Did you know that connecting with nature helps you connect with your own personal power? Do you need ideas on how to spend time in our natural world? Do you want a break from your crazy, hectic week? Let travel and nature writer Rebecca Bailey guide you how to spend more time outside and get the most out of our natural world.
A growing amount of scientific research demonstrates that well-being and nature go hand-in-hand. It’s why you feel good when watching a beautiful sunset, exploring a beach, or taking a walk in a park. You are experiencing the natural uplifting energy of nature. And, the more time you spend in nature, the better you will feel.
Time in nature is not only fun, it ultimately brings more relevance into your life. Bailey shows you how, drawing from more than 25 years of travel and nature experiences. 101 Ways to connect with Nature (and Yourself) is an extensive list of things to do and ways to help you tap into the power of nature.
You’ll find suggestions about easy and fun outdoor activities, places to go and simple ideas on how to boost your mood while spending time outside. You’ll read about easy activities that will leave you refreshed and ready to take on just about anything.
Whether walking outside, enjoying the heady fragrance of your favorite flower or gazing at the night sky, this book will help you tap into nature’s countless nourishing ways.
Before long, you will begin to understand nature’s role in your own life and how it can positively impact you, ultimately, helping you find more joy, peace and balance in your life.
And make every day a walk in the park.
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This book is free from 08/12/2019 until 08/14/2019.
About the Author
Rebecca Bailey loves to write. It’s always been that way. She followed her passion, obtaining a degree in journalism at Western Washington University and has been writing professionally ever since—both in the corporate world and as a freelance travel and nature writer. Rebecca’s writing philosophy is to inform, persuade, and involve her readers. She sees her writing as a springboard for action. Her love of nature as grown throughout the last 30 years and today it’s her main focus. She writes to show readers how nature and positive emotional well-being go hand-in-hand. She is especially committed to showing women how to connect with the mood-boosting and empowering energy of our natural world. Her website, natureme.net, features fun activities, articles, travel tips and gorgeous photography. Also, Rebecca and her daughter create and lead free urban nature neighborhood walks throughout the Seattle area. Rebecca lives near Seattle, favors writing in coffee houses, hanging out with loved ones, taking road-trips and savoring a glass of wine while enjoying the gorgeous view of the Cascade Mountains from her deck.
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