ISSUE #34 TLDR: 4 last minute labor day road trips, train your brain to get what you want, best runner stretches, a better daily news source, air fryer recipes, origin story of the air stream, 50 beautiful places, how to pay off a 200k student debt, and its time for a better bug spray.
Labor Day typically marks the end of summer travel, but good times don’t have to all be in the rearview mirror just yet. If you have a few days and the curiosity to explore your own region, you can find a long weekend road trip worth taking. Besides, September often means cooler temperatures, fewer crowds, better deals, and seasonal perks like spotting fall foliage or catching the northern lights. For those of you who were caught off guard by the end of summer, here are four easy-to-plan road trips, broken down by region.
In April 2015, Benjamin Hardy got serious about his goal to become a professional writer. He had written an e-book, Slipstream Time Hacking, and was anxious to know how to traditionally publish it. At that time, Benjamin had barely put up his own website and had a subscriber base of zero. Then he figured out a few ways to think differently and accomplish his goal.
The Best Stretches to Do After a Run, According to a Physical Therapist
If you run regularly, you’re no stranger to tight, sore muscles and the occasional injury. In addition to regular strength training coupled with proper nutrition and sleep, the right stretches after a run can help your muscles cool down and get ready for your next workout.
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