July 23

Get Outside For Some Adventure! (Nature video)



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Escape the office! Get away from your desk! Recharge! Today is Friday so it’s a perfect time for the important reminder that we all need to take a break once in a while and get outside for some adventure. Thinking about our careers can be stressful. Whether we’re job hunting, plugging away at our current jobs, trying to find a career or trying to change careers, it can all take a toll on our minds and bodies. Getting away from your routine, escaping your career search and taking a break will actually allow you to get more done. Nature is good for you – it’s the ultimate stress reliever! So take a break and get outside for some adventure! Here’s a little nature video from my latest adventure: hiking through the Inyo National Forest in Mammoth Lakes, CA.

Did you take a break recently? Have an adventure? What helped you to escape and recharge?

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  1. Thanks so much for sharing. I loved taking a virtual break at work to enjoy this inspirational video. As Benjamin Franklin said, “Do not squander time for that is the stuff life is made of.” Especially loved the background music by the very talented Michael Bizar.

  2. Absolutely stunning! What a terrific reminder for all of us leading into the weekend.

  3. Thank you for sharing that gorgeous footage, and for the reminder to take a break and enjoy life. Maybe sometime you could even interview someone who is lucky enough to work outdoors, in nature.

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