I decided to put together a list of items that have helped me through my 30 days of discipline journey. *Keep in mind this page is a work in progress and is not complete at this time**
T-Fal GrillT-fal GC702D53 OptiGrill Stainless Steel Indoor Electric Grill, 1800-watt, Silver
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Dressing for Success:
Part of the program involves dressing your best every day for 30 days. I personally would say if you have a low budget and are looking to spend a small amount of money on some decent clothes I’d just go to your local retailer. I generally find myself in places like Marshall’s with my girlfriend and I’ll get jeans, shirts, boxers and more at very affordable prices considering they carry name brands.
Earlier this year I picked up a set of these bad boys and they are really stylish and comfortable boat shoes, perfect for work and casually going out:
If you have a larger budget what better way to dress your best by utilizing one of the popular men’s fashion services?
I debated doing a large write up comparison some of these companies but I’d rather just let you all do your own due diligence and try them out as you wish.
Trunk Club – One of the first companies out there to start this type of service as far as I know. Judging on reviews and reading they are not cheap and do offer a personal stylist. You receive a “Trunk” full of clothing you can choose to keep or return.
Frank & Oak – Another competitor with Trunk Club (I didn’t sign up)
Five Four Club – Another competitor with Trunk Club (I didn’t sign up)
Men’s Style Club – Another competitor with Trunk Club (I didn’t sign up)
Bombfell – A monthly based service
Cladwell – This service simply provides recommendations and if you purchase through them they make a commission. They questions they ask about your style are pretty detailed and better than of the other sites.
MyThreadLab – This services allows you to pick and choose styles and sizes and then specific types of clothing you want to order. You pay an upfront fee that is reimbursed after you return the item.
Here are some great comparison articles you can read to help you better decide what to try: