Nature’s Health Benefits It is widely accepted that time spent outdoors has both physical and psychological benefits. Yet, the average person spends nearly 87% of their time indoors and 7% of their time in vehicles. Put another way, most of us spend less than 5 hours per week in natural environments. This is a shame;… read more
The Stress of Saving the World There’s a reason superheroes are so popular—deep down, we all want to save the world. Some of us want to make the planet a better place by advocating for endangered species, while others focus on voting reform or improving public schools. Yet no matter which worthy cause we support,… read more
It can be hard to find a balance in life. Our work, finances, relationships, and personal health can all change in an instant, jolting us into confusion even when we’re feeling our most grounded. On top of those major stressors, every day we’re forced to navigate dozens of smaller, unexpected roadblocks, like bad weather… read more
As a member of the working world, you’ve undoubtedly grown familiar with the debate: which is better, going into the office or working from home? Those of us who enjoy wearing pajama pants all day have a clear preference for the latter, while those of us who value frequent socialization may choose the more communal… read more
In a day and age when technology reigns and face-to-face interactions have fallen by the wayside, spending time in the great outdoors has lost some of its popular appeal. Despite this, outdoor activities can play a major role in gaining and maintaining positive psychological health! By building communities with your fellow outdoorspeople, increasing your psychological… read more
We are surrounded by people indefinitely. As a result, it is very easy to catch yourself in a social environment that is not beneficial to your wellbeing. How do you ensure that you are taking time out for self-care and detoxing your social environment?