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Seven things to do outside this winter

Tundra Swans. © 2017 Curt Given/Given Photography

A Sweet Little Guide to Nature Me For You

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A Simple Way to FEEL MORE JOY in your life

© Cary Given/Given Photography 2016

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Journal Archive
Friday
Aug152014

PICTURE IT WELL: a peaceful way 

© Cary Given/Given Photography 2014
When your thoughts are rattled from needless worry, doubt or stress, change your focus. Studies show that taking a walk, picking up a good book, exercising, or simple deep breathing can help ease your brooding. Really, any simple, engaging activity works. Choose one you love and watch those thoughts calm down and disappear. In addition to the immediate payoff, make this a regular practice to serve your long-term emotional well-being and soon you'll be on a path to peace. 

PICTURE IT WELL photographs symbolize some aspect of emotional well-being. The brief text is meant to inspire, get you thinking, and show you the healing power of nature.

More Picture it Well posts

Letting go

See the abundance in your life

Dig into your roots

Play it up in the new year

Do one thing

Reflect for growth

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