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With the weather warming up it's the right time to start spending time outside and enjoying some family or alone time. Here are some ideas you can start doing to connect yourself with nature and your inner self.
Get a tent and hike to a well-known spot in your area where you can camp for the night. There's nothing like waking up in nature and having your fresh cup of coffee looking at the morning fog.
2. Beach time
Not into camping? No worries! The beach is another great option, you might want to wait until it gets a little bit warmer but you can go before summer time and have the beach for yourself!
A fun workout that you can do by yourself or with a group!
4. Take a hike
We are sure there are plenty of hiking trails around you, why not make some food and take it along? Have a picnic at the end of the trail but always take your trash back with you, we want to keep the space and wildlife safe.
5. Fly a kite
When was the last time you flew a kite? If you have kids this will be a great bonding experience, have a contest or even fly it at the beach!
6. Scavenger hunt
This one would take a little bit of work, but if you have kids, this is going to be a fun-filled afternoon!
7. Miniature golfing
A little putt-putt is the perfect game to teach your children patience.
8. Plant a garden
The perfect flowers to plant in early spring are pansies, forget-me-nots, and primroses. In late spring, gladiolas, begonias, dahlias, daylilies, and daisies work best. If you’d rather plant vegetables, try tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, squash, beans, and cucumbers in late May.
We hope you do any of these activities, if so, share it and make sure to tag us through our social media channels, we would love to see your pictures!