ISSUE #67 TL;DR: Irritable habits, unbelievable places, vitamin D foods, paycheck steps, earthy hotels, facts about time, weird lodging, 170k side hustle, interesting news, sweet new shades, and better nutrition.
It’s normal be irritable. In some instances there’s nothing we can do to change the circumstances—all we can do is consciously modulate our reactions. But there are a number of things we do every day that affect our mood that we can control, and some of them are habits that have become so engrained we may not even be aware of them.
Here are some of the ways you may be unwittingly making yourself more irritable every day, and what to do about it.
These places are so incredibly unique and out-of-this-world that when experience them, you wont believe that they are here in the the US. Here are a few places from the list that are on our bucket list..
Vitamin D affects many bodily functions including bone health. Research also suggests that low vitamin D levels may be a risk factor for autoimmune diseases. Our bodies produce vitamin D when exposed to sunlight – but for many reasons, we're not getting enough. Here are 7 healthy foods that are high in vitamin D.
Herring and sardines
Cod liver oil
Vitamin D fortified foods: Cows milk, Soy Milk, OJ