The more time you spend surrounded by nature, the happier, healthier and more alive you are likely to feel. Taking the time to go outside and enjoy the flora and fauna is not only a great way to get fresh air and get exercise, but it is also the perfect way to feel more vital and ensure you don’t feel sluggish.
Whilst it may seem like caffeine or other stimulants are going to be the best way to wake one up in the morning, drinking caffeine regularly will not actually help you feel livelier. Instead, those who drink coffee will simply need to consume caffeine to put them on a level playing field and therefore coffee will not boost energy levels, but merely return them to normal.
Spending time amongst nature meanwhile will improve both mental and physical health, and make people feel a great deal more ready to face the day. As such, it can be hugely beneficial to spend time in parks or even in your own back garden. In fact, those with garden rooms are likely to feel far happier and far more productive than those who spend the majority of their time in the house and with such rooms being cost-effective and a very attractive addition to a home, the benefits of acquiring one are endless.
For those who work from home, working from garden offices can help inspire and energise and by being so close to nature one is likely to get more done and to produce better quality work, and faster too.
Not only are energy levels increased by spending time in our gardens or in parks, but mood is likely to be increased too and whether you choose to work in your garden to help improve your mood and in turn how much you enjoy your work, or whether you just like to take regular breaks outside to enjoy nature’s many benefits, spending merely twenty minutes closer to nature may well be enough to significantly improve how happy you are every single day.