Did you know that connecting with nature helps you connect with your own personal power? Do you need ideas on how to spend time in nature? Do you want a break from your crazy, hectic week? Let nature and travel writer Rebecca Bailey show you how to get the most out of our natural world.
A growing amount of research demonstrates that emotional well-being and nature go hand-in-hand. It’s why you feel good when watching a beautiful sunset, exploring a beach, or walking through a park. You are connecting with natural uplifting energy.
Time in nature is not only uplifting, it ultimately brings more relevance into your life. Bailey shows you how, drawing from more than 25 years of travel and nature experiences. How to Make Everday a Walk in the Park is an extensive list of nature activities and guidance on how to tap into the mood-boosting power of nature.
You’ll find suggestions about fun outdoor activities, places to go, and simple ideas on how to feel better while spending time in nature. You’ll read about easy activities that will leave you refreshed and ready to take on just about anything.
Whether walking outside, enjoying the heady fragrance of your favorite flower, or gazing at the night sky, this book will help you tap into nature’s countless nourishing ways.
Before long, you will begin to understand nature’s role in your own life and how it can positively impact you, helping you to find more joy, peace, and balance in your life.
Targeted Age Group:: 30 and up
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I love to write. It's always been that way. And, my love of nature has grown throughout the last 30 years. Today it's my main focus. My why. Several years ago, I combined my passion for writing and nature by creating a website that is filled with articles, tips, and suggestions about where to go, what to do, and how to tap into the uplifting power of nature.
Making Every Day a Walk in the Park evolved naturally as my next step for my Natureme website. I wanted to compile my nature-related experiences into a book to help my readers grow their own relationship with nature. The book shows readers how to incorporate easy and fun activities into their daily lives, ultimately enhancing their overall emotional well-being.
I stood near our car on the side of a narrow gravel road that was about 50 miles into Denali National Park. It was well after midnight on a midsummer day. The sun was making a long arc across the sky never quite setting. All was quiet. Hushed. Still. The scene was absolutely vibrating in beautiful light-filled colors. Gold, pink, and orange hues illuminated the sky. Sloping tundra-covered hills seemed to be alive with this light. Mesmerized, I felt exhilarated in a way like never before. Uplifted. Energized.
I was traveling with my partner who had a professional photographer’s permit that allowed us to drive a private vehicle into the park. The primitive road took us over harrowing steep grades, across wide braided-river valleys, and around tundra-sloped hills. Bears, wolves, and caribou ruled this stunningly beautiful land.
During that trip, we slept in a tent for thirteen nights among the bears, wolves, and caribou. One night I crawled into my sleeping bag after seeing a mother grizzly bear and her two cubs grazing less than a mile away from our tent. Was I crazy?
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