For the non-indoctrinated, hygge is a Danish concept that basically relates to staying warm and cosy during winter. According to VisitDenmark, hygge is defined as “creating a warm atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life with good people.” Something we big blokes certainly know a thing or two about. So, if you are a big man who is looking forward to a more comfortable, more sociable, more enjoyable winter – this is the article for you.
In recent good news for us big men, the ‘dad bod’ is so hot right now. Indeed, the “softly round” body shape for men is being embraced by the likes of such Hollywood heavyweights as Mark Wahlberg and Will Smith. And little wonder why. Recent research reveals that women prefer big men who sport a bit of extra heft, than those who do not.
There exists a common stereotype that big men are jolly. In fact, recent research suggests that significantly proportioned people who carry the FTO gene (responsible for keeping some of us larger people large) are less susceptible to becoming depression.
Tamagotchi. Myspace. RipStiks. A push is currently underway to revive these foregone fads of yesteryear. However, some trends are better left in the past. But what about today’s high-tech gizmos? What are the latest and greatest high tech gadgets out there that will help us big men improve our lives? And will these new-fangled fads withstand the test of time, or should they be relegated to the waste-bin of history? In this article we investigate three of the latest pieces of gadgetry on the market. We will weigh up whether they are a 'yea or nay' when it comes to enhancing our lives as big men.
Why does the modern Aussie big man struggle to shop for himself when it comes to buying fashion? Sure, he may be well versed in buying the latest gadgets for his home entertainment system or those much needed tools for completing projects around the home. However, when it comes to buying big man fashion essentials, the average Aussie big guy could do with a little help.
Mark Manson’snot so subtlety entitled work has already received a mention in one of our previousblogs. However, we decided that this self-help tome is so important for us big blokes to read that it deserves it’s very own treatment. Welcome to the very first (of hopefully many) big man book reviews!
We big guys can set ourselves up for success this year, whether that be in relation to health, relationships, finance or career goals by avoiding the trap of a standard New Year’s resolution. Most importantly, we have to enjoy the process of self-improvement (and look good whilst doing so).