Nash Cracks it onto GQ’s 35 Cool Guys Under 35 List
 

Nash Cracks it onto GQ’s 35 Cool Guys Under 35 List

Oh hey, I didn’t see you over there, I’m busy updating my relevant social media bios. You know, now that I’m one of GQ’s 35 cool guys under 35. I’ll probably be talking about it for a while too. Casually dropping the fact into conversations it has absolutely no relevance to. You may even see me reading the May issue at the magazine stand, lingering on the page featuring a tiny picture of my face in the hopes that you’ll notice, and that my humble acknowledgment of my inclusion, and downplay of the feature, will later lead to sex that you’ll more than likely regret.

No. I joke. Below you’ll find a little info on the other 34 guys, because they are actually quite cool.
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WANT: Stewart Golf X9 Follow
 

WANT: Stewart Golf X9 Follow

I haven’t given my rapidly approaching 30th birthday much thought. It’s hardly a priority this year. Then I saw this. The Stewart Golf X9 Follow, and life suddenly became all about my birthday, because I want this. And not only for golf. Think about the life applications for this thing. A few modifications and it can carry all your shit on the beach, hold your supplies at Afrikaburn, or pull your trolley in Woolies.
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NEW YORK : MANHATTAN : METROPOLIS
 

NEW YORK : MANHATTAN : METROPOLIS

The music in this is a bit meh, and there is a fair amount of repetition, but I love this short because it gives you an idea of just how massive the Manhattan borough is. Pause it every now and then, put into perspective how large those buildings are, then think of population that occupies them. What they do for a living. What they do for fun. I need to get to this city.
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Weekend Watching: Slomo
 

Weekend Watching: Slomo

Like I said in the LET US ROAM post yesterday, this self-actualisation-esque theme is picking up. I absolutely loved this. The end sequence makes it for me. You want to be there. This New York Times piece is on Dr. John Kitchin who quit a medical career to pursue his passion: skating along the boardwalk of San Diego‚Äôs Pacific Beach. Look, ‘Slomo’ had to make a lot of money before he decided to skate up and down a beach all day, but his story, his mental shift, and especially his scientific take on ‘the zone’ sportsmen and those that meditate talk of is great, and unique to my ears. If you don’t have the time now, bookmark this and come back to it.
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Let Us Roam Episode 1 Ft. Ray Barbee
 

Let Us Roam Episode 1 Ft. Ray Barbee

I’ve seen a huge spike in this kind of short. Either brand related, or personal, there is an undeniable increase in the amount of inspirational-follow-your-desires kind of content. A sign of our generations struggle I suppose, that being, in the words of Tyler Durden – or rather Chuck Palahniuk, the fact that we are ‘the middle children of history’, we have ‘no purpose or place’. We get to do what we want, and with that freedom comes uncertainty. No one actually knows if this way of life will work. But we try, and the result is a growing number of people living lives that were almost unheard of a generation ago. Here is part 1 from the LET US ROAM series featuring Ray Barbee, a professional skateboarder from San Jose, CA. ‘Barbee’s film explores his passion for music and photography, which were made accessible through skateboarding.’
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My Search For The Ultimate Dish Cleaning Tool
 

My Search For The Ultimate Dish Cleaning Tool

There are people that dedicate their entire lives to a single quest. Countless have even died in their endeavors. Some seek the furthest parts of the world, the undiscovered. Some the ultimate rush, the perfect picture, the perfect song. Some desire world domination, some just want their name up on the regular drinkers wall at their local pub. Me? All I want is the perfect dish washing tool.
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Sweet Deals

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