5 Ways To Get Outside This Summer (& Love Every Minute of It!)
Who else is loving June? On our side of the states, the weather has been pretty bipolar. However, we can’t complain since it is at least finally warm. For this weekly reading line up we were inspired to talk about getting outside (blame berry picking season). From places to go to things to eat, we’re hoping the articles below will get you in the “get outside” mood…especially if you’re getting some great weather where you are—eyeing you, west coast.
Article 1: “10 Awesomely Messy Outdoor Activities With Kids”
If you have kids, you’ll love this article from Parenting.com! It includes a list of ten messy yet fun activities for them to enjoy. Sure the result may be unsightly, but it’s outdoors so it’s not as if you have to worry about stained counter tops or ruined rugs. That’s a plus, right?
Article 2: “This Running Playlist Will Power You Through The First Mile”
If you’ve been wanting to go for a run outside, but find yourself out of breath and heading back inside after one lap around the block, don’t worry. Well and Good put together a quick article on fighting the “first mile blues” in running and provides a Spotify playlist to get your mind off your pains and into your muscle gains. Grab our Brown Rice Protein Powder to complement your workout session!
Article 3: “Three Chemical-Free Sprays for Repelling Pests In The Garden”
If you have a home garden this article from OneGreenPlanet will prove beneficial to you. This post has three chemical-free sprays that you can make to keep pests away. This way the hard work you put into gardening won’t get ruined by insects!
Article 4: “7 Minutes. No Equipment. Science Backed Core Workout That Works”
Want to skip going to the gym and take your workout outside instead? This 7-minute workout from Greatist is the perfect post-lunch calorie burner! Try it out after your next picnic with your best friend.
Article 5: “I Gave Up T.V. For Two Weeks, Here’s What Happened”
Itching to unplug from technology entirely? Get some inspiration from the writer of this Men’s Health article who quit watching t.v. for two weeks…what a hero, really. With the extra time, you can go outside and do some of the things mentioned above!
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