taking long walks in nature

An activity that is greatly rewarding both for the body and the soul is taking long nature walks, especially at the end of the workday. Not only you’ll be able to beat the tiredness and exhaustion that you feel after work, but they’ll also help you relax, rejuvenate and recharge your batteries. They’ll assist you in enhancing your willpower so that you make better choices and decisions during the evening time.

I have realized that walking in quiet helps me greatly in organizing my thoughts and getting new creative ideas to implement. It’s a wonderful opportunity to let go of our digital devices and distractions, and step away from the noise of everyday life. It gives us space and time for deep thinking without any interruptions and an overall enriching experience. Alternatively, you may choose to play a feel-good podcast, an uplifting and inspirational audiobook, or simply some soothing music as you walk in nature.

If you have access to a natural surrounding like a forest, a lake or a beach, you can capitalize on it and spend your time there in close proximity to its beauty. On the flip side, if you’re dwelling in the urban jungle, then a good option is going to a nice park or at the waterfront or harbor where you can get some quiet time and be intimate with nature.

Taking long nature walks is a great workout in itself and it comes with other benefits as well such as experiencing warm soothing sunlight, breathing fresh oxygen and spending time in a peaceful relaxing environment. It’s an effective way to elevate ourselves mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually providing a comprehensive valuable experience.

Overall, this activity is a wise and useful investment of our time and energy that can bring us invaluable dividends. As naturalist John Muir succinctly expresses this truth in these words: “In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.”