You don’t have to have a dog to perform this effortless meditation. In fact, it is best if you don’t so that you don’t get distracted with dog related activities 🙂 However, there is a catch, it must be performed twice a day (as though you have a real dog to take for a walk) and every day. So, commitment here is necessary. Rewards are great and very much worth the commitment. So, try it even if it is just for a week J
Planning a wedding, however happy the occasion may be, takes a toll on our stress levels. Some people may be able to cope really well with all of it, and others choose to just elope in order to escape all the hassle and start their happy ever after as soon as possible. The rest of us, on the other hand, would love some advice on how to unwind and let our shoulders down when the big day is right around the corner.
We all come from nature, so it’s perfectly normal that we feel good when we are surrounded by it. But sometimes it can be difficult to pinpoint exactly what it is that makes us feel good when we are outside. Whether it’s an afternoon walk, a weekend hike or simply walking to work in the morning through a park, the benefits of spending time in nature are proven time and time again, and here are some of them that will motivate you to skip the bus and walk to work tomorrow: