Why Autumn Walks Are Great For Your Mind
None of us knew that we would have to endure a second lockdown, but at least we have to consider safety first. If you are confused or tired of the current situation I have added some travel tips to help you focus on the things that will keep your mind off the second wave of Covid-19.
You might not be able to travel, as much as you would love to however, all is not lost. Most of my current travels take place during my commute, autumn walks and last minute strolls. Try this.
Some of the ways to enjoy autumn walks in London
Feed your mind with nature around you, for example, riverside walks along London’s embankment.
Go for an autumn walk in park like Greenwich, Burgess Park or a park near you.
Practice Bird and duck watching in Burgess, St James or in other parks in the capital. I spent some time watching ducks interact with each other.
Try to keep still for a moment or two and watch the clouds build up or disperse.
During your stroll, listen to the birds chirping.
Listen to the leaves rustling.
The above suggestions will help you keep your mind off the negative messages in the news. When you practice going out for autumn walks, you will eventually realize that you have less time for negative vibes.
Focus on the positives that are around you. Walks can consist of a few minutes or hours and incorporate some exercise along the way.
As you can imagine travelling is not always about jetting off somewhere.
Do you know why autumn walks are great for your mind? Are you ready to take your mind off of the current climate? Drop me a line as always. Stay safe!