This might sound like common sense, but apparently walking in the forest is good for you. There's apparently a Japanese practice called "forest bathing", where you just go out in nature not to exercise, hike, jog, etc, but to just be there and appreciate nature through all the senses. It's widely known that being in/relaxing in nature can feel refreshing, but now there's mounting evidence that it is _actually_ good for you, in basically every way. For example, apparently being among greenery can actually improve immune function (among many other health benefits). Another article points to many other study-backed health benefits to being in nature: We all know going outside is healthful, but it's easy to get caught up in regular life and forget to go outdoors. Hope these mounting concrete benefits help convince more people to go enjoy nature more often.