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  1. Family Life
    When my husband and I plan a vacation, it always involves some beautiful scenery, hiking trails, and cool temperatures. Even now, with three littles in tow, our vacation plans are the same. It takes a little more effort (okay, maybe a lot more) but we want them to experience the great outdoors...
  2. Toddler & Child
    If you're on a mission to get your kids (and yourself) to turn off the screens and enjoy the great outdoors, you're in luck. There are a number of ways you can get your children excited about nature! According to the Washington Post, spending time outdoors has innumerable health benefits...
  3. Family Life
    In the midst of cold and flu season, mothers everywhere are seeking ways to keep their families healthy. Now, they can add forest bathing to their list of natural remedies. Talk to anyone who grew up before the era of smartphones and the internet, and they will likely tell you stories of their...
  4. Green Goods
    Spending time outdoors with nature has been proven to improve health. A new study shows that teens, especially middle schoolers, who spend time outside around green spaces are at lower risk for depression. It's no surprise that fresh air is good for your health. Forest bathing, or shinrin-yoku...
  5. Family Life
    Practicing mindfulness can help both children and adults with emotional self-regulation and cognitive focus. There are many different, yet simple ways to practice mindfulness individually and with your family. One of the ways I enjoy sharing the practice of mindfulness with my children is by...
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