In a time where we spend a significant amount of time worrying about safety, we may avoid spending time with others. This level of seclusion is not good for our mental, physical or emotional health. While spending time with others may not be high on your todo list, consider these 3 outdoor activities where you can commune with your loved ones in a safe environment.
Whether you have a backyard, visit a local park or hold a video call outdoors, consider a picnic to reconnect with some friends. Enjoy your favorite bites and some of your favorite sips from a winery Toronto ON to elevate your activity. This type of event allows you to have distance and still connect with others.
If you are looking to stretch your creative muscles, getting outside to test out your skills as a painter with a friend could be a fun activity. Whether you are a talented artist or if you will just be painting various blobs of hues on a canvas, you can still get outside with your friends, harness some creativity and enjoy their company from a distance.
If you have a local community garden or just a plot of land that you are willing to share, consider fostering new life with your favorite friends by starting a garden. Spending time nurturing the earth and new life can help you cultivate new facets of your relationship with your friends. Being as your garden will require consistent attention, you can create a regular schedule to see one another and tend to separate plots of the garden safely.
During a time where many of us are spending less and less time convening with others, this is an even more important time for us to devote to caring for our community. If you are feeling isolated or stuck, likely others feel similarly and many options can allow you to commune safely. You might just need to be creative.