Mindful Benefits – Nature

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Spending time in nature has healing and restorative power. Being outdoors increases well-being, helps alleviate stress and anxiety, promotes creativity, assists with recovery from mental fatigue, helps restore attention, boosts the brain’s ability to think, and engages the senses. – Catherine Morey-Nase

Happy Birthday Scott

Hey, everybody’s appreciation of nature is a little different. What’s yours?

Half Dome, Ocean, Mountains, Mountains & Ocean, Golf Course, Neighborhood Park, Back Yard, Baseball/Softball Diamond, Farm, hey, how about the Golf Course? Enjoy and refresh. If not physically go to these places, how about mentally? Maybe your restorative place isn’t outdoors, maybe indoors? Art Studio, Your Kitchen, Den, Patio, Garage.

Have you ever noticed that peace, calm, and happiness can be learned and happen more often if you try? If you use techniques, are around people, outdoors, these people and places may help create, induce these feelings.

Why not go to these restorative, healthy places?

Where is your Happy Place?