How does it make you feel to watch the leaves falling?
How often do you experience wonder?
Do you work in a windowless room?
Sometimes the most significant changes start with the smallest tweak.
What does being in nature mean to you?
Stop what you're doing. Breathe. If you have a window, open it.
When's the last time you laughed, really laughed, with your belly?
What will it take to get you to change?
How often do you sit outside in a beautiful place, and wonder?
Do you like helping others?
Go outside. Find a safe place. Are you comfortable? Look up.
Have you heard of forest bathing (shinrin yoku)?
Have you ever stood between two trees?
Have you ever touched Lichen?
How much time do you spend on your electronic devices?
Ever thought about working outdoors?
Breathe. Just breathe.
Ever felt the earth, really felt the earth beneath your feet, while walking?
Ever wonder how to be more positive?
Ever thought of spending 20 minutes with a tree?
Ever wonder why you feel more focused and refreshed after going for a walk?
Ever noticed that clouds move?
Tired of doing the same old thing again and again and getting the same results?
Ever stop to think for a moment how much you enjoy what you do?
Do you want to find ways to feel less stressed?
When's the last time you helped yourself?
When's the last time you lay on the grass under a tree canopy, looking up?
How much fun do you have?
How do you feel when you're outside?
When's the last time you stared, really stared at a tree?
Feeling rushed all the time?
Are your meetings always indoors?
Do you take walks during lunch? Do you have time for lunch?
Have you ever smelled Pine-needles or the bark of a pine tree?
Ever thought about asking your counselor for a nature prescription?
Ever wondered why it's good for you to spend time outdoors?
Why do we do what we do? Is it simply a routine?
Has anybody at work ever asked you what they can do to help you?
What does it mean to have a meaningful relationship with a tree?
Feeling like there's never enough time to do all the things that you need to do?
How does it make you feel to be in that special place, outside?
Ever wonder why you don't spend more time outside?
Ever placed your hands on the trunk of a tree?
How often do you watch the leaves fall from the trees or rustle in the breeze?
Has anyone at work ever really asked you how you're doing?
Do you wonder what kinds of changes you can make to your daily routine?
Ever thought about working more outdoors?
Ever thought about writing a nature prescription?
Ever think about running through a meadow?
Listen. Smell. Feel. Sense. Engage your heart and notice your mind slowing down.
When's the last time you sat by a stream, a river, a lake, a pond, a puddle?
Have you ever stood under a tree canopy?
Looking for something different?
You've probably heard of the food pyramid. What about the nature pyramid?
Has your doctor ever talked to you about spending time outdoors?
Do you take a walk every day, just to take a walk?
The most important first step to saving the planet is to go outside.
Ever asked your health care provider to prescribe time outdoors?
What can I do to help the planet?
Have you ever tried a nature therapy walk?
How often do you play outdoors? How much fun do you have?
Is having fun outdoors part of your life?
Where do you feel safe and comfortable... outside?
When's the last time you listened to a bird sing?
Are there moments when you don't think about everything you have to do?
What is the blue effect?
Ever wondered why you feel better after playing outside?
How many times during an average work day, do you go outside to breathe?
How does it make you feel to make snow angels?
Ever thought about counseling or being counseled in a slightly different way?
What is a nature prescription? Is it the same thing as a nature script?
Ever wondered why everybody's talking about nature and health?
When's the last time you sat near a body of water?
Find a tree. Lie down. Look up. What do you see?
Ever thought about how you can do it better?
Ever wonder what it must feel like to fly with your wings outstretched?
Ever thought about the Grandness of a tree?
Where are the wonders of the day?
Ever taken a walk outdoors with your doctor, therapist, or counselor?