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There is something on the horizon. We all see it every day, but mostly we keep our eyes lowered.

The something that we all see but many would prefer to avoid noticing is the common-sense dictum that taking time for ourselves, outside, is essential to both short- and long-term wellbeing and health.

Whether it is a daily walk in the park or a weekend away every now and again (preferably both), mind and body need the sustenance that only contact with nature can give.

The simple antidote to modern complaints caused by the effects of stress and high demand is to take time to care for ourselves. There are many ways of doing this, and the best ones are accessible and free.

 

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