Impossible Possible

Mick Ebeling's dream has always been to use storytelling and technology to help as many people as possible. (Visit his website:...

Can You Use Bitcoin to Pay for Travel?

The following article was originally published by Million Mile Secrets, and is republished here with permission. You can read the original...

Make Today Day One

Imagine a day, long ago, when a young, timid, scared Michael Jordan ventured out onto a basketball court for the very...

Toward Autarchy: The Subjective Approach to Interacting with Others

This morning, there was some opinionated mudslinging going on between various libertarians/anarchists in my Facebook network, which compelled me to write...

How Lists Help the Present Me Manage the Future Me

In his books, and on his blog, and in various podcasts, Scott Adams (creator of Dilbert) regularly mentions his use of...

A Quick Word About Giving, and Forgiving

True giving, and/or forgiving—i.e., from Spirit—must be unconditional; we cannot truly forgive someone with any expectation of apology, remorse, or any...