While routines and habits are good at keeping us true to the physical activities we want to do, mixing things up can also help to keep things exciting.
Trying out new adventures with friends and family can also be a great way of finding new active pursuits. Here are a few ideas to help inspire you through the seasons!
Walking is a great activity which is accessible to lots of people, and super healthy. But it is easy to do the same walks again and again. Why not try:
Eating outside is a joy that many of us save for the summer months, but given a dry day it can be the focal point for a great mini-adventure at any time of year.
Whether it’s bluebells in the spring or turning leaves in the autumn, there are many amazing natural events to watch throughout the seasons in the UK which are worth leaving home for. Here are a few:
Wild swimming has grown in popularity over recent years, and for good reason! People who do it find it invigorating and uplifting. Some people continue into the winter months, often wearing wetsuits and woolly hats. If you’re going to start, do think about safety in regard to what to wear, water cleanliness and water safety such as depth and spotting rip tides. This is a useful guide to How to stay safe whilst wild swimming
Stand Up Paddle Boarding has also increased in popularity in the UK enormously. If you’re sensible there’s no reason not to do it in the colder months too. The RNLI have written useful safety guidelines for SUPing.
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