Category Archives: Outdoors

What is Goat Yoga?

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What is Goat Yoga? Seriously, it’s what everyone’s been asking themselves ever since it has become a global phenomenon, and the truth is much, much simpler than what we could have ever thought of. Goat yoga has the same exact characteristics as regular yoga, but the only difference is that you’re at peace practicing it in front of said animal in an open, green-friendly outdoor space. Therapy animals Goat yoga can be interpreted as therapeutic, and the truth is that these animals can give you a sense of peace while you’re practicing a relaxing activity. Being close to nature has never required actually going up to a mountain and socializing […]

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An Open Love Letter to Hiking

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Hiking is certainly an activity that we’ve experienced collectively as a society for some years now. It has always existed, but amongst a culture filled with buzzwords, goat yoga and other forms of wild entertainment, it remains one of the most common and tame outdoor activities that one can commit to. It is for sure one of the less risky and probably the one that has more opportunities for you to chit-chat and have a meaningful interaction with other people while doing so. Activity of the mind It is not only an activity done to take in the landscape and foam at the mouth with our beautiful earthly treasures, but […]

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Three Reasons Why Going Outdoors is the Key to a Long Life

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Spending time outside the house is fun and relaxing, especially when you’re in touch with nature and enjoying the greatness of the sun. For some people, an outdoor lifestyle is their passion and can’t imagine a day away from the mountains, for others is just a hobby, and while there are adventurous athletes traveling to the end of the world, you can also find quite a lot of hikers who live natural lifestyles and take care of our system. However, what all of their lifestyles have in common is that they have shown us that living outside increases vitamin levels, brain health and concentration and mood. Having a healthier and […]

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Preparing for Your First Camping Trip

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One of the best ways to get a dose of nature in your life is to go camping. You can do it with friends, family, as a couple or even alone. It really is a great way to relax while enjoying the outdoors, getting some fresh air into your lungs, and disconnecting from city life.

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Plan a Trail Run, Your Body Will Thank You

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Road running is an amazing exercise for clearing the mind, reducing and anxiety and increasing your health, but it can be more taxing on your body than you realize.

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Best Nature Vacation Ideas for Adventurers

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Forget the museums and historical tours, let’s go deep into the jungle, explore underwater caves, or hike up huge cliffs. Nature vacations are all about the natural resources of the places you go visit. You get to explore a new place, get in touch with nature, and satisfy your need for adventure.

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An Active Lifestyle vs. Your Desk Job?

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The biggest understated truth about human beings is that we need sun and fresh air. We may have advanced enough to build elaborate shelters and distractions to constantly hide us from nature, but that doesn’t mean we’ve outgrown the benefits of being in touch with nature. Going outdoors and being active is something we all need on a very deep level, our bodies greatly benefit from it and it’s actually a necessity we can’t ignore without suffering.

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The Outdoors and Your Health: Why You Should Get Out More

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For the last few decades, society has become more and more sedentary. The average adult is expected to work a 9 to 5 job locked away in an office, sitting at a desk in front of a computer, barely standing up during the workday, and then going home to try to unwind on the couch before going to bed. Even those who can actually make it to the gym on a daily basis are only spending about 6% on their days being active.

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Date Night in the Outdoors

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We all seem to do the same things when planning a date. It’s a night out in the bar, dinner at a cosy restaurant, intimate meal at home, movies, a play, etc. It seems we really really want to stay indoors and wake up the next day with a hangover. Outdoor dates require pretty little commitment and effort. Regardless of the status of your relationship, planning a date in the open is a great idea. Outdoor dates are underestimated. They shouldn’t be, though. Having a date out in nature can be just as fun, and what’s more, it gives you the opportunity to focus on your date on a more […]

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