Feature Article: The Joy of Outdoor Adventures

by | Nov 18, 2021 | Featured Article | 0 comments

There is no greater adventure than to embark on a journey outdoors, in a world of hunting and fishing, and just enjoying nature’s abundance and majesty.

When we think of outdoor adventures, a lot comes to mind. It could mean mountain climbing, overnight camping, a hike in the woods, a bonfire in an open field at night, river trekking, free diving, a field trip out of town, etc. One denominator for all these activities is the idea of enjoying natural sceneries and nature. We all long for a great outdoor adventure, especially after enduring almost two years of lockdown due to the pandemic. But pandemic or not, embarking on an outdoor trip is essential because we all need to connect with nature and its life energy. However, we can only envy some people like Mike Honeycutt, author of the book World of Hunting and Fishing, who has traveled to all seven continents just to enjoy the beauty and majesty of the wild outdoors.

The pandemic has brought us anxiety, depression, doubt, and even toxicity. We all need great scenery and a reminder of how beautiful our planet is.

Now more than ever, we all need to embark on outdoor trips and other activities. It doesn’t need to be a grand trip outside the country. We only need to find outdoor camping spots, local rivers to trek, mountains to climb, or even a simple overnight bonfire camp just within the city boundaries will do. The goal is to go out and reconnect with nature simply. What makes outdoor adventures fun and feasible is that you don’t have to spend a lot of money. There are no hotel rooms, no airfare, no expensive meals, just cheap and hassle-free bonding with family and friends.

Another great thing about outdoor trips is that you get a chance to see refreshing views that will take off your mind from the stress and pollution of city life. If you happen to be working from home, overnight camping is a good break from the monotonous routine. Outdoor adventure allows us to be worry-free, even for a while.

Outdoor adventures not only help us recuperate from mental stress and emotional anxiety, above all, but they also rejuvenate our energy levels and zest for life.

When was the last time you saw the sunrise? Or touch morning dew? Or saw the ocean waves or the night sky full of stars? Nature has a lot to offer, and only an outdoor adventure or trip allows you to reconnect with the bounty and majesty of nature, which is good for your mind and body.

A morning hike in the mountains, a quick dip in the ocean, and enjoying the fresh green scenery all have health benefits. Walking allows you to exercise and catch some vitamin D from the sunlight. Swimming allows you to exercise your heart and lungs. Seeing the beauty of nature also reminds you that there is more to life than work, watching TV, or spending hours in front of a computer. In a way, outdoor adventure revitalizes our mind, body, and soul. If we do regular quick outdoor adventures, we do ourselves a favor.

Regular outdoor adventures mean regular physical exercise, which is an excellent factor for achieving better sleeping habits. Better sleeping habits then contribute to better concentration, a well-rested body, and more alert consciousness. So you see, outdoor adventures are not only a joyful activity. It is also a form of rejuvenating our body, mind, and soul.

Mike Honeycutt is the author of Mike Honeycutt’s World of Hunting and Fishing and Into the Wild. You can purchase his books via Amazon, or you can visit his official author’s website today!

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