Social Distancing Means We Get to Go Outside to Socialize!
Summer at Home
Most of us thrive on predictability. We have our jobs which used to include showing up at work, usually outside our home. But now, many of us are working from home. And guess what, many of us have children who are NOT going to the summer camp we planned for them. Instead, they are home.
What can we do to make the most of this situation?
We can take them OUTSIDE! Even if you have a day job, is there a way you can schedule being outside with your kids?
Being outside allows you to expand your energy field. When you’re indoors, your energy field shrinks to fit the size of the room, leaving you feeling constricted and contained. Children may feel this even more than adults, and they may act out or become frustrated.