In a fast-paced world where advancement and innovation become the top priority, we often struggle to find ourselves in a state of peace where joy is easy to achieve. It often leaves us tired, burned out, unhappy, restless, and unsatisfied. Living in a noisy and busy city gets hyped while spending time with nature becomes underrated. Have you taken time to listen to the sound of birds and nature? Do you even try to feel the gentle wind soothing your body?
Our guest today, Sandi Schwartz, Founder & Director of the Ecohappiness Project and an Author will share not just the essence but also how nature relates to your goal of reaching joy and happiness.
Join us in today’s podcast as we unlock the secret of finding joy by spending time with nature.
Sandi Schwartz is the founder and director of the Ecohappiness Project; author of the book Finding Ecohappiness: Fun Nature Activities to Help Your Kids Feel Happier and Calmer; and journalist specializing in environmental and wellness topics. Her work has been featured in The Washington Post, USA Today, National Geographic, Library Journal, Good Housekeeping, Chicken Soup for the Soul, mindbodygreen, and more. Her mission is to help people build a nature habit to feel happier and calmer.
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