We all spend too much time inside. And who can blame us?
It’s comfortable at home. It’s filled with plush sofas and comfy Nuknuuk slippers, with our indispensable electronic devices and worldly possessions. Then there is air conditioning, cold drinks and snacks. So yes, spending time indoors does sound good, especially when another heat wave is just around the corner.
But summer is here, and so is the pressure to go outside and reap the benefits of fresh air. According to multiple studies, spending time outside boosts our mental and physical health and wellbeing. And here is the good news: You don’t need to wander far to benefit from the great outdoors -- with just a few small adjustments to your daily routines, you can effortlessly increase the amount of time spent in the open air.