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The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck.

Just picked up this gem and it's a breath of fresh air. Finally, a lifestyle improvement book that doesn't hinge on flowery, non-sensical, anecdotal phrases about turning lemons into lemonade or some other fruit into a tasty beverage. This book tells it like it is. "F**k positivity," Mark Manson says. "Let’s be honest, shit is f**ked and we have to live with it."

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life. It's pretty inexpensive and pretty enjoyable to get through. I highly recommend picking it up.

But if you prefer, feel free to read through some hot garbage like The Secret so you can just pretend life is full of rainbows and unicorns. Your call.


- James


10 books on men's style.

Complex Style put out this list of 10 books on men's style to read before you die. Although, you're probably better off reading it sooner than later as it may be bit possible to stay stylish once you're dead.

the list.

icons of men's style by Josh sims

streetwear: the insider's guide by steven vogel

ralph lauren by ralph lauren

abc's of men's fashion by hardy amies

dpm (disruptive pattern material) by hardy blechman



you can find inspiration in everything (and if you can't, look again) by paul smith

handmade shoes for men by laszlo vaz and magda molnar

the official preppy handbook by lisa birnbach

dressing the man: mastering the art of permanent fashion by alan flusser


study up, my friends.


- james


things come apart. 

Todd McLellan decided to rip things apart, reorganize them beautifully and then photograph them to put his latest project, Things Come Apart: A Teardown Manual For Modern Living, together. Let's just say we aren't one bit mad about this because this book is rad. It shows you every little piece you would never have known about unless you cracked this book open. My favorite is the bicycle that he tore apart, but there are many more in great tear downs in here book. If you want this book you can swoop it here
- Taylor

He's an Oggsford Man. 

I finished this book this morning and I gotta say, I didn't remember it being so good.

I read it once before in high school, but only because it was mandatory for the class.

Then my buddy Trevor told me he'd just finished reading it and sparked my interest.

Confirmation by Tim right after that I should read it again made my decision easy.

If you had to read it for school in the past, Isuggest that that you pick it up again.

It's a very different book the second time for multiple reasons I think.

First, you aren't being forced to read it and there isn't a test on it. Second, you've lived a little more life and have gone through more experiences (assuming you read the book in high school and have graduated by now). Lastly, you can appreciate some of the theme's of money, love and friendship, now being a little more grown up and mature.

Go read The Great Gatsby if you haven't in awhile or if you never have.

Don't want to buy it? Perfectly understandable. Go to your local library.

They're almost guaranteed to have it; that's where I picked up my copy.

The library actually has a section dedicated to the classics. I may find myself reading through those, who knows?

- Taylor


The Hunger Games.

The movie is coming out, everyone is reading it and then telling me to read it, so I do--I'm always down for a good book, but to be honest, I'm not impressed. Now before you finish saying "Whaaaaaaat?" and write me off, allow me to explain.

It was entertaining and definitely kept me interested. 

The idea was good and the story was set up well.

I'm a guy though and love stories just don't do it for me--you're correct in assuming I didn't read twilight.

I get that there are violent and war-like aspects for the gentlemen, but that only goes so far.

Other than that, it really doesn't offer much for me. 

I'm not too interested in the rest of the series, and I most likely won't read it.

If you loved it and are obsessed, good for you, I support that 100%!

Maybe it was all the hype and my expectations were too high, I don't know.

I do want to see the movie, however, it won't be because I'm a super fan.

I'm just curious as to how they'll do it. 

I'm going classic with my next book, I'll post it when I'm done.

- Taylor