Hello dear readers and followers of my site, I wanted to reach out to personally apologize to all of you. To all of you who have been kind enough to like my posts, follow my blog, and especially comment; I apologize if I have not been able to respond to you. The last couple months … Continue reading An apology to all of my readers and followers
In recent years, as I have peeked over certain discussions that happen in male centered spaces around some "touchy" topics, I have seen something troubling happening. What happens is that such discussions that center around things like race and looks are promptly shut down because they are "unproductive". After-all, since you cannot change your race … Continue reading Tough and uncomfortable discussions are a test of character and unveil a lot.
I have received a lot of emails ever since the blog started to take off from men who were a bit late to the game. Common reasons include repressive upbringings due to the parents (or parent) that they had, growing up in a very conservative environment or culture, and not developing themselves socially/physically while growing … Continue reading The truth for virgins and late bloomers.
As many of you who have kept up with my story may know, in the past few years I've not only been living in Manhattan, but also living in one of its more lively areas. Imagine an entire area where majority of the demographic is people fresh out of college up to maybe their late-twenties … Continue reading The bachelor takes a break and reflects.
I've taken somewhat of a break in recent days, not posting as frequently as I should, and I was tasked with the question of what I want this blog to be. Now I've made it no secret that a lot of this blog does center on dating and meeting women, the name of the site … Continue reading Why this won’t be a pickup artist blog.
Last week, after exhausting hours at work, I decided to take a walk around Manhattan and made my way to one of the most vibrant areas of the city. Now if you were to believe the reports coming out of the media and read the stories on the internet, you would have thought that NYC … Continue reading Recent observations of NYC during COVID-19.
As lockdowns end and even NYC enters phase 2, soon to enter phase 3, I have been beyond annoyed in recent months from guys whining about the lockdown. Now it usually takes a good bit to get me annoyed to where I have to speak out but man, even when some of my close friends … Continue reading Winners treated it as offseason while losers treated it as a lockdown.
Not that long ago, I made a post about the things I wish I would have done in my twenties. Now not that long from now, my twenties are going to end and I am going to be thirty before I know it. With the few years I have left in my twenties, there are … Continue reading Bucket list items for my twenties.
In my first year of NYC, I was out and about the city and due to me learning cold approach a bit from PUA, it was not that out of the norm for me to talk to a stranger unless they were sketchy. On one cold winter afternoon, I am running errands and happen to … Continue reading My experience with a pyramid scheme.
One of the few things that still gets me to this day is how quickly my twenties have flown by but thankfully I still have a couple more years left. Some say that it is by far the most important decade of your entire life and I am still not at the point where I … Continue reading Things I wish I would have done in my twenties.
For those of you that read part 5 of my life story, you are aware of how my first real job out of college ended up being a very toxic work environment. Given how long my life story was, this was just a chapter in it and one that I did not get to talk … Continue reading Life lessons I learned from a toxic work environment
For those of you who may have been keeping up with the news about COVID-19, or just not living under a rock in general, NYC is not doing so well with retaining a lot of its population. Now I've long become a fan of what the city offers but COVID-19 has put a damper on … Continue reading The Millennial thinks of leaving NYC