The average American spends 93% of their time indoors
Spending more time outdoors in nature will:
Decrease body pain and inflammation increase your sense of well-being and happiness boost Vitamin D levels in the body improve stress management abilities bolster your body’s immune system improve coping skills for living in a crazy world.
Walk it out
Park your car farther out and add a minute here, three minutes there. Tomorrow, add more. You’ll get fresh air, Vitamin D, and a little heart-healthy exercise every time you choose to walk on your lunch break, by taking the stairs instead of the elevator, or by going around the block with your dog. We guarantee you’ll start feeling better!
MAKE THE WOODS YOUR MARKETPLACE!
Once you learn the common wild edibles and medicinals that grow everywhere, incorporating nutrient-dense foraged foods into your diet not only saves money, but delivers powerful anti-oxidants in every bite. Cultivating spring edibles is a revolutionary step to regaining control over your food source while getting the therapeutic benefits. It doesn’t take much — wild foods have way more available nutrients than even organic produce sold in your grocery store, so a little bit can go a long way.
Learn plant identification and start adding medicinal plants into your cupboard.
Several people I know set up an outdoor bedroom with a mattress set out under the night sky. They have told me their dreams are more vivid and they feel more rested, snuggled under heavy blankets, and breathing crisp evening air. Waking up to a muted pre-dawn light helps to start the day with intention, focus, and resets the sleep cycle.