• Susie Csorsz Brown

Forest bathing

You will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consists of. —Albert Camus


Long before work e-mail and social media started screaming for our attention 24/7, some wise government officials in Japan coined the phrase Shinrin-yoku (forest bathing) to encourage people to become healthier by taking strolls in the forest. I love the idea of bathing in a forest, that feeling of being submerged beneath the green (or glorious fall colors), far from the tribulations of an overflowing inbox. Turn off your phone, go for a walk in the woods, and slowly you will learn to slow down, observe, listen, be calmer. What do I do when work becomes insanely busy? Turn off my computer and go for a walk in the woods. I never regret it. If you don't have woods, go for a walk in a park, or on a quiet street. Enjoy the sun on your face, and the fresh air. You won't regret it.

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Susie is certified through The Parent Coaching Institute, whose graduates are dedicated to help parents focus on "amplifying the positive, appreciating the good, and valuing the possible in themselves and in their children."  http://www.thepci.org/findcoach/ug/brown-susie-csorsz