Category: Lifestyle

Ernest Hemingway as a Case Study in Living the T-Shaped Life

F. Scott Fitzgerald thought his fellow writer and (sometimes) friend Ernest Hemingway possessed the most dynamic personality in the world and “always longed to absorb into himself some of the qualities that made Ernest attractive.” Other friends and observers of Hemingway remarked on the “strange power of his presence,” his “poise and strength,” and a […]

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How to make a football shirt look stylish

Sponsored Post If you want to wear a football shirt during the world cup, or at any other time for that matter but still want to look on trend then your best bet is to forget about the latest kits and instead look to the archives for something a little more retro instead. The evolution […]

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Win a set of Sennheiser Momentum Free Headphones + a festival survival pack

With the summer festival season now well underway, we have teamed up with Sennheiser to offer one lucky winner a fantastic festival survival pack crammed full of stuff to see you through almost every eventuality. The prize pack includes a pair of Sennheiser’s top notch Momentum Free headphones, a copy of Portugal The Man’s Woodstock on vinyl, […]

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Mastering the Home Cinema Experience with the Sony ZF9 Sound Bar

Watching a movie at home might never quite  live up to that full-blown cinema experience but it does offer some other advantages.  For starters, you can dictate the start time, you don’t need to sit through endless  back to back adverts and trailers before the film begins and most importantly you don’t need to listen […]

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The 7 Habits: Think Win/Win

Welcome back to our monthly series that summarizes, expands, and riffs on each of the seven habits laid out in The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey. The first of Covey’s 7 Habits are what he calls the “habits of private victory”: Being Proactive, Beginning With the End in Mind, and Putting First Things First prompt […]

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Could This Be The Best Compact, Weekender-Style Carry On Bag?

Disclosure: This article may contain affiliate links (details) Last updated on July 22nd, 2018 Do you travel a lot and prefer packing light by bringing just one carry on bag? And for shorter 2-5 day trips, do you find carry on luggage (a.k.a. roller bags) a bit too much? I know I do. I always […]

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Introversion as an Excuse

America has long been described as an extroverted country, a society that celebrates and rewards the enthusiastic, the outgoing, the sociable — those with a charming personality and a knack for glad-handing. We’re a people who judge our politicians by their penchant for public speaking, and keep Dale Carnegie’s classic How to Win Friends and […]

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Exploring Arran in the Hyundai i30 N

I’m rather ashamed to say that, even though I’ve lived all of my life in Scotland, I’ve only actually seen a small fraction of the country.  Sometimes it is all too easy to get drawn into the hustle and bustle of the central belt (aka Glasgow and Edinburgh) while forgetting that right on my doorstep […]

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Lessons in Manliness From Hardboiled Detective Philip Marlowe

Editor’s note: This is a guest article from Will Whitson.  “[He was] as honest as you can expect a man to be in a world where it’s going out of style.” —The Big Sleep Even if you’ve never picked up one of Raymond Chandler’s novels about quintessential noir private detective Philip Marlowe (or seen him […]

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Café Kitsuné debuets Tablewear, Ready-to-wear + Accessories

Café Kitsuné, the lifestyle led coffee shop offshoot of the fashion label Maison Kitsuné has just launched a branded collection of tablewear, clothing and accessories.  Café Kitsuné pays tribute to the pleasure of enjoying a quality coffee in locations that are both modern, cosmopolitan and welcoming and if  you fancy sampling one then you better stick Paris […]

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