Go Outside: mini-mission
As the seasons change and the temperatures drop, I want to spend more and more time outdoors. Living in the city has me outside several times a day to walk Guinness and explore downtown, but I haven’t been getting into the woods or onto the trails as much.
That changed this weekend and a little hike through changing leaves and brisk air inspired this mini-mission.
If you work indoors, or spend a bunch of time behind closed doors, take on today’s mini-mission and simply go outside. Fresh air, sunshine or raindrops, and a chance to stretch your body are all awesome side effects of going outside. Why not take advantage of it?
A fifteen minute break in your day to go outside won’t derail your work efforts. It will probably help. If you have trouble peeling your self away from what you are doing, or can’t think of a reason to go outside, try a scavenger photo hunt.
Scavenger photo hunt rules
Go outside and take pictures of something …
- that you are wearing
Turning your focus towards seeing your surroundings will add to the benefits of going outside. Share your outside images to inspire your friends to go outside too.
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