Spend time with nature ft. Mr. I

I have a very important message for you, yes you, my amazing reader, I want you to step out and spend time with nature.

Today, I will talk about why spending time with nature is important and how it can be done effectively. I got the idea for this blog by watching my garden and that’s when I thought maybe I should share this with someone.

What does spending time with nature means?

The idea of spending time with nature is very broad, it starts with your balcony and could end anywhere. Going out to the walk-in park is spending time with nature, going for a swim, camping, going to the nearby forest, boating, dancing in the rain or having a nap on the grass, this all means spending time with nature.

This is the first time I’m sharing pics of my garden
We have around 80 varieties of plants and trees

Why this is important?

Research suggests, if you spend at least 30 mins with the nature daily you can experience these:

  • Higher energy levels.
  • Better mood.
  • More positive feelings, better mental health.
  • More productivity.
  • Increase in sense of well-being
  • Increased vitamin D levels
  • Better sleep, as nature reduces stress.
  • Better brain health and more creativity.

But wait, there’s more, research suggesting that spending time with nature helps you recover faster, reduces the risk of chronic diseases, better heart and lungs health and more. So, I don’t see any reason why you should not spend time with nature daily.

How it can be done?

No matter where you live you can find places that you can visit, it could be a park, a lake (like that in my case, as I’m from the lake city), a zoo or maybe the mountains. You can select the time of your choice and start exploring. If you don’t want to explore, then it’s fine you can just go to a local park and play games or just sit peacefully and observe. A workout in an alfresco sounds interesting or how about cycling?

I’ve mentioned gardening and that’s something you can do too, if you have some space you can start growing veggies. I am saying veggies because it takes very less time to grow (as compared to a fruit tree) and you can even eat it. If you don’t have space, you can still have some indoor plants and watch them grow. Plants can be grown at a park near you, no one will ever say no to you for growing a plant, just don’t forget to nurture it.

Can you guess the name of these plants?
That’s Sapodilla

By the way, writing a blog in a park also seems to be an interesting idea, let me know in the comment section if you have ever done it or are willing to do it.

And if this blog didn’t inspire you to spend time with nature, maybe a beautiful poem will. I would like to share a poem by Mr. I :

The lush green meadow
The cotton like snow
The scorching heat
The strangers we meet

Nature has been that friend
Who always holds our hand
Provides us with every present
that is really very pleasant

Just step out and feel them all
May it be spring summer winter or fall
Our nature is one of its kind
Has advantages that are easy to find

Everyday the nature gives us something new
Just like grass has the cool drops of dew
Let's pledge to make good use of these advantages
I am sure you will thank the nature for ages...

Now, that you have read this blog, I want you to walk out and enjoy the beautiful nature. Feel free to share your adventures with me. Special thanks to my brother Mr. I for writing a poem on short notice and helping me with this blog.

Until next time, spend time with nature with a beautiful smile.

91 responses to “Spend time with nature ft. Mr. I”

  1. Writing a blog post in a garden…sounds interesting!
    And your garden is so beautiful…AND 80 varieties of plants and trees…wowwww!!
    I guess 1 of the plants from your garden is papaya…I’m not sure by the way!
    And the poem was so beautifully penned!!
    And are you from Udaipur?

  2. Spending time in natureΒ is one of the activities I love doing because it makes me happy and relax. Anyway, you have such a beautiful garden. Love reading this article and poem πŸ₯°

  3. Great postπŸ‘I love your garden. I’m working on planting some new things right now. The idea of planting vegetables was helpful, I didn’t consider that they do indeed grow much faster than fruit. I have written while watching the sun come up over the ocean. It was probably my favorite writing experience to date. Thanks for sharing!

    • Thank you so much. Vegetable grows much, certain veggies like spinach, brinjal, Fenugreek grow very very fast.
      Also, share pics of your work in/as a blog, it will be very interesting and can teach people a thing or two.
      I’m glad to hear about your writing experience, open air is capable of doing magic. Thank you so much for your precious time.

