Easy! Take a hike. Any chance I get, I go into the woods and do some shinrin-yoku, which is Japanese for forest-bathing.
There are lots of studies published that examine how much healthier we are, in body and soul, when we spend time communing with nature. After all, trees breathe out what we need--oxygen, as we breathe out what they need--carbon dioxide. So it's a totally symbiotic relationship--win-win, both for us, and for the trees. It's part of why going hiking in the woods right after a rain smells so good. The rain clears away any pollution in the air, so you're breathing in fresh oxygen, right from the trees.
I used to tell my kids that the four seasons smell differently in the woods. Spring smells green--almost like you can smell the leaves unfurling, the grass growing green again, the flowers beginning to bud.
Summer smells sweet--the flowers are all blooming, and you walk through clouds of perfume that's natural, not created by someone in a lab, who uses artificial scents.
Autumn smells spicy--the summer flowers are gone, some plants are going to seed, and the spicy smell of the leaves beginning to fall and crunch under your feet lets you know the cold is returning.
Winter smells cold--honestly, when it's that frigid, it's impossible for smells to linger in the frozen air molecules, so you don't smell anything, as much as you feel your nose turning bright red on your face.
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