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304 pages, Paperback
First published February 7, 2017
A surprisingly enjoyable journey into what it means to be healthy and happy.
we all need nearby nature: we benefit cognitively and psychologically from having trees, bodies of water, and green spaces just to look at; we should be smarter about landscaping our schools, hospitals, workplaces and neighborhoods so everyone gains.So much of health and happiness in the "modern" world is found through non-natural means.
Nature appears to act directly upon our autonomic systems, calming us, but it also works indirectly, through facilitating social contact and through encouraging exercise and physical movement.She traveled the world - from Japan to Finland to Scotland and beyond - seeking out the latest research into how the natural world benefits mankind.
If you have time for vacation, don’t go to a city. Go to a natural area. Try to go one weekend a monthI have never truly considered the impact of nature upon my life.
May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view.YouTube | Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Snapchat @miranda_reads
"We come out in nature not because the science says it does something to us, but because of how it makes us feel."