Best Bloggers For Men

I came to the internet late in life.  The best bloggers for men have provided me so much free advice, guidance and inspiration.  I only wish I was a young man again so I could truly spend all my life happier, instead of just now.

Common Themes on the Best Bloggers for Men

The best bloggers for men have some things in common:

  • Most of them are in their 30's.
  • Most of them are are single.
  • Most do not have children.
  • Of the ones that do have kids, they only have two.
  • They are white.
  • They were born in and spent most of their life in the USA.
  • Most tend to live on the coasts, mostly west coast.
  • They all seem to travel extensively even blogging while traveling.
  • They spent a large chunk of their lives foundering, struggling, suffering living the way we are normally told to live.
  • They persevered and live fantastic lives now.
  • All in much better than average shape.
  • Most concentrate on weight training as their main exercise.
  • All have opinions that the mainstream media would consider "out there."
  • They all seem to care about other people, especially men, and write with the intent of helping you to improve your lives in specific ways.
  • None seem to believe in much religion.
  • None seem to believe in big government solutions.
  • All seem to believe each individual can make incremental improvements in their lives if the individual focuses on making those improvements.
  • They tend toward optimism as long as you control your life.

Best Bloggers for Men or My Favorites, the ones I Favorite, Subscribe To and Read Obsessively

How to Read the Best Bloggers For Men

Read the Best Bloggers for Men Like I do

  • Religiously.  You will get far more guidance and inspiration from these guys than any priest or pastor.
  • Obsessively, looking forward to their latest articles and disappointed if they are on vacation or working on other projects.
  • Their articles first, before any mainstream media article or videos.
  • Reading every post.
  • Rereading the ones that resonate the most.
  • Linking to their articles your website or blog.
  • After you master one skill using their guidance and inspiration, move onto the next.
  • Constantly going back to all their articles when you need help with something.  Often what you need today, they wrote about years ago.
  • Replacing time you spend on articles from other non-relevant, non-helpful articles with deep reading of their articles.

Often, they write about mindset or how you might think differently and in the process, something will "click" into place for you. 

To me, they have gotten "IT."  They have the types of lives that we all want. 

How Will You Have the Time to Read the Best Bloggers for Men

How do you have time for all this reading, rereading, watching and listening to the best bloggers for men?

Eliminate the time wasters in your life

  • Too much TV.
  • Too much non-essential internet surfing.
  • Too much social media.
  • Too much time spent on things that add no value to your life.
  • Too much worrying about what other people want for you.

Spend entire weekends absorbing their guidance instead of wasting it getting drunk, playing video games, going to church or watching sports.

Besides, they are busy enjoying their fabulous lives.  They aren't posting multiple times a day or even every week or emailing you continuously.

There is always time for what is important to you...and they are.

Why Read Danger and Play

Mike from DangerandPlay.com dives into the details of men's issues, men's rights, fitness, steroids, testosterone replacement therapy and most importantly...mindset.

If you are just starting out trying to re-invent your life, start here.  You will not go wrong. 

If your life is not anything close to what you want.  Start with Danger and Play.

The more you can capture the essence of his mindset, and get your mind right in the process, the more you will live a fantastic life.

A few basics on Mike

  • Single
  • No kids
  • Late 30's
  • Lawyer by training
  • Lives in California, but now seems to travel extensively.
  • Huge volume of fantastic articles, podcasts and videos on Danger and Play website.
  • Read his excellent book titled - "Gorilla Mindset"

Quote from the Danger and Play Start Here Page -

Danger and Play is a quote.

“The real man wants two things – danger and play.” – Nietzsche

Danger and Play is what we want.

A tedious life of conformity and routine is not in our DNA. We want action and excitement – danger and play.

We are not caricatures of masculinity. We recognize that a balanced life involves relaxation with family, friends, and pets.

Danger and Play is a discovery.

The highest form of intelligence is instinct and the greatest expression of masculinity is will.

A man’s instinct is to be free. We exercise our will against the slavery imposed upon us by our would-be masters.

Danger and Play is a mindset.


Why Read Bold and Determined

Victor from BoldandDetermined.com is bold, brash and not willing to back off on his view of the world.  His attitude is what you need if you tend to be lazy.  If you follow his guidance, you will jump out of bed each day eager to improve and conquer.

A few basics on Victor

  • Single
  • No kids
  • Mid 30's
  • Started in US, but I believe lately living in SE Asia.
  • Real estate salesman in his earlier life.
  • Blog Artist extraordinaire now
  • Two fantastic eBooks found on his website.

Why Read Good Looking Loser

Chris from GoodLookingLoser.com gives you the hardcore guidance on weight loss, steroids, male enhancement, supplements and getting good with girls.

A few basics on Chris

  • Single
  • No kids
  • Early 30's
  • Mostly living in California.
  • Personal Trainer by training
  • Extremely detailed articles and videos taking you step by step on how he does things.  Follow his methods and succeed.

Why Read Black Dragon

Caleb from BlackDragonBlog.com teaches you a different way of dating, one of strength, freedom and happiness.  He sprinkles in articles on business, travel, freedom and politics.

This is definitely not your mothers or mainstream guidance on dating.

A few basics on Caleb

  • He was married, got divorced, now single
  • 2 kids
  • Lives in Pacific Northwest.
  • His specialty is dating multiple woman on his terms with his system.
  • He writes about organization, finances, politics, happiness and women.
  • His book "The Unchained Man" is fantastic.
  • He operates 3 one man businesses.
  • He got out of the normal mindset in his 30's and has not looked back.

Quote from Blackdragon.com website About Me Page -

I can live, love, and experience all that women have to offer in the most deep and profound ways…but I am still free to be a man. I’ve been living this lifestyle since 2007 and it’s an extremely good place to be.

Add that to the fact that I’m self-employed, make a good income, and have zero employees, I live the lifestyle of the modern Alpha Male.

Why Read James Altucher

James is the ultimate blogger.  Prolific in blogs and books.  Always willing to bleed on the page with his failures and how he came back.

A few basics on James

  • James was married, got divorced.  Has 2 kids.  He is remarried.
  • Lived mostly in New York City, but now living in upstate New York.
  • Was trained in computer science but has had a number of different careers.
  • Writes about jobs, business and finances from his perspective.
  • His books will really help you.
  • He seems to be the only interesting person in the world who is married.

I love reading James Altucher even though I have a hard time relating to him.  He is wealthy, Jewish, slight frame, loves games and very prolific.

Steve Pavlina

Steve is the first blogger I started to read obsessively.  His volume of articles is staggering and the good advice is fantastic.

A few basics on Steve

  • Married, then divorced, now single
  • 2 kids
  • Started living in Southern California.  Now lives in Las Vegas, but travels extensively.
  • Computer science by training
  • Seems to make entire living as a blogger.

Steve has been on my favorites list for years.  He is so prolific.  I love his lengthy articles where he dives so deep into a subject.

I do have a hard time with his vegan views.  But to each his own.


Quote from the Steve Pavlina Home Page -

You aren't here to struggle and suffer. You're here to express and share your creative gifts, to give and receive love, and to be happy. It will take time, but this site can certainly help you get there, and the vast majority of resources here are free.


Who Else Inspires Me that I recommend you read or listen to

Dr. Robert Anthony

I have a number of Dr. Robert Anthony's programs.  I have the Secret of Deliberate Creation CD program in my truck and listen to it over and over again.

Dr. Anthony does not blog.

Dr. Joe Vitale

Dr. Vitale is very prolific, very giving, very good.  Google him.  He has written books, blogs, CD programs.  He will help you get more prosperous.

His blog is MrFire.com

Hans Hallanger is A Happier Man

Hans Hallanger is the creator of A Happier Man

I am not an established blogger with a large audience...yet.  But you can learn a lot from me on how to live a happier life.

  • I was married, divorced, now single.
  • 2 kids.
  • Civil Engineer by training.
  • Still working full-time as a Civil Engineer.
  • Started and ended a number of websites.  Concentrating on AHappierMan.com

I feel a connection to the best bloggers for men through absorbing myself in their writing for many years.  I feel like I have learned a great deal from them, maybe almost as much as I have learned from my father.  Certainly more than I have learned from any teacher, professor or boss.

Reading their words, enjoying their websites, blogs, podcasts, videos and books has made my life better.

Let the best bloggers for men help you too.

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