Lifestyle2019-10-30T17:49:09+00:00

LIFESTYLE

8 Reasons to Spend
More Time Outdoors

Research shows it's important to spend time outside because it can benefit our overall health and well-being. If you need a little motivation to step out into the fresh air, here are eight reasons why you and your family should spend more time outside.

What Is Forest Bathing?

Developed in Japan during the 1980s, the practice of forest bathing — or shinrin-yoku — earned its place among other preventive health care regimens. That recognition makes sense, considering its calming, rejuvenating, and restorative benefits. Forest bathing means to “bathe” in the atmosphere of a forest by taking it in through all of our senses. This practice helps bridge the gap between individuals and the natural world.

Productivity

Being productive is as much a mindset as it is checking things off your to-do list. It’s about not wasting time on things that aren’t very important to you so that you can really focus on the things that do. There are also some basic skills that go a long way to help create a productive and fulfilling lifestyle. Being organized and timely, as well as keeping a regular schedule are all traits shared by the world’s most successful people.

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General Health

Our lifestyle choices say a lot about who we are and what we want out of life. No one wakes up hoping to get sick, and yet many of us fail to take simple steps each day to help ensure our overall health and well-being. Think of your body as a vehicle for doing good in the world and evolving your consciousness. Without good health, we’ll have a much harder time living a happy and progressive life.

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Journaling

Self-awareness is a key trait of life-long learners—people who never hit a final “plateau” in life, but continue to grow and evolve until their final breath. Journaling is a powerful tool for cultivating this kind of self-knowledge. It also lets us track our progress toward major life goals, and helps us process tough emotions on a day-by-day basis. If you’re not already keeping a journal, we recommend you give it a try. You won’t regret you did!

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