We're all about feet for May's man blog, giving you enough time to get your feet in tip top condition for summer and plenty of stylish footwear options. Throw those old smelly sandals out immediately boys!
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March: Easter and Paddy's
March - so much to do, so little time. Whether it's scuba diving dressed as an easter bunny or just having a pint of the black stuff on Paddy's day, enjoy! There's also a chance to win Bath Rugby tickets over the Easter break, so......
February: The Singleton's Valentine's Day
February's blog is inevitably about Valentine's Day. It’s coming up to that time of year again where smug couples walk around buying each other soppy clichéd gifts and look very pleased with themselves for finding ‘the one’.
January: the Art of the Resolution
January's blog is all about the Art of the New Year's Resolution and might give you a leg up to keep you motivated!
December: Panic Ye Not, We've got your Christmas shopping sorted
December's blog is a very festive helping hand towards your Christmas shopping. All from the comfort of you armchair with a little assistance from the interweb. Sorted.
November: Or should we say Movember?
This month is the month of Movember so how will you be wearing yours? Guest blogger Ben Holbrock looks at some rather stylish moustache choices.....
October: All Hallows' Eve and the MANGELWURZEL
This, the month of All Halllows' Eve looks at the MANGELWURZEL and other Hallowe'en essentials.....
September: The Glory of Guttman
This month’s September blog celebrates Ludwig Guttman, founder of the Paralympics and a man distinctly ahead of his time.
August: Olympic Bike Fever - get pedalling!
I want to ride my bicycle I want to ride my bike. Get growing the sideburns boys, bike fever is HERE!
July: Rain based BBQs
Yes folks, it’s July and it's that time of year – the BBQ season – despite the fact we live in England and if you look outside (assuming you’re not actually outside right now), it will most likely be RAINING. If it’s not raining, it probably looks like rain, feels like rain, and could start at any minute. If you’re in Scotland you’ve probably not taken your wellies off for months......
June: Euro 2012
It's EURO 2012! Our blog for this lovely month of June looks at some interesting Euros factoids, and also recommends essential armchair football purchases.
May: Eurovision 2012
Nul points or like the Grand National but with singing?
April blog: The London Marathon
Everything you need to know about the Marathon including Father Christmas' best time
March Blog: St Patrick's Day
March sees us raising a glass or two of guinness and looking at St. Patrick's Day - cheers!
February Blog: Valentine's Day Survival
The February man blog will help you organise a perfect Valentine's Evening for your other half!
January Blog: Chuck Another Olive in your Martini
January blog entitled 'chuck another olive in your martini' looks at keeping ne year's resolutions realistic and achievable - and even enjoyable?
December blog: Armchair Christmas Shopping
Our December blog is all about buying Christmas gifts the easy way, with options for all budgets - take a look!
October blog: How to organise a deceptively impressive (and safe) Bonfire Night party
We're thinking of having a Bonfire Night Party and although we want it to go with a bang (pardon the pun) we don't want to spend days and days preparing, so here's our guide to organising a deceptively impressive 'do'.
September blog: How to train for a half marathon
Micheal Bleasdale, 'The Chap' blogger reports on running a half marathon. We always need a challenge in our lives, and when I say we I mean us men! Overly competitive or not there is a natural inbuilt feeling that we must achieve something. A self-satisfaction you could call it to beat someone else or to improve on something you’ve done. For me it’s sport and exercise, it helps me think, de-stress and it also stops me getting fat! I’m now in my mid 30’s and if I don’t start looking after myself…..well when someone says I’m a growing lad, let’s just say it won’t be a compliment!
August blog: The perils and pratfalls of taking up a new game
Men's Health journalist Simeon de la Torre takes at taking up a new sport. There will be several times in a man’s life when he has to take up a new sport. (I say ‘has to’ because it’s not something we generally choose to do; we’re creatures of habit, and once we find something we like, we stick with it – as the continued success of U2 and Status Quo illustrate.) But while there are almost 8,000 sports out there, choosing the right one is an anxiety-inducing business.
July Blog: Festival Survival
This month we have student, guest blogger and professional festival goer Ben Barron taking a look at the mighty festival and how to go with the flow.
June 2011: the big bbq obsession
We’re blogging direct from Rockface HQ this month, and we’re obsessed with BBQs, although we’re divided on the subject of gas versus the real deal. Here’s our Plan+Cook+Drink strategy to make sure your coals are hot, your sausages sizzle and your beer stays icy cold.
May 2011: The ins and outs of man-bags: Simeon de la Torre
If I were in the pub right now, it would take at least three pints before you’d hear me say these words: I’m a big fan of man-bags. And thinking about it, it would take another five pints before I would ever (slurringly) admit that, I’d been a devotee since they first became popular. And no, I don’t mean in Hoxton, London, circa 2001. I’m talking old school: on the continent. In the early 80s.