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Something as simple as a walk in the woods can help us live a better life
In this episode, I am talking with Journalist and prize-winning author Florence Williams about her latest book Nature Fix. We discuss the current problems with our hyper-connected and indoor life and how getting outside can actually help make use happier, healthier and more creative.
Some of the points we talk about
- What happens to our brain and body when we go outside
- Programs that some countries are putting in place to get people in nature
- Things that you can do
- Getting outside under trees
- Spending a few hours every week in nature
- How longer bouts in nature can help
About the guest
Florence Williams is a journalist, bestselling author, podcaster and public speaker. She is a contributing editor at Outside Magazine and a freelance writer for the New York Times, New York Times Magazine, National Geographic, The New York Review of Books, Slate, Mother Jones and numerous other publications. She is also the writer and host of the new Audible Original series, Breasts Unbound, as well as Outside Magazine’s Double-X Factor podcast. Her public speaking includes keynotes at Google, the Smithsonian, the Seattle Zoo, the Aspen Ideas Festival and many other corporate, academic and nonprofit venues.
Learn more about Florence and her work. http://www.florencewilliams.com/