“Your environment is part of your personality. For me, living in the country helps keep my mind balanced.”
Cameron

Overview

Humans have always sought shelter from the elements. We all seek to have indoor spaces that are comfortable and safe to live in. But going outside and spending time in nature can be just as important for our physical and mental health.

If you visit a local park, garden, or beach, you may notice there is less noise, and there are less people and fewer sources of stress. Sunlight, fresh air, plant life, open spaces, and the natural environment can lead to lower stress levels and have an overall positive impact on wellbeing.

For more information, take a look at our pages on connectedness and meaningful life.

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Page last updated 12th December 2017