7. Re-Connect

Squirrel“Everything in nature gravitates towards what best serves it’s growth, and that includes the human race.” – Sonia Choquette

Today we have become more disconnected from the natural world than ever before, yet studies show that many of us feel less depressed after a walk in the country and the sights, sounds and smells of the forest lower cortisol levels, pulse rates and blood pressure. There so many benefits to slowing down and taking the time to really un-wind and connect with the world around you.

Nature self regulates squirrels don’t store MORE nuts than they need, they have enough to get them through the winter. Squirrels like the rest of nature operate a system of sustainability.

It’s time to get in touch with that:


Take a few moments to plan a circuit which takes around 20-30 minutes, something that you can readily fit into your day at least once a week, a lunch break would be perfect, and taking a route through a park, a wood, a forest, a country track, is ideal.