25 simple ways to nourish your relationship with Mother Earth
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Every year on June 5, we take a moment to put down our phones and put on our comfiest shoes because it’s World Environment Day! And this year’s theme is Time For Nature, which for us means paying extra attention to the things we take for granted like feeling wind in our hair, seeing sun rays shining through windows, and stargazing on a random weeknight. 

We know it can be harder to connect with nature as we’ve been advised to stay inside as much as possible, but luckily there are still so many ways to nourish our nature-loving souls. From starting an herb garden to taking a nap outside — here are 25  fun and simple ways to connect with Mother Earth and celebrate World Environment Day.

25 simple ways to nourish your relationship with Mother Earth

1. Start an herb garden

2. Read nature books — we recommend “Braiding Sweetgrass” by Robin Wall

3. Revisit your bucket list (challenge: circle/highlight all the things you want to do that involve the outdoors)

4. Become a plant parent

5. Join the nature webcams party

6. Take outdoor-inspired online courses like this one from Leave No Trace

7. Listen to Earth-oriented podcasts

8. Go on a bike ride, if it’s safe (and be sure to practice social distancing!)

9. Take a nap outside

10. Pitch a tent in your backyard

11. Wear your People for the Planet Tee or something else that makes you feel grounded

People for the Planet Wholesome Culture Shirt
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12. Wake up extra early to appreciate the sunrise

13. Embrace your inner child and spot shapes in the clouds

14. Doodle or paint a landscape portrait (check out our Earth-inspired printable coloring book)

printable Earth themed coloring book by Wholesome Culture
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15. Plant a tree

16. Learn the names of trees and flowers

Mother Earth Trees

17. Let the wind tangle your hair

18. Just look out a window for at least 5 whole minutes — or more!

19. Do some nature journaling

20. Hike (again, only if it’s safe, and remember your masks!)

21. Watch nature documentaries

22. Try regrowing your lettuce or celery

indoor garden from food scraps

23. Go barefoot

24. Study the phases of the moon

25. Stargaze!

Are you trying to embrace slowing down? We think you’d love this post.  

And get inspired by these nature loving reads:

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