ISSUE #36 TLDR: How to live to 100, best money-advice for 40-somethings, the least visited national parks, coffee to take on your adventures, healthy fast food, beautiful train rides, coffee is good for you again, burn 1000 calories, and a southwest rite of passage.
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Stop Doing These Seven Things If You Want To Live To 100.
You have more control over your longevity than you might think. The impact of poor life choices can take decades to manifest and happen so gradually that they are hardly noticed but can be hard to reverse later in life. To give yourself the best chance at 100, stop doing these things:
1. Stop Poisoning Yourself 2. Get Off Your Butt And Move 3. Don’t Let Your Brain Get Soggy 4. Stop Compromizing On Sleep 5. Manage Your (Chronic) Stress 6. Don’t Be Too Busy To Socialize 7. Lack of Faith – A Higher Purpose Gives Your Being a Reason To Live
A lot of people have already put these 6 money secrets to good use. They’ve found hundreds of dollars in savings, secured their family’s financials and padded their bank accounts. Putting all these secrets to use is easier than you might think.
These are America’s 20 Least-Visited National Parks
Looking to Get Outdoors But Escape the Crowds? Check out Mental Floss's list of the 20 lease-visited national parks. This is not because they are unworthy of a visit, but most are simply located in remote locations. Most of the popular parks are within distance of popular cities or other destinations. So if you are looking for a quieter national park experience, check out Gates of the Arctic, National Park of American Samoa, Glacier Bay, North Cascades, Katmai, Denali, Kenai Fjords, Great Basin, Guadalupe Mountains, or Virgin Islands. Get the full list at MF.
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