Take a Walk Outside
Day or night, rain or shine, walking can always improve your mood.
Researchers at the University of Michigan conducted a study that proved taking group nature walks resulted in several mental health benefits: decreased stress, depression and anxiety, as well as an improved sense of well-being. So if you don’t believe us, take it from science: going outside will make you feel better. It’s free, invigorating and the most underutilized stress-buster of all time. Walking has also triggered a creative boost in thinking for many people; cure your mental block by walking it off.
ground yourself - barefoot on mother earth for at least 5-10 min a day
Karin Humanover 1 year ago
I feel an immediate connection with nature when I walk outside. I enjoy the sounds of nature,I am inspired to create art.
Mary Caliendoover 1 year ago
When I walk to my car in the morning, if it has snowed, I clean the snow off the cars on each side of me in the parking lot.
Gina Cunninghamover 1 year ago
fresh air gives energy and allow me to connect all my thoughts
virginie DORGANSover 1 year ago
watching my dog, Charlie's, joy when we walk is so inspiring.
Jeanine Wiaterover 1 year ago
Stand and work instead of sitting at the desk.
Arlette Cunninghamover 1 year ago
Walking 300 kms of the Camino during 2019 Lent. Walking daily in preparation.
Jim Longonover 1 year ago
Breathe, relax, and connect again.
Karen Wilsonover 1 year ago
Fresh air, sunshine... HAPPIER SPIRITS... HAPPIER PEOPLE!!!!!about 2 years ago