Staying inside may be comfortable, but it can not be compared to the benefits of stepping outside. Let these articles convince you of why some fresh air will do you good:
Is It Bad To Stay Inside For An Entire Day?
“The bed obsessed part of me wants to scream out ‘No!’ My lazy habits usually find me in bed for the whole weekend, and with take-out being delivered to your door, the outside world can wait till Monday. We’re all guilty of doing it. Sometimes, when the weekend arrives after a long week, locking yourself inside seems like Heaven. But is it?
I know for one that I’m always moaning about a lack of energy, which can lead to a lack of drive for the week. Do you ever get that feeling of brain fog and laziness during your weekdays? You’d think that taking the weekend to rest would help, but it doesn’t. You know the feeling, yeah it may feel great to kick up and relax in bed and racing through some series on Netflix. But when Monday comes you don’t feel any more rested than before, and it’s just not because of Moody Monday. So, why is it?”
10 Great Reasons To Get Outside More Often
“Humans are drawn to nature. We feel better when we spend time in forests, gardens, or parks. Edward O. Wilson termed this desire to connect with nature ‘biophilia.’ It implies that an instinctive bond exists between humans and other living systems.
Similar ideas are echoed in the cultural practices of friluftsliv, the Scandinavian philosophy of open air living, and in shinrin-yoku, Japanese forest immersion (or ‘forest bathing’). And there's science to back up those warm fuzzies. So, if you need more motivation to make time for a jaunt outside (or convince someone to join you), you’ve come to the right place.”
11 Scientifically Proven Reasons You Should Go Outside
“With spring finally here after a long and brutal winter, we highly recommend spending some time outside.
Nature offers one of the most reliable boosts to your mental and physical well-being. Here are just a few potential benefits:”