Sunday, September 20, 2015

4 Reasons Nature is Calming

1. It's quiet-  Nature allows you to think without the interruptions of the city sounds. It is still and silent, and that is the perfect setting for thinking and clearing your mind. 


2. Nature is beautiful- No questions about how beautiful nature is, from the huge trees that seem to touch the sky to the little flowers that are friends with the bugs. Nature is complex yet simple which is perfect for the eyes. 


3. More O2- Because you are surrounded by trees, you receive more oxygen. Fresh air does amazing things for you and the forest has cleaner air which will make you feel great! Fact: A single mature tree can absorb carbon dioxide at a rate of 48 lbs./year and release enough oxygen back into the atmosphere to support 2 human beings source


4. It's our home- Humans have lived on Earth for about 200,000 years and when we first started living here we lived in nature. There were no houses, cities, or cars, we lived in the wild and so nature is hardwired into who we are. 

Have a good week! 
Note: I am having my internet disconnected, I don't know for how long but just wanted to mention it since I won't be commenting on everyone's blogs as much as I usually do. I will try to post and comment as often as I can. (:
<3,
Vanessa 

8 comments:

  1. After spending two days camping, I can safely say that although nature is beautiful and peaceful and all around extraordinary, sleeping in it is not something I enjoy doing.

    -M
    The Life of Little Me

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    1. How was camping? I agree, even though I love nature it's not easy to sleep in!

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  2. Though I am not really an outside person, I find nature very interesting to read about! I also love looking at photos of plants XD

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    1. Glad you enjoyed looking at the pictures and reading the post :P :)

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  3. I loved this post and these photos are beautiful!!

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    1. Thank you! I try to get to the point instead of rambling sometimes! I will for sure check out your blog :)

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