This past Friday was our beloved Earth Day. It was a lovely Spring day in Fargo, so I was able to spend some sweet time outside, discovering my own backyard actually, being that I moved in during the Winter and now get to see what springs up!
As I contemplated doing something extra special for Earth Day, I realized that I'm an "Earth Day is every day," kind of person. It is part of my self care practice to be constantly connecting with nature and it's bounty.
So in honor of Earth Day, I figured I would share some ways to make celebrating and honoring our dear planet a part of your daily life, too.
People are inside more than ever, and when they are outside, it's covered up and usually just to get from one building to the car. This is quite sad for many reasons, but one important one is that we are missing out on all of the valuable things we get from being outside.
One is Vitamin D that we get from the sun. So many people are Vitamin D deficient. There are also studies that show the health benefits from connecting to the ionic charge of the earth. Physically connecting with the earth's ionic charge has now become an official thing, and it's called Earthing.