I have to start by pointing out this list is not comprised of "trendy hipster" things like listening to vinyl or getting a 1940's haircut. These are things that probably aren't cool by anyone's definition.
This holiday is somewhat outmoded, but for what it's worth, today is National Men Make Dinner Day. No doubt spawned in the era of women in the kitchen and men out earning a living, things are typically a little more balanced these days.
My 43rd birthday is coming up next month and I couldn't help but notice that I don't really dress any differently now than I did when I was 20. I mean, the brands, logos, cuts and colors have definitely changed over the years, but the basics: Jeans, t-shirts, hoodies, sneakers, etc. are still the bulk of my wardrobe. So at what age do men start dressing like an old guy?
My blog today is mostly filled with questions. How much wealth does one have to have before you begin to dislike it?
I remember growing up that one of the Noble boys in our neighborhood got a green Schwinn 10 speed for Christmas. That bike cost $ 149...