Hall Of Fame Posts
This page is an easy to navigate collection of the best posts from Freedom Twenty-Five’s first year of operation.If you’re new to the blog, it’s a great place to start.
Start with my all-time top five favourite posts ever:
I’ve divided the rest by category:
One year into the promising career and yuppie life that I and almost everyone else in my generation believes is the ultimate dream, I realized I wanted out. On year of learning, writing, and saving later, and I was ready to quit, write a book, and move halfway across the world to start a new life. These posts tell that story how my prolonged navel-gazing led to what will either be the best or worst decision of my life.
The Blank Page (First post)
A Man of Wealth and Taste (A brief autobiography)
Friday Night Blogfest (Some melodramatic ramblings)
Sober Blogging Alert (More melodramatic ramblings)
A re-introduction of the blog and re-statement of it’s mission, eight months in
One Year Of Freedom (in Which I announce that I quit my job, moved to Thailand, and published my first book)
Like many fresh graduates, the grown-up world took a toll on my health and fitness. I started gaining weight and shedding muscle almost immediately after graduating. Now, I’m a lean(er), mean paleo-eating machine.
Staying Hungry (More Intermittent Fasting)
Money and Careers
How can I quit my job and travel the world for a year, some might ask? Simple: I ruthlessly cut non-essential expenses in my life, invested wisely, and resisted the urge to quit my soulless job until the time was right.
As an international playboy extraordinaire (read: a guy who does alright for himself, on occasion) I try to share my knowledge of the fairer sex far and wide:
Why You Don’t Have a Boyfriend: Harsh Truth Edition (One for the ladies!)
Men’s Rights And Gender Politics
I’m fascinated by all things sexual. Men and women of the 21st century: Tumble and rage along, ye rotten waifs and wretches. Clash and collide as seems fittest to you, while I amuse myself writing about it:
The following posts are from the Ask An Asshole Series, in which I offered some unsolicited dating advice to two young lady bloggers. Links may be broken, because both 404′ed it immediately following the exchange. Probably a coincidence.
Thus concludes the AAAH initiative. Some of my better work.
More recently, I’ve been kicking up some dirt around the Men’s Right Activist Blogosphere:
Yawn (On Boredom)
And that’s all for now. Bookmark this page and work your way through the archive if you’re interested in this blog’s past. If you’re interested in its future, you can Subscribe via RSS, follow me on Twitter, and Like Me on Facebook.