Nature, fresh air, sunshine, wildlife, trees…it may sound all woo-woo-y, but there absolutely is truth to the medicinal value of time spent in nature.
Get out for a walk, before work, at lunch, mid-afternoon break, after work, after dinner, before bed.
Eat your lunch outside, gone are the days of sitting at your desk stuffing a microwave lunch down the hatch in 3 minutes flat.
If you can get outside at lunch, put your feet or hands in the grass or sand, listen to the waves crashing, take in the fresh air.
This connection to nature without synthetic materials or technology interfering does wonders for creating a sense of peace and calm within.
Spending a few minutes unplugged and outside resets the mind and body so productivity can be enhanced. How do you carve out time to be outdoors?
I’d love to hear from you about your tips and tricks for getting outside. Please leave a comment on this blog post or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org