Three reasons to go outside


A Stanford led study finds quatifiable evidence that walking in nature could lead to a lower risk of depression.

Here are our reasons for going outside.

  1. Connection
    “Working at home means I can go days without seeing people. I make a point of going out everyday to stay connected to the world. I smile and talk to strangers. I make their day and they make mine.” Anita Patel

  2. Fresh air
    “I make sure I go outside everyday for some fresh air, it always provides me with a change of perspective. I see things differently and I see different things.” Carol Conway

  3. Well-being
    “Going out enables me to disconnect from digital distractions and connect with the present and nature.” Neena Speding

Tell us, what are the benefits you feel when you go outside and walk in nature?

Neets, Carol & Neena
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