Get Outside and in to Nature – A Slow Experiment

In March 2018 we bring back the popular Slow Experiments, and the first one is a cracker. We’re spending 30 days prioritising time spent outdoors.

Why? Because we know from personal experience that time spent in nature makes us feel better emotionally, mentally and physically, and now the science is here to back it up. But the problem lies in the fact that as soon as life gets busy, deadlines loom, the weather is less than ideal, we stay inside.

This month is all about prioritising time outside regardless of what obstacles come up, and even if it’s as simple as a ten-minute stroll around a tiny park in your lunch break, then we want you to make it a priority and, over the period of 30 days, see if you feel any change.

It doesn’t need to be 60 minutes a day (although that’s what we’re aiming for) and you don’t need to climb a mountain every morning. If you’re after some motivation or some suggestions on how to incorporate outdoors time in to your daily rhythm, download a free copy of our Slow Experiment Scavenger Hunt below and see how many you check off over the next 30 days.

The experiment officially starts on March 1 but you can begin any time. Use #slowexperiment over on Instagram, and share your experience with us.

Download the Slow Experiment Scavenger Hunt checklist below: