Once upon a time, when I was a graduate environmental advisor at the mines, I was lucky enough to be accepted onto Al Gore’s Climate Project. The aim of the Project was to train up some key climate champions across all different walks of life to go out and give presentations on the topic wherever they could.
I so often talk about how beneficial it is your you to spend time in nature – physically, mentally and spiritually – so I won’t bang on about it again too much today. It’s true that simply being in nature, without even trying to do anything, does wonders for you. Although, given we are all so time poor these days, I would like to help you out with how you can get the most out of each visit.
It’s officially the beginning of winter here in Australia. That’s often a time where we rug up, stay indoors and, if you are like me, eat. But it can also be a time of year when we tend to get a little more down because we are less inclined to get out there and exercise, socialise or spend time in nature.