I know the importance of creating an intimate environment that includes Mother Nature during the long winter months of the north. Moreover, I know because I’ve lived in northern climates for most of my life. For instance, during the 1980s, I lived in Anchorage and still carry the Alaskan spirit with me wherever I go. […]
There’s a lot of research that indicates a familiar environment plays an integral role in the healing process involved. For the last few decades, health care facilities have played a big role in the research and implementation of healing, intimate environments.
The most obvious benefit of gardening is the sun. It is a natural mood elevator, loaded with the original Vitamin D. Lack of sunlight might cause Seasonal Affective Disorder in people causing both depression and anxiety so get out there in the sun and relieve your stress, feel better and be relaxed.