Traveling has become one of the activities that add a significant amount of stress to many of our lives. Air travel in particular has become more stressful recently, resulting in passengers behaving in ways that they wouldn’t in a more relaxed environment. In an effort to squeeze out more profits, airlines are unintentionally feeding this frenzy with their procedures that drive this behavior. I travel for my job quite frequently and have developed a few techniques for stress free travel that I’ll share in this post. This post will focus on air travel but I’ll include a few others for the drivers out there in the world.
We know that a proper diet is one of the keys to fat loss, but it is only part of the equation. We want a smokin’ body to expose once we shed those layers of fat. When it comes to getting ripped, there are 2 keys: strength training and high intensity interval training. Low intensity, long duration cardio has numerous health benefits, but getting shredded isn’t one of them. Unfortunately, this is what I see the majority of people trying to shed fat doing. Long jogs/bike rides/walks just isn’t going to cut it. You have to work hard and get out of your comfort zone to get results.
As laid out in the Path to Financial Independence, once we have enough passive income to pay our expenses, we no longer require employment. There are numerous ways to generate passive income: investing, rental properties, royalties, and/or side jobs are just a few examples. There is one method however, that allows you to generate passive income with virtually no work. It is the method that I focus on 100% currently, and that is through investing.
There has been much uproar over the decision by President Trump to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord. But as usual, I think the way this is portrayed by the media and large corporations is inaccurate, and even dangerous, in its misleading message.
I’m pro pollution reduction. Let’s make that clear from the beginning. So is our President. So is any other rational person. The tricky part is how do we get widespread pollution reduction? But before we get there, let’s take one step back and try to understand the motivation of politicians and corporations that support the Paris Climate Accord. It can be summed up in a single word: Power.