  4. Wonderful post about nature and your brothers poem was beautiful too. Nature is so important to me. I specifically moved to a place where I can go hiking every day and I love it here. πŸ˜ƒ

  5. Wow you have beautiful big garden with lots of trees like papaya,rose! Beautiful poem well shared yes spending time with plants sometimes makes us forget everything and of course for some people gardening is a passion.Thanks for sharing πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘

  6. Such a beautiful garden it is. I am sure you love to sit here when the weather is all nice and pleasant. You’ve got a variety of plants. Spending time with nature is indeed one of the best part of the day. I don’t have a garden, so I usually go to the nearby park. And I can’t stress enough on how refreshing it is.

    • Well spending time with nature was only my main intention of write this blog. Nature revitalize us and also soothes our mind. It’s good to know that you go to park, I guess you are doing good enough. Ever considered writing a poem there? Let me know if it felt different.
      And hey, thank you so much for commenting, I really appreciate your valuable time.

      • Couldn’t agree more. I did use to write in the park. In fact I used to go there only to write, haha. It is absolutely the best place to be, sets the right tone, and mind for writing. But I don’t carry a writing pad anymore, I just go for a walk, and observe the nature.

      • That’s best too… You are living a healthy life. If I had discovered your site before, I could have used your knowledge and input in this blog.
        Also, I’ve made many comments on your blogs, I’m really sorry for that, sometimes I could be very talkative. Feel free to delete them, those are like a complete conversation. πŸ˜…

      • Yes, and I saw in your blog, you promote healthy living, which is absolutely essential. Great work!
        Nevermind the comments, it’s a personal blog, I just write for myself, anything that comes to my mind.

  7. Hi Devang. Hope you are well today. I like this post as I’m very much a nature-lover myself. I’m fortunate to have a biggish garden at the back of my house. I can’t get out there because of my disability but I can look out and see all the trees at the bottom of the garden, the lush grass and some wild daffodils and bluebells. I’m also lucky that I live near a river that runs alongside a park. There are all sorts of wildflowers, trees, natural hedges and tall grasses. It’s very peaceful there. If I go a bit further, there is the big park in the city which also has some beautiful plants and trees as well as a small lake with ducks and geese on it. I love going there in the dry weather. I sometimes buy some duck food and sit in my wheelchair feeding the ducks. Nature is very peaceful and very calming. I know it certainly helps me to be out in it and I’m glad you have found the same. Ellie.

    • It would be great if you can share some pics ( if not already) in your blogs. Your place sounds very peaceful.
      Thank you so much for commenting mam πŸ™‡πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ

      • Hi Devang. I have a few photos of my garden and will try and take some more of the river area next time I go down there. You’ve given me a good idea for my next post (if I can get the photos by then). Thank you.

  8. You are truly blessed to have that wonderful garden. And truly being around nature rejuvenates the soul and heals the body mind and soul. Happy blogging

  9. I love spending time in the park! I’m still more of a city person but if i don’t get out of the house once in a while and go to park or even stand in the balcony or rooftop i feel bad.
    Nice post, thanks for sharing!

  10. Being in and around nature really works wonders on all of our sould and minds. You have an interesting blog Devang. Looking forward to some amazing posts.
    P.S.Thank you for visiting my blog πŸ™‚

    • Exactly and thanks πŸ™‡πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ
      Also, I visited your site but it was not just a one time thing, I really want you read all your work and I want to do it patiently. I didn’t wanted to drop likes and disappear, that’s why I only read a few of your blogs, but I am planning to do more. πŸ™πŸΌ

      • Also I wanted to make your aware about comments coming into spam. Wp thinks I’m a spammer πŸ˜… and most of the comments that I make goes into spam. It’s because I comment and interact with a lot of blogs and new sites regularly. πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ
        So if you see a like and no comment from my side, then comment is in spam. Thanks and keep smiling

  11. Would you consider litter-picking walks along pleasant country lanes? (That has become one of my favourite regular pastimes.)

    Please congratulate your brother on his poem πŸ™‚

  12. Very nice garden! I can see the roses and the hollyhocks. Looks like a nice getaway from work and any stress. I love gardening. Our daffodils are blooming now. It’s finally spring for us. : )

    • Ohh here it’s summer,
      Now we don’t have hollyhocks( at present). At the moment we have beautiful Arabian Jasmine and lilies only 😊
      Also thank you so much for visiting my blog, you made my day. πŸ™πŸΌ
      I am looking forward to read more of your blogs, I love your writing style and versatile topics. πŸ˜ƒ

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