There are many skills fathers should pass on to their children: how to ride a bike, how to skip a stone, and of course, how to make a paper airplane. When it’s time to show your kids how to fold a humble piece of paper into a soaring jet, don’t stumble around and hastily construct one from the poor memory of your youth — one that takes a disappointing nosedive as soon as it leaves your fingertips. Instead, teach them the art of making a plane that can truly go the distance.
Tel us Jeremy Anderberg
Our hope here at ORREN Lifestyle is that all men, young and old, would find an engaging hobby that will turn out to become an enjoyable pastime during the current season of their lives, maybe even become an enduring passion that lasts a lifetime.
Years ago, leisure time was never thought of as a chance to simply chill or “Veg Out” but rather an opportunity to pursue a passion or interest. It was an outlet for the side of man that was not stimulated in his professional vocation. Hobbies were deemed importan [...]
Chatting to a friend the other day about what would be his list of ten things every man should own, we discovered how uniquely similar certain items were and how vastly different other things were. It boiled down to what our fathers found important and necessary to carry around. I suppose its really an age old tradition of father to son heritage. Now let's just get one thing clear, this list in not exhaustive, but its the stuff we are ORREN Lifestyle, thought would be essential for a healthy daily life. Bef [...]