Nothing clears your head like a walk or hike. So often, when out in nature, moments of clarity come to us. The stress, anxiety and confusion (which often lead to unhealthy habits) of life in this busy, wired world tend to escape us while hiking outdoors. After a hike, make it a regular practice to take even five minutes to journal what was going through your mind: a wonderful quote, a prayer, a meditation or a list of what you are most grateful for. In addition to getting exercise for your body, you will find inner peace, which we all so desperately need.
“We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect.” ~ Anais Nin
Compliments of: New Life Hiking Spa, Killington, Vermont