I love the manosphere, it’s great. I personally am subscribed to over 60 feeds, which I try and keep on top of every day (it’s fast becoming a losing battle mind you – I’ve spread myself a bit thinly and had to subcategorise them, and only concentrate on the ones that I get most value from).
However, lest we forget, there is more to being a well rounded individual than well… reading about how to be a well rounded individual all the time. It’s important to develop hobbies and interests outside of manosphere related content that will make you a more well-rounded, interesting person.
Currently, I’ve set myself the task of reading a new classic novel every month. My current pamphlet – Nicholas Nickleby by Dickens. After writing this blog for a few months now and struggling at times to find the necessary verbiage with which to articulate my sentiments, it is with a sense of greatest admiration that I see how Mr Dickens meticulously and systemically crafts the most intricate sentences from diverse descriptive words into a complex verbal structure of beauty. And indeed, reading such works can hopefully only improve the quality of my own writing.
In today’s online realm of bite-sized chunks of easily digestible information, it’s very easy to go from one month to the next without actually ever finding time to read a classic work by a gifted literary great. Try and make time, and enrich your mind.