“It's important to connect with nature...that is, after all, where it began for everyone”
Dianne M. Daniels, CEO & Founder
When you think of the “word connect,” most people would instantly think of the internet and the devices they use. These are important, but, it’s also important to connect with nature.
That is, after all, where it began for everyone.
When was the last time you went camping? Camping is a lot of fun and can be a great trip to enjoy with the entire family. For the more adventurous types, try choosing a location that does not provide amenities like showers and bathrooms. If that's not your style, try "Glamping" or "Glamorous Camping" where you'll enjoy king-size beds, fine linens, furnishings and more to fit your individual style and needs.
Increase your supply of indoor plants. Plants have been shown to help regulate the environment, both indoors and outdoors. Therefore, you’ll want to add to your collection of plants. If you don’t have a green thumb, it’s time to learn. There are plenty of tips available online for you to learn.
Hiking is a great way to reconnect with nature. For many people, they have hiking trails close to their homes. Even if you don’t, you should be able to find places to go. In major cities like New York City, there are places like Central Park. If you don’t mind travelling a bit, you can often find places outside the cities as well.
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