Bringing nature into our everyday lives will help us connect with ourselves and each other as well as think about and value nature, encouraging us to incorporate more sustainable behaviours.
It is desperately needed. Nature is struggling to survive and need our help. Nature and the human species share the same eco-system, therefore it is important we look after nature and start to experience nature and all that nature has to offer us. By us basking in nature in all weathers, we can start to reap the benefits for ourselves.
We must value nature so that nature looks after us. Nature has other rewards too. It is good for our mental, emotional and spiritual health. In light of the coronavirus, making a connection with nature, has never been so important.
Nature not only helps us connect and appreciate wildlife, but it helps us connect with ourselves, sometimes in solitude, sometimes not, but always connecting with nature and ourselves.
As David Attenborough concludes in his ‘Extinction’ documentary, the human species and nature must coexist together if nature and the human species are to survive. Spending time in nature is good for us.
People who spend time in nature are happier, healthier and more relaxed about their lives, even with any issues they may have to deal with. Connecting with nature helps you think about your life in the whole, nature helps us identify with yourselves, which means you’re more likely to change your outward behaviour.
Looking after nature has never been so important. So, no matter the weather, bask in all its glory. Get yourself wrapped up and get out there. If you have a back garden, why not put nuts and seeds out so birds can come into your garden and you can give them a home.