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2. Not Spending Time in Nature

2. Not Spending Time in Nature

Challenge yourself to go on a walk every day. Do this without music. Observe, feel, smell, and simply be in Nature for this time.

Go to a park, lie in the sun and take a nap. Watch a sunrise or sunset. Sit outside and watch the clouds go by.

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