Get outside

Get outside

Walk

Walking is free, easy, and can be done anywhere. And it can help you live longer too. Studies show that walking as little as two hours per week can reduce the risk of disease and help you live longer, and walking six hours shows an even lower mortality risk. It’s also worth noting that taking several small walks throughout the day is just as good if not better than taking one long walk


Get the Nature Awe

Psychologists believe there is healing power in nature. And, they believe that power comes from awe – the feeling of wonder we get when in the presence of something bigger than ourselves. Nature is full of wonder, which means you don’t have to do anything extravagant to experience it – although summertime would be a great time to do it if you can! But, if hiking a mountain or sitting by the ocean aren’t options this year, do something nearby to bring more nature (and awe) to your life.

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