This post is a little different today.
Rather than tell you where to go, I’d rather show you some magical places I have found to explore without being drained of energy.
Places that let us go at our own pace, rather than be bustled around by other people or schedules.
These are places that are soft, quiet and gentle places that invigorate without leaving us to deteriorate.
If you have found anywhere else that makes you feel this way, please leave me a comment and share your discoveries!
Visit An Exhibition
Investigate A Historic Site
Browse A Bookshop or the Library
Wander Around A Park
Pack a Picnic
Find a Lookout
Play A Game
Watch The Sun Set
Take A Walk By The Water
Take care and have an adventure, Readers! I’ll keep the light on.
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