Connecting with Nature is such an amazing way to connect with ourselves. It brings us closer to all. The more time we spend with nature the more relaxed we can feel. Anxiety, depression and everyday stress can feel less intense and in some situations melt completely away. If taking time off to spend with nature isn’t an option, no worries. I want to help. This year I will be launching my first Curated Travel Experience - it will connect you with nature and fill your soul with goodness. Any guesses where we are going???? Drop your guesses below in the comments ⤵️
To help you find ways to spend more time with nature I put together a list of 35 ideas. What else can we add to this list?
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Spend More Time with Nature 🌱 🌳 ☀️ 🐸
Ride your bike or walk to work, etc.
Work from home? Set up shop outside.
Take social gatherings outside.
Take a walk on your lunch break after lunch.
Exercise outside instead of the gym or bike/walk to the gym
Plant a Tree
Plant a Garden
Stand barefoot in sand or grass for a few moments (or any time you are willing to spare)
Grill out dinner
Look for a four leaf clover
Look for fallen flowers - wildflowers work great and make a bouquet- return it back to the earth when it’s time
Check out a local farmer’s market
Close your eyes and listen to the birds
Get in the saltwater
Listen to the Ocean
Play catch with the kids
Do yoga outside
Park your car further away in the parking lot
Dance in the rain
Check out a park
Get plants for your home
Use Natural Scents at home
Kick the chemicals - opt for plant based solutions
Open the curtains and the windows
Get a Hobby that can be done outside - Paddleboarding - Pokemon anyone?
Walk the dog
Go on a hike
Skip the gym and play tag with the kids outside
Read a book for 15 min outside or in your car windows down
Ride in the car with the windows down
Look for shells or rocks - BONUS: Paint them outside
Get a bird feeder or bird house
Meditate - outside or by an open window
Incorporate nature even if only 5 minutes into your day with a Morning or Evening Routine by simply sitting outside and finding a little stillness.