"I haven't been sick in years, I think the first step in beating a flu is to not let the flu have any control over you, and to go about giving it the most aggressive beat down possible. If you actively pursue its demise you will feel better much…"
"I agree there are benefits to no till, fostering that community of microorganisms in the soil builds healthier plants and soil, and keeps the weeds down. However compaction is a farmers worst enemy, and it is constantly ongoing. So tilling, plowing,…"
"Hey check out these guides I wrote for a class last semester, they are perfect for a beginner!
I grow chemical free vegetables in Ohio, and I love it. I am itching for this winter to be over with so we can get growing again.
Never be afraid to try…"
"What kind of hiking are you going to do?
The best revelation i've had while hiking and backpacking is to bring along a pair of minimalist or barefoot shoes. Of course if you are going on a multi-day hike with a heavy pack you will want sturdy…"
"After doing my own experiments on myself with violence and lifestyle choices, I have reached the conclusion that man and violence are inextricably linked. I think its perfectly natural for a man to enjoy violence in a healthy manner.
I think there…"
This is a group for men, and the occasional lady, who live and eat primally. The Primal Blueprint is touted by Mark Sisson at www.marksdailyapple.com. Join if you want to show some love to the groks and gr
"I think the ability to take down large game should be taken into consideration for your rifle. Mobility is a key part of your plan and surviving off small game means finding it consistently and staying near their source. The ability to kill a large…"
"Hi, I'm a graduating senior in high school, and heading to West Point in less than a month. So i just got through the entire process myself. I was recruited for wrestling by both USNA and West Point, it was a tough choice but i chose West Point…"
Hi there Ethan. Welcome to AoM! Also, I'd like to give you a friendly invite to check out my group, The Great Debate. Just click on "Groups." It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. It's also one of the most active groups on AoM. In any case, great to have you with us.
I'm looking for a outdoorsy (think balsam fir, cedar, and juniper, etc) natural body wash or soap that isn't going to break the bank (<$10) and moisturizes skin. The issue that I have with many is that that they still smell chemically despite being advertised as "naturey" (see Old Spice Denali, for example). Any suggestions? Thanks.See More
"Thanks all, appreciate the bashing and the advice.
Curtis: makes sense, trying along that route and we will see what happens. We have both agreed to stick at it so hopefully we it will get it sorted. Failing that the path might be…"