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#outdoors #nature #weather #health


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Debbie Katz Free Spirit
@debkatz78 · Posted 21 Feb. 2021

I have read and heard about all the benefits of spending more time outdoors, and to a greater extent, more time in nature. We are designed to thrive and function our best when we are not kept locked indoors under fake light and out of fresh air. How often do you spend outdoors?


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Avyanna Dream  Site Admin
@admin · Posted 22 Feb. 2021

Im not much of an outdoor person. I usually alternate between my home and office even before Covid struck. I only go to places(bar parks) that I'm needed. Methinks, spending a reasonable amount of time outside on a frequent basis is very beneficial to our health as you mentioned. When I`m stressed or bored, I just wander around places like the park where I can feel things and see other people. The feel I get by the time I get home is indescribable. I wish I could do it more often.


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Bomb . Carpe Diem...
@bomb · Posted 22 Feb. 2021

Since the pandemic hit, my time outdoors has reduced to a few hours every week. Well, i spend most of the time on my new online freelance hustles. When i go out, it is only to pick something from the store, or walk my dog or something. Every weekend, i can at least hang out with my friends in our local club. 


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Shane Dunk
@ShaneDunk · Posted 22 Feb. 2021

I know time outside is good for us, Nature can help reduce anxiety, promote creativity and contribute to heart health. Amid the current global health crisis, spending time in nature—especially nearby nature—is taking on new signifigance for many folks. But recreation opportunities look a bit different right now as people practice physical distancing, explore locally and set conservative goals, among other things, to help stem the spread of COVID-19.


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Adriana Rick
@Adrianarick · Updated 23 Feb. 2021

It’s a medical fact: Spending time outdoors, especially in green spaces, is good for you. A wealth of research indicates that escaping to a neighborhood park, hiking through the woods, or spending a weekend by the lake can lower a person’s stress levels, decrease blood pressure and reduce the risk of asthma.


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Ryan M
@RyanM · Posted 23 Feb. 2021

These days, not enough. I've been pretty much stuck indoors as of late, not only due to covid, but the weather has pretty much forced me in. Anyway, I think once spring comes round, I'll be going out more to walk again and maybe venture out into the woods for a nice hike. Been needing a change of pace lately anyway. 


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Joe Ball
@JoeBall · Posted 26 Feb. 2021

I have 2 dogs and we spend almost two hours a day walking at near by local park. I believe when I am constantly inside, I worry about all the unknows but when I go out door It improves my mood and keep me energetic and positive for the rest of day.


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Jessica Naz
@Jessicaa · Posted 08 Mar. 2021

I mostly hang out with friends because I think It's important as It reduces stress and boosts happiness.


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