IT’S SHINRIN YOKU TIME! HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY!

A timeless tradition for a modern problem.

Why a Japanese inspiration?

Here’s how to do it.

  1. Go to a forest.
  2. Wander around aimlessly. Try to take everything in using all of your senses.

Here’s a bonus idea.

Programming Note

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Former CEO of The Nature Conservancy CEO. “Nature’s Fortune” author. Family man, yogi, ice climber, vegan.

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Mark Tercek

Mark Tercek

Former CEO of The Nature Conservancy CEO. “Nature’s Fortune” author. Family man, yogi, ice climber, vegan.

